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Bill and Dawn Loney

504156 Grey Road 1 

Georgian Bluffs, Ontario N0H 2T0 

519·534·1090

keppelcroft@gmail.com 

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©2019 Keppel Croft Gardens. Created by Dawn and Margaret Loney

Last Updated November 2019

Frequently Asked
Questions

Accessibility

Is the garden family friendly?

Yes! There is lots to explore! Please keep children with you at all times, especially near water. Please no running or climbing in the garden.

Is the garden wheelchair accessible?

The main lawns of the garden and the nature trail are wheelchair accessible. 

I am able to walk but unsteady. Can I still enjoy the garden?

Yes although please take care. The stonework and lawns can be uneven. You are welcome to borrow one of our walking sticks.

Visiting

When are you open?

10 am to 5 pm

Wednesday to Sunday and Holiday Mondays 

 

May to October

What is the cost of admission?

Admission is by suggested $5 donation.

 

Season passes are available. 

Is there parking?

Yes. We have a large parking lot. It can accommodate buses and RVs.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes! Please keep your dog on a short lead and do not allow it to urinate on the plants in the garden.

Is there a bathroom?

Yes! There is a magnificent outhouse in the garden.

Where can I find a map of the garden?

Here is a map for before your visit. Paper maps are available at the garden with your donation.

Can I bring a picnic?

Yes! Please do! There are lots of beautiful spots to picnic in the garden and beyond.

What if it rains?

We have umbrellas that you are welcome to borrow.

The Garden

How old is the garden?

It varies. Some of the gardens are 40 years old, some are 4 minutes!

How large is the garden?

The garden is about four acres of our 76 acre farm. 

When did you come here? 

We bought the farm in 1977. There was no garden so we began one close to the house.

Who helps maintain the garden?

Bill and Dawn are full-time gardeners and appreciate the help of the volunteers and wwoofers. 

Who are the Green Thumbers?

The Green Thumbers are a group of volunteers who work for two hours in the garden every Wednesday morning.

What is a wwoofer?