UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, KOHAN GARDEN VISITORS MUST FOLLOW ALL CURRENTLY MANDATED COVID-19 SOCIAL DISTANCING & SAFETY MEASURES
The Kohan Garden is open to the public throughout the year. Admission is free but donations are accepted for ongoing maintenance and improvements.
VISITOR ETIQUETTE AND SAFETY
- The Garden is always open and accessible to all visitors but at times arts events, weddings or memorials take place on the site — please respect these events while touring the Garden.
- No Bicycles. No Smoking. No Camping. No amplified music (except booked events).
- Dogs must be on leash at all times and please pick up after your dog (bags are available inside the entrance gate).
- Washroom facilities are located in Centennial Park.
- Please respect the garden during your visit — stay on pathways and treat the plants and trees with care.
- All garbage, food stuffs and attractants must be removed from the Garden and disposed of in a bear-proof garbage container. Garbage bins are located in the RV Park.
- If a visitor encounters a dangerous animal in the Garden, they must leave immediately and report the encounter to the Village of New Denver and Conservation Officer, or RCMP if appropriate.
- Emergency vehicles and personnel will find access from First Ave., Josephine St., or the RV Park.
Directory signage at the Hwy. 6 pull-out was created with the assistance of the Village of New Denver.
A large wooden sign is located outside of the Garden on First Ave.
An interpretive sign, installed in 2019, explains the importance of the riparian zone located along Slocan Lake, the southern border of the Garden.
Brochures are available at the campground, the New Denver Visitor Centre, the Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre and other regional attractions.