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Yuma Conservation Garden

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Desert Plants!

I was amazed at the number of plants that were displayed. I was a little disappointed that most of... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2016
Michelle H
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Spruce Grove, Canada
A good place for some picture taking

There is not much more I can add to the previous review. It's open on weekends and it's really nice... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2015
WilsonKonaMe
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Yuma, Arizona
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6 Mar 2017
“Disappointing.”
10 Jun 2016
“Looked abandoned”
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2520 E 32nd St, Yuma, AZ 85365-3611
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Reviewed 6 March 2017

Not at all well maintained. Back part of the gardens actually looked like they were used as a junkyard. Kept thinking, "this could be so nice - why don't they get a bunch of volunteers and clean it up and spruce it up?"

Thank TwoInLove64
Reviewed 11 June 2016

I went there on a Friday in early June, no access to the fairgrounds parking lot or to this place, which looked like a teeny oasis amidst a desolated parking lot.

Thank ChiefMarcusJ
Reviewed 27 March 2016

The Conservation Garden (once just known as the Duck Ponds) at the fairgrounds, is always a good spot to just pull off with young kids to visit the fowl and take in some sights of the landing aircraft at MCAS. It will be loud, rest...More

Thank Charles C
Reviewed 24 March 2016

I was pleasantly surprised how much this garden had to offer. There were tons of gorgeous desert plants and paths to walk around. They even stayed open late and allowed my fiance and I to take our wedding photos there. We had the whole place...More

1  Thank Clinton K
Reviewed 25 January 2016

I was amazed at the number of plants that were displayed. I was a little disappointed that most of the plants were not labelled so I would know what they were. The garden is run by volunteers so do not expect a professional look. I...More

Thank Michelle H
Reviewed 28 November 2015 via mobile

There is not much more I can add to the previous review. It's open on weekends and it's really nice for school kids to tour. You can spend some time feeding and taking pictures at the duck pond and just to the west, there is...More

1  Thank WilsonKonaMe
Reviewed 23 February 2015

There is no entrance fee to this Sonoran desert experience. There are about 1.5 miles of trails winding thru this garden with many of the native Sonoran cactus's and plants. Species of plants are marked for easy ID. This is also an education center, so...More

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