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If they clean up the area more like the brush grass it might also help keep all those bugs at bay and keep a area where you can wash hands. Kids will get dirty so bring extra clothing buhs spray and wipe or bottle water...More
We came to boxer wood gardens as a side trip and enjoyed walking the trails and through fields. My collie had fun romping in the field; we were the only ones there.
There's a cool fairy village and a garden of wild flowers ....nothing really...More
Boxer, refer to the Boxer dogs, that Dr. Munger had, when he owned the place. Not the plants. Just a fun little tidbit KB, the garden steward, told us. We were so lucky to meet her and get a private tour, when we visited. She...More
The Boxerwood Gardens Park is a magical place for families with small children...delightful areas present kids with opportunities to interact and play in a natural setting. They may get a little dirty or wet playing with the water pump or crawling though tunnels...so wear old...More
We needed a new outdoor place to take a few posed photos of our son in his VMI uniform. We found the Boxerwood Garden to be the perfect place to take a leisurely walk and we found plenty of places to take posed photos. Being...More
Came here on New Year's eve with my husband. Despite the fact that it's winter, it was still a beautiful ramble for us. It is a sort of confusing site. There's signage, but it's not always easy to find and the main building was closed...More
So many little natural details to see! Fun for the kids and relaxing for the young at heart. Dig deep to find the gems... the best of nature is hidden in the understory. When there during the summer be sure to check the local schedule,...More