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Ordway Park

Overview

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

Maps

 

Other maps and aerial photos:
Bing Maps bird’s-eye view
Newton Assessor

Trail Map

Ordway Park Map
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GPS Enabled Trail Map

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Owner & Administrator Websites

Owned by the Newton Conservators

Photo Gallery

History

1971

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

1976

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

Features

Woods Trail
 

Additional Information

Newton Assessor’s Map ID: 61029 0016A

Ordway Park Renewal

Ordway Park Updates (2004)