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Hands on Gardening!

Demonstration gardens serve as a community resource to demonstrate, test, learn and enjoy gardening in its many forms in our unique climate and soils.  Each of the Lincoln County demo gardens are supported by Master Gardener volunteers and are funded entirely by donations from individuals, organizations, and local businesses.  The gardens are free and open to the public on designated days and times. We invite you to visit a garden, take a stroll, eat lunch, … and talk gardening!

The Goals of the Demonstration Garden

  • Demonstrate various types of locally suitable trees, shrubs, and other plants and their uses in home landscapes and gardens.

  • Raise public awareness of sound gardening practices through teaching, testing and demonstration.

  • Provide a place of beauty and tranquility for garden visitors of all ages.

Lincoln City Demo Garden

On the North Campus of Oregon Coast Community College

3788 SE High School Drive, Lincoln City


Located at OCCC North Campus, the Lincoln City Demonstration Garden was established in 2010. It is a Certified Wildlife Habitat featuring native plants, a Keyhole Garden with a centralized composter, culinary garden and plants selected to provide habitat for the endangered Oregon Silverspot Butterfly . In 2023 the garden welcomed a 5 bed Community Garden, “Juntos en el Jardín” and a established wheelchair bed which offers access to more people.  The garden is open from dawn to dusk and is located off the north end of the Oregon Coast Community College north campus at 3788 SE Highschool Drive, Lincoln City.

South Beach Demo Garden

400 SE College Way, South Beach

Located at OCCC South Campus, the garden has a greenhouse with solar power panels, water collection system, composting area, rock garden, raised beds for vegetables and herbs, and a tomato cloche.  

Waldport Demo Garden 
(Under construction)

Located at the OCCC Waldport campus, this new demo garden is currently under construction.  When finished it will contain garden beds, rainwater catchment system, and a fruit orchard.  

The tentative opening date is June 2024.

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