Ordway Park


This small park is a natural woodland garden. Its extensive array of tree and shrub species include American beech, dogwood, flowering quince, fringe-tree, mock orange, mountain ash, shad bush, viburnum, witch hazel, and yellowwood. It is maintained by volunteers from the Newton Conservators.


Size: 0.5 acres    Longest Walk: 0.1 miles    Acquired: 1971



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Owned by the Newton Conservators

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The land was willed to the Newton Conservators by Priscilla Ordway.


The park was opened to the public following a dedication ceremony.


Farm or Garden, MBTA Green Line, Woods Trail

Additional Information

Newton Assessor’s Map ID: 61029 0016A