Cooley Garden was designed by landscape architect Edward H. Laird, with the typical geometric art style of the 1930s. The garden was temporarily accepted, but decayed when the surrounding houses deteriorated and I-496 separated the garden from the urban area. In the 1980s, the garden became more artisanal in style, with more flowers and resurrection.
Cooley Gardens is an irresistible place for garden lovers. It is also a beautiful wedding hall with pavilions, benches and picnic tables.
It is also a good idea to take a walk during the break between sporting events.