Rogers Park

102 Chicago Avenue
Goshen, IN 46526

Area: 12 Acres

Originally developed in 1909, Rogers Park was the largest 12 acres and most heavily used park in the City for 50 years.  Facilities include a large historic picnic pavilion, a lighted basketball court, a lighted baseball diamond, restrooms, a canoe launch and a playground.  A pedestrian bridge spanning the Elkhart River connects the park to the downtown area and the Maple City Greenway. New in 2004, “Tyler S. Joldersma Memorial Skate Park”, is a community-built facility for skate boarders and inline skaters to practice their sport.

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