This park was purchased, designed and completed at the start of the last century which for Portland makes it old. Many of the features from that time still remain with a sunken rose garden with central fountain, band stand with field seating for picnics, stone walls and brick paths and a historic community center. In spite of some new additions it still has the feel of the park from the bandstand era. This was another Portland park the Olmsted Bothers had hand it. This was also where Portland’s first Rose Garden was planted and still remains thanks to a small army of volunteers. In spite of its historic notes it is primarily a neighborhood park for the Piedmont neighborhood.