An organic vegetable community garden

PLANT, TOOL & BOOK SALE - To Support the Goat Fund
May 24 10 AM to 2 PM
Garden Parking lot

Donated tools can be placed on the BCGA half-plot by the truck gate this week (where the two wheelbarrows are stored). Please pull the tarp over them to keep them dry. Books can be put in the waterproof tub. Please bring plants to the garden by 9:00 a.m. on the morning of the sale - please do not leave them on the half-plot with the tools and books.

Plots for 2014 are now available

Plots are rented to new gardeners on a first come, first served basis.
Call 634-4433 or 576-2664

Run By The Gardeners For 28 Years

2014 Plot Fees

Full Plot20?x 40?/td>$120.00
Half Plot20?x 20?/td>$75.00

The Charmaine Nymann Community Garden is located in beautiful Bear Creek Regional Park, on the west side of Colorado Springs.

The oldest community garden in the Pikes Peak Region, with some of the best amended soil anywhere.

Gardeners, upon renting a plot, become members of the Bear Creek Garden Association (BCGA), a Colorado non-profit corporation, which runs the garden under a land-use agreement with El Paso County.

The garden was a community garden for 10 years before the BCGA assumed management responsibilities. The property was previously a county-run poor farm, and was gardened and farmed as early as 1900.
Read the full History.

Bear Creek Garden Association, P.O. Box 38326 Colorado Springs, CO 80937
Phone: 719 634-4433 or 719 576-2664, E-mail address:
Last Update:12 April 2014 ?Bear Creek Garden Association. All Rights Reserved. 2014
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