Eastville Corrections Garden

Established by a Boy Scout group, the Master Gardeners began maintenance when they ceased. Located between the Northampton County office building and the Eastville Inn, the garden’s delightful mix of flowers, shrubs and herbs is much appreciated by the many visitors to the courthouse complex, as well as by those who work there.

Volunteers maintain the garden on an “as needed” schedule Tuesday mornings.

16404 Courthouse Road, Eastville, VA 23347 *

* Eastville Corrections Garden is a private garden and not open to the general public.

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