Madison Isthmus

CDA Triangle Gardens
601 Bayview Triangle
City of Madison CDA (Community Development Authority) provides residents of the Triangle Neighborhood access to garden plots. If you are a resident of the Triangle Neighborhood and would like to learn more about getting a garden plot, please contact CDA staff at

Brittingham Park
In Brittingham Park next to the playground between the Park View Apartments and the bike path.
Approximately 28 plots that are 10×20 feet in area each. For more information contact Tom Wilson at or (608) 509-4665.

City Row Apartments
626 E. Johnson St., behind the apartment complex.
City Row Apartments offers 24 raised garden beds for use by residents of City Row Apartments only. Residents may sign up for a plot at any time, though they usually first have to join a waiting list. For more information about these spaces, contact (608) 250-2551.

Crowley Station
201 S. Hancock Street, at the corner of E. Wilson.
Crowley Station is a garden centrally located in downtown Madison with a view of Lake Monona. It’s a collection of raised beds on top of the concrete platform that surrounds city well #17.  Plots are available in two sizes and are smaller than at many other gardens, which makes it the perfect location for new gardeners and busy downtowners. One plot is used as an educational space, with the harvest donated to the Grace Episcopal Church Food Pantry. For more information, visit the website or email

634 East Mifflin Street, between Blount and Blair Streets.
Reynolds Homestead Community Garden is a very small garden with twenty-six 8’x10′ plots, 1 wheelchair-accessible raised bed and strict maintenance rules due to its nestled urban setting. For more information or to register, contact Steve Maerz at

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