The park has two large open grass areas for a drop in gathering of friends to picnic or for a game of frisbee, three different playgrounds and sets of restrooms, a large Rhododendron garden with viewing points, a softball/baseball field for 60-, 65-, and 70-foot play, four lit tennis courts, a large horseshoes area, …
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Rose Garden in Salem Oregon?
What: This compact rose garden next to Bush House Museum features two collections, the hybrid tea and floribunda roses and the tarter old rose collection. It also includes a picture-perfect gazebo. The garden is free and open year round. Where: West of the Bush House Museum at 600 Mission St. SE, Salem
Where are the rhododendrons in Salem Oregon?
What: Paths meander through a hillside at Bush's Pasture Park featuring about 130 varieties of rhododendrons and azaleas, as well as 300-plus varieties of companion plants. Where: South end of Bush’s Pasture Park, just north of the intersection of Leffelle and Winter streets
Where is the white gazebo in Salem Oregon?
The gazebo is located off Bush Street, between High Street and the Bush Museum, and is a beautiful location solely for weddings. The small, white gazebo sits among hundreds of beautiful rose bushes!
When is the Salem Oregon gardens open to the public?
Guided tours happen at 10:30 a.m. the fourth Saturday of the month March through September. Best time to go: The garden is only open to the public March through September. April and May are especially beautiful because of the flowering shrubs such as the camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas.