Posted on: June 2, 2017

Park of the Week: Cambridge Park

Cambridge Park is nestled in the Cambridge Park neighborhood off Olive Street.  

With several pavilions, picnic tables, and shaded equipment, it is a family favorite when it comes to parks.  Restrooms and drinking fountains are available for public use as well.

AltTextThe Cambridge Trailhead is located at the front of the park.  This trailhead connects you to the Turtle Creek Trail system and the Northwest Arkansas Community College campus.  The park has open green space with soccer goals and plenty of room to relax.  The trail bypasses a wetland behind Cambridge Park.  Often times you can see different types of birds, rabbits, and squirrels. 

This 13-acre land was donated by Tallgrass Development, and the park was constructed with funds from the Walton Family Foundation and a state/federal grant. The site is flat with a man-made berm to the south.

This park has two access points. You can turn on N. 37th Street from Olive and the park is located at the end of the street. You can also get to this park from Easy Street in the Whispering Timbers subdivision. Go check it out today! 

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1302 N. 37th St. Rogers, AR 72758

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