Leslie's Garden Sign

Dillon’s Community Garden is located at the corner of Lake Dillon Drive and Tenderfoot Street behind the Summit Stage bus stop. Phase I has 24 raised garden beds measuring 4’ x 8’ along with berms of flower clipping gardens.

The Community Garden is a partnership between the Town of Dillon and non-profit High Country Conservation Center (HC3). The garden was built mostly by volunteers, and it is anticipated the garden will be self-sustaining through community participation.

             Gardens Planted












Friday August 3rd 2018, WIC had an opportunity to talk about community gardens in Summit County and the Grow-to-Share program for a brief spot on CBS. If you have a minute, check it out:


The Ribbon Cutting to officially open Leslie's Garden and recognize Mr. Stair for his generous donations was July 5th 2018.


Leslie's Garden Steering Committee:

Meghan Layfield – President    

Linda Oliver – Events Coordinator  

Gaylyn Meyers – Volunteer Coordinator

Jo-Anne Tyson - Treasurer

If you are interested in getting on the waiting list for a garden plot, click on this link to be directed to High Country Conservation Center's website to access the application and corresponding documents. 

Additional information about Dillon’s Community Gardens can be found here.