Historical Frisco Park celebrates the
colorful transportation history of
Rogers from Butterfield Stage Coach Line
through Frisco Railroad. This park also
celebrated the marriage of Will Rogers
to Betty Blake which took place two
blocks east of this park. The park has
public restrooms, drinking fountain,
j-playground, pavilion, benches and
picnic tables, all are ADA accessible.
The park also has a historical clock and
is the beginning of the Frisco
Historical Trail, ¾ mile in length that
connects downtown Rogers to Frisco and
Diamond Spring and historical Lake
Atalanta. The bottom half is A.D.A.
accessible from the Clark Pavilion.
county’s centennial with a beautiful
flower garden with park benches, a paved
stone walk and picnic tables. For your
quiet lunches, enjoy a sack lunch or
purchase one at one of downtown Rogers'