RVCA Native Gardens & Landscaping



Come visit the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority's LEED property at Beryl Gaffney Park near Manotick.

You can find many native plants used to landscape the Conservation Centre.  The landscaping includes a water feature at the front of the building and a stormwater pond at the back of the building.  It's a great area to explore!


There will be bilingual signage and a handout with species list at the front entrance and at the stormwater pond.

ACCESS/PARKING

Free Car parking on site

Bike Racks on site

Bus Route to Manotick is a commuter bus service only and there is no service on the weekends.  Bus drop off requires a walk to the office on a busy road. Contact OC Transpo for more information on near-by routes and schedules.


SCHEDULE
Friday June 19th:
RVCA staff will be on hand between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm for guided tours on Friday at the office with access to the Landowner Resource Centre.  Please ask at the front desk for a tour.  Bilingual signage and brochures will be available.
Saturday June 20th:
Self-guided tours of the gardens. Bilingual signage and brochures will be available. Access to Beryl Gaffney Park trails nearby.
Sunday June 21st:
Self-guided tours of the gardens. Bilingual signage and brochures will be available. Access to Beryl Gaffney Park trails nearby.

Link: RVCA website
Address: 3889 Rideau Valley Drive (corner of Prince of Wales & Rideau Valley Drive), near Manotick
Building Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Contact Andrea Klymko at (613) 692 3571 ext, 1173 or send an email to andrea (dot) klymko (at) rvca (dot) ca for further information.