Celebration Tree Grove

White Rock Lake’s Celebration Tree Grove honors, celebrates, and remembers loved ones by contributing to reforesting White Rock Lake Park.

Reforesting White Rock Lake Park with Love

Located at the northeast edge of White Rock Lake Park, the Celebration Tree Grove’s trees surround a network of pathways near East Lawther and Poppy Drive. Beneath a canopy of new trees, stone structures host bronze plaques of remembrance. These plaques honor Lake Lovers past, present, and future. Mature trees surround the pathways. Butterflies flutter by in the garden and its benches while park visitors enjoy the tranquility of the Grove.

Marci Novak brought the vision of the Celebration Tree Grove to For the Love of the Lake. Her mission (and ours) is to honor, remember, and celebrate friends and loved ones by planting and maintaining trees at White Rock Lake Park.

The City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department shares the vision and supports the Celebration Tree Grove with ongoing stewardship of all the trees at White Rock Lake Park including the trees of the Celebration Tree Grove

For the Love of the Lake continues to fulfill it’s mission by preserving, enhancing White Rock Lake Park with this natural sanctuary dedicated to the people of Dallas. We are devoted to reforesting of our urban oasis in the heart of Dallas.

Commemorate Your Loved Ones by Reforesting White Rock Lake Park

When you donate to the Celebration Tree Grove you support For the Love of the Lake’s efforts to preserve the Grove and its structures for the enjoyment of all who visit it. Donations $1000 or more are commemorated with a Bronze plaque installed in the stone monuments at the Grove Plaza.

Celebration Tree Grove White Rock Lake Reforesting East Dallas

The Celebration Tree Grove provides a lasting legacy to commemorate

Bar Mitzvahs
Civic Groups
Scout Troops
Tree Huggers
Lake Lovers
Local Businesses

A tax-deductible donation of any amount may be made to the Celebration Tree Grove however, donations of $1000 or more are recognized in cast bronze plaques installed on stone monuments in the Celebration Tree Grove plaza.