Town Gardens Maintained by the Club

The Chatham Garden Club, with support from the Town Park and Recreation Department, designs and maintains 10 gardens.  They vary in size from window boxes at the Town Hall on Main St. to the extensive gardens bordering the Oyster Pond.  Members volunteer their time and effort every two weeks throughout the summer, with major clean-ups in the Spring and Fall.  

Atwood House

The garden at the Atwood House on Stage Harbor Road highlight herbs that may have been commonly grown in colonial gardens.

Sear's Park Garden

The Sears Park garden is located in the center of town.  It is the site of the Civil War Memorial.  The club is currently working on a complete renovation of this garden.

Triangle Garden

The Triangle garden is located at the intersection of Old Queen Anne Road and Training Field Road.  Milkweed and coreopsis fill it with color throughout the summer.

Ryder's Cove

Ryder's Cove garden greets visitors coming to Chatham from the Lower Cape.  Happy Returns daylilies line the split rail fence.

Oyster Pond Demonstration

This garden showcases plants that require no fertilization and minimal irrigation. 

Click here for more info.

Memorial Garden

The VFW Memorial is the focal point of this garden.  A bricked courtyard is surrounded by Chicago Lustre Viburnums which provide a secluded spot for reflection.

Town Office Window Boxes 

The window boxes at the Chatham Town Offices are designed and maintained seasonally, adding to the Main St. charm.

Chatham Lighthouse Gardens

Two gardens located within the Coast Guard property – the patriotic gardens often showcase red, white and blue flowers placed within the existing perennials.  Must have permission and attend with a CGC member to visit gardens. If you have an interest and want to be assigned a GCG member, we will be delighted to show you! (Please do not visit unattended as a new member.)

Chatham Fish Pier

 The Chatham Garden Club maintains six large pots filled with annuals leading to the Fish Pier.

Chase Park

Located on Cross Street only a short distance from downtown.  The garden has a mixture of perennials and seasonal annuals.  Roses and small hydrangeas are the foundation for many brightly colored flowers.  Perfect park for a relaxing stroll.