Rose Park's Best Friends
An impressive group of supporters gathered at Tudor Place for the Rose Park Fall Party Oct. 24.
"The vision for Rose Park reflects a clean, safe and attractive natural open space where families gather and play, neighbors walk their dogs, commuters pass through, and sports are played," the groups says. Rose Park is between P Street and M Street, NW, bounded by 26th and 27th Streets and by Rock Creek Parkway. Its facilities include three tennis courts, a basketball court, a baseball diamond, two playground areas and substantial open space. Friends of Rose Park, Inc. is a volunteer non-profit, dedicated to Rose Park. It works with the neighborhood, the D.C. Department of Parks & Recreation and the National Park Service to make Rose Park a valued community resource.