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Will Rogers Gardens

Will Rogers Gardens

The historic Will Rogers Gardens is located within one of Oklahoma City’s oldest parks.

The park and Gardens were originally named Northwest Park since the park was located along the northwest corner of the Grand Boulevard loop, which was the City’s original outer transportation route. It was renamed in 1936 to honor humorist Will Rogers, one of Oklahoma’s favorite sons.

Volunteer Opportunities

Do you have a green thumb or love to spend time in the garden? Then ask about the many ways you or your group can assist with beautification efforts at the Will Rogers Gardens. This specialty garden welcomes gardening enthusiasts of all ages and ability levels for planting and other outdoor projects, including individuals working on their Master Gardener certification. Call (405) 297-1392 for more information.

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