Community Gardens

The goal of the Red Wing Community Gardens is to provide an area for individuals and families to grow a garden, to build and nurture community friendships, and to share and grow gardening skills. What you grow in your garden plot is yours to keep.

Spring Creek Community Gardens

Spring Creek Community Gardens is located one mile south of Highway 61 on Spring Creek Avenue. The Featherstone Park garden can be accessed off of West Maple Avenue. A single garden plot is 20 by 20 feet.

Community Garden

Gardeners from one year will have first opportunity to continue their gardens the following year in their same plot. Their plot will be reserved for them as soon as payment for 2020 is received.


Master Gardeners and others will offer organic gardening seminars throughout the gardening season. This information will be designed to help everyone work smarter, not harder, to grow the most bounty for your work, as well as develop a sense of community among all gardeners. The seminars will be open to everyone. We hope you have a great gardening season!

Hold Harmless Waiver

Each year, a "Contract and Hold Harmless Waiver (PDF)" must be signed between the City of Red Wing and anyone wishing to have a Community Garden plot. The waiver is part of the contract packet. This packet contains complete information regarding all aspects of Red Wing's Community Gardens, including pricing details, plot sizes, etc.

Contact Us

If you would like to speak with someone in the City regarding the Community Gardens, please email Patrick Ramaker or call him at 651-385-3690.