This 1-acre garden was once home to a barren field of Reed Canary Grass. A highly invasive plant that spreads quickly and is not native to the area. After years of planning and planting the garden is in full-bloom of native plants. At the heart of the garden sits a replicated Ojibwe Indian village. The garden represents plants of long ago the Ojibwe traditionally used, use today, and reflects the native plant life of Voyageurs National Park. There is a 1/4 mile accessible trail through the garden.
Walking, Junior Ranger Garden Explorer booklet, interpretive waysides, plant markers, resting on benches, and history relived through the reproduction of an Ojibwe Indian village.
Year-round but best viewed in from mid- May through September.
1/4-mile accessible trail.
Pet Friendly Notes
All pets must be leashed and attended to at all times while in the garden.