Over 700 acres of wild and cultivated beauty awaits you here!
Originally designed and opened to the public in 1956 by oil and gas businessman A. J. Hodges, Sr., the site’s gardens consist of a variety of plants and flowers, from formal rose gardens to a natural garden.
Hiking, equestrian and cycling trails invite visitors to enjoy nature in its original state. There is a 225 acre lake and, to better enjoy it, you can rent a boat, canoe, kayak, or paddleboat. Bring your fishing rod and see what you catch in the lake, too!
Find out about Hodges Gardens’ Bluebird Trail – HERE