Cape Cod Horticultural Society
at 
Armstrong-Kelley Park 

              Where Memories Bloom Forever

 

Armstrong-Kelley Park at 675 Main Street in Osterville, MA is owned and operated by the Cape Cod Horticultural Society.   The CCHS is a non-profit #501 (c) (3) organization.The society was established in 1928 and the land was given by generous patrons to the society in 1930. Cape Cod’s oldest and largest (8.5 acres) privately owned park open free to the public. Leashed pets welcome.
 
 
Over its 89 + years of history, Armstrong-Kelley has been building a greenspace for the residents of Osterville and the general public to enjoy. Come visit our 30 rare and unusual trees, as well as our trails, shady walkways, and specialty gardens.  There are currently 1,400+ memorial boards encircling the Park. 
 
 
Park Features include:
 
• Franklinia tree, virtually unknown in the wild
  
• 250 rhododendron
 
• Umbrella &big leaf magnolias, Japanese cedars, & stewartia
 
• A holly dell
 
• The John Folk Water garden
 
• Wetland, Woodland, Monge, and Buddy Place  walkways with over 1,400 donated boards

  
• Seven hillside trails & Heath Hillside

• Liam’s train and Liam’s View
 
• Garden of verses

• 
Buddy's Place-Pet Memorial Garden within Buddy's Walkway


  

There are picnic tables and benches scattered throughout the acreage. 

We have a special place in our hearts for children of all ages.  We love it when families come to the Park.  We are committed to making the Park kid friendly and offer educational activities throughout the year.
 

We are happy to allow people to reserve the park for a private function and we ask for a donation for use of the property.  If you are interested, click on "use of the park" on the left. When you reserve the park we close it to all other visitors for your exclusive use and privacy.  We can accommodate small parties up to ~100 guests. 

Pets are welcome at the Park provided they are leashed and owners provide and use pet disposal bags.  We love good dogs, not "bad ones." 

The park is open to the public from dawn to dusk throughout the year. 








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Looking Ahead
Our BIG 90th Birthday party is approaching.  Osterville Village Day is Saturday, July 21.  

Storywalk   9:00
Micro Field Day 10:00
Parade Float 1:00
Cupcakes and Fun 3:00


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Other   News   at   AKP
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At the annual meeting last May, elections were held.  Thanks Larry Evans for 14+ years of dedication to the care and tending of the gardens and lawns at AKP! Larry will remain President Emeritus. 

Deirdre Dow-Chase was elected President.  Joining the Board for the first time is Dan Gallagher as Member at large. 



    

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Our Newest Garden
This area includes a Weeping Alaska Cedar, Bobo Hydrangea, and double-pink Knockout Roses.  It's located on the Park Green and is a nice backdrop for wedding ceremonies and other special events.


This was how it looked right after planting. You should see it now!  


      

    
       








 
   
    

 



 





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