Founding member of Friends of West Windsor Open Space (FOWWOS) and lifelong conservationist, Ronald Rogers was known as West Windsor’s Forester. His dedication to community forestry is honored here in the form of an arboretum and nature trails. 12 acres of beautifully cared for lawn and paved pathway fill the corner park, spanning between labeled trees of diverse varieties, but especially Ronald’s favorite, the oak. The blue and white trails dive into the woods at three points along one edge of the park, weaving through a compact but visually interesting 13 forested acres.
Nestled in a quiet section of the park, a reflection pond and section of steel from the World Trade Center commemorate local lives lost on September 11th, 2001.