This site had served as the city sewer
treatment plant from 1940 through 1964. The control
room was on the National Register of Historical
places. The park was a gift from the Rogers Water
and Sewer Department in 1989. The park has 2
playgrounds, ¼ mile walking trail, 2 sandlot
volleyball courts, basketball courts, restrooms,
pavilion, 13 station exercise area, drinking
fountains, historical museum, park benches, picnic
tables and Rogers Fire Station #4.
The environment is what makes the
park a unique and pleasant experience. A tree
demonstration project adds to the aesthetic beauty
of the area. The museum is on the historic Register
and has a pictorial history of Rogers. The fire
station adds supervision and safety to the park.
This all makes the park a very pleasant atmosphere.