Originally a pecan orchard, the property for Rose Park was purchased in 1992 by the Mansfield Park Facilities Development Corporation with proceeds from a half-cent sales tax. The park was developed in part with grant funds from Texas Parks and Wildlife. This park opened in 1996 and was named Katherine Rose Memorial Park after the wife of the previous landowner. One of the most popular features of the park is a half-mile, lighted, concrete walking/biking trail that serves as a major trail head connection to the Walnut Creek Linear Park. “Katherine’s Garden,” a rose garden installed by the Keep Mansfield Beautiful Commission, is located at the front of the park and has served many times as the backdrop for photographs and occasionally as the site for weddings.
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If you have general questions about the park, rentals or programs, contact the Mansfield Activities Center at 817-728-3680 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.
If you have an urgent maintenance need, please contact Parks On Call at 817-473-1943 to have service crews paged to your location. For emergencies, security and medical issues, please call 911.