Find a Garden with Denver Urban Gardens
There are more than 150 active community gardens in the Denver Urban Gardens network. With the exception of a small number of gardens that serve specific communities, DUG community gardens are open to the public.
- Plot availability: Our volunteer garden leaders are currently determining which community gardeners are returning, and how many plots they will have available for the coming season. When they report to us that their community garden is full for the 2016 season, we will update the garden map found here, as well as the individual garden page, to indicate that the garden is full for the season.
- Joining a community garden: To join a DUG community garden, call or email us with the name of the community garden you’re interested in, and we will give you the contact information for the volunteer garden leader that handles membership at that particular garden. Depending on plot availability, the garden leader will either confirm that you have a plot, or add you to the waitlist if the garden is full for the season. In the off season and in early spring, the garden leader may still be waiting to hear from past gardeners and may not yet know if they will have available plots. In that case, they will add your name to the waitlist and contact you if a plot becomes available. Click here to learn more about joining a garden.
Prefer a map? Click here to see a map of our community gardens!