We recently visited a wonderful park that I can not believe we never heard of this place. Guess you learn something new everyday, and this past weekend we learned about beautiful Deep Cut Gardens. The gardens are part of the Monmouth County Park system.

Deep Cut Gardens is located in Middletown, Monmouth County. Open to the public with beautiful  displays, greenhouses and a horticulture center, with all kinds of information.

Take the family and walk the garden grounds and see beautiful natural displays. Things are beginning to bloom at Deep Cut Gardens, but we will return in Summer to see everything bursting with color.

Be sure to take a trip through the greenhouse at Deep Cut Gardens, it is full of beautiful blooming plants. Everything from cactus to orchids.....there is plenty to see. Bring your camera because there are lots of things to photograph, check my photo gallery below. There are approximately 54 acres of gardens at this park in Middletown, New Jersey.

There are picnic tables, so as weather continues to improve, pack a lunch and experience Deep Cut Gardens. The park is FREE and is an amazing experience. Scroll through my photo gallery below to get an idea of just how amazing this county park is.

Deep Cut Gardens is located at 152 Red Hill Road, Middletown, NJ 07748
For more information call the Deep Cut Gardens Horticultural Center at 732-671-6050.

 

 

 

Deep Cut Gardens Middletown New Jersey

Trip to Deep Cut Gardens in Middletown, NJ

 

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