Located in southeast Alabama, at 5130 Headland Avenue, just off U.S. Highway 431 between Dothan and Headland – the DABG seeks to preserve the native plants of the area in an attractive balance with traditional botanical garden elements.
The Story Behind The Dothan Area Botanical Gardens
Most Garden areas are accessible to visitors with disabilities and Group Tours are available by reservation. Please allow at least two days notice for any tours.
Picnic tables are available free of charge. However, since trash receptacles are not readily available throughout the Gardens, we ask that all visitors please take their trash with them when they leave.
For the safety and enjoyment of all visitors, and to protect the Gardens, we ask that all visitors please respect the following guidelines:
- The Dothan Area Botanical Gardens is designated as a Smoke-Free facility.
Thank you for not smoking anywhere on the grounds during your visit.
- No swimming, wading, fishing or throwing of any objects into any body of water.
- Bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, and loud music are not permitted.
- Dogs are permitted but we ask that you keep them on a leash at all times.
Plus, please take with you anything that your dog leaves behind.
You can use the navigation bar at the top of this page to explore many of the areas in the DABG, but we hope you’ll stop by and visit us soon… there’s lots to see!
And we would also appreciate it if you would consider becoming a supporting member of the Dothan Area Botanical Gardens by clicking here or by contacting our office for more information.
Once again, thanks for stopping by!
Alabama Garden Trail
Did you know that DABG is one of seven gardens included on the Alabama Garden Trail? We are quite proud to be included as the other gardens are in Mobile, Montgomery, Birmingham, and Huntsville. After visiting DABG, why not visit one of the other beautiful gardens in our state. For more details, see http://alabamagardentrail.com