Parking - Street parking
- Two designated parking spaces
- Paved pathway to the garden loop
- Garen loop is fully paved and includes seating areas for companions
Play Area - located in Ed Benedict Park - Engineered mulch surface
- Ramp into play area
Play Equipment - located in Ed Benedict Park - Transfer station
- Sensory play elements
Other Amenities - Accessible restroom - located in Ed Benedict Park
- Accessible picnic area - located in Ed Benedict Park
Located in the southeast corner of Ed Benedict Park, this garden is especially designed for people with Alzheimer's disease and other memory problems: the site is relatively flat and is away from other park activity and significant traffic noise. The garden was dedicated in May 2002 and is one of eight memory gardens in the U.S., and one of only two built on public land. The garden is a national demonstration garden project, created as part of the 100 Parks, 100 Years centennial celebration of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
This project was a collaborative effort among the Oregon-Greater Idaho Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, American Society of Landscape Architects, Center of Design for an Aging Society, Portland State University/School of Urban Studies & Planning, Legacy Health Systems, and Portland Parks & Recreation.