We are so happy that we will be able to have our Keyport GardenWalk Live and via Virtual GardenWalk....and as always, GardenWalk and our GardenTalks are FREE!
Pick up your map at the Gazebo at Waterfront Park, American Legion Drive between
11:00 and 3:00 PM
As in prior years, we welcome you to stroll around various public and private gardens and enjoy the views of the Raritan Bay and our flowers and gardens.
Our 2022 Keyport GardenTalk presentations will be held in the Borough Hall, Saturday June 4th and Sunday June 5th. Click here for the Seminar details. These are also FREE events.
For those of you who can't attend in person this year, this link will take you to all of the new garden videos for this year. Note that we only created a video for a garden that was not on a previous Virtual GardenWalk. Take the 2022 Virtual GardenWalk tour.
Please enjoy the 2020 and 2021 gardens via our virtual Garden Walk videos. The gardens will be in-person tours this year.
Keyport GardenWalk has always been a unique, free opportunity to enjoy and explore the public and private gardens of this charming town on the Raritan Bay. First started in 2012, Keyport GardenWalk has quickly grown to be a top tourist attraction for the historic borough of Keyport attracting thousands of visitors. We can't wait to welcome you again to our wonderful Bayshore town.
You will discover perennial gardens in charming neighborhoods, learn about the environmentally beneficial rain gardens along Keyport's magnificent waterfront, and hear from marvelous gardeners as they offer you a tour. The welcoming spirit of Keyport GardenWalk remains!
We hope the thousands of visitors who joined us for Keyport GardenWalk 2019 and Virtual GardenWalks in 2020 and 2021 will join us again this year.
The 2021 Virtual Keyport GardenWalk has been available via this website all year. Check out the 2021 gardens now.
The 2020 Virtual Keyport GardenWalk has been available via this website all year. Check out the 2020 gardens now.
Keyport GardenWalk is one of many endeavors of the Keyport Garden Club, a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization.