Come stroll through Lendonwood Gardens, an eight-acre botanical garden near Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Shady pathways meander through more than 1,200 different types of plants, including an amazing collection of rhododendrons, many varieties of daylilies, and several varieties of dogwoods.
The annual candlelight ceremony will be held at the Angel of Hope statue in Lendonwood Gardens on Tuesday, December 6, at 7 p.m. to remember lost loved ones, especially children. The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which will take place at the base of the statue, located on the western side of botanical garden. (PDF)
Lendonwood Gardens launched its 2016 membership drive, inviting area residents to join at whatever level suits them. Members gain unlimited visits and other benefits from their support of the eight-acre botanical garden in Grove. Membership Form (PDF).
Lendonwood has something to offer in every season, but spring brings breathtaking vistas of colorful azaleas, rhododendrons, peonies and more. Come see!
Lendonwood is home to the Oklahoma Garden, featuring “Oklahoma Proven” plantings as identified by Oklahoma State University. These are plants that thrive in our unpredictable climate.
Lendonwood features seven distinct gardens, each with a theme and atmosphere all its own.
Guided tours are available upon request. Groups wishing to schedule a tour should call 918-786-2938 for more information.
Much of the garden is accessible to people with disabilities. Several hardscaped pathways wind among flower beds and garden highlights, such as the Oklahoma Garden, Azalea Garden, and more. Work continues on adding new paved pathways every year.
In addition, for those needing a little more assistance, free golf-cart transportation is available when reserved one week in advance. Call 918-786-2938 to arrange for the cart and services of a Lendonwood driver. The cart holds up to four people, including the driver.
1308 West 13th St., Grove, OK 74345
Telephone: (918) 786-2938
Open year-round during daylight hours.
Maps and information for self-guided
tours are available inside the
entrance at the gatehouse.
Adults: $5, Students: $3
Members & 12 or under: Free