Rogers Regional Sports Park

Crafton Tull prepared a master plan, as well as architectural and engineering documents for the Rogers Regional Sports Park, at Highway 62 and Dixieland Road in Rogers. Wetland mitigation ponds and streams surrounded by native vegetation contribute to the park’s environmental sensitivity. Because of this, the design paid careful consideration to traffic separation between the playfields. A trail along the native drainage system which connects the City of Rogers trail network to the west links the fields. Further, the City is in the process of linking the Sports Park section of the trail to Downtown Rogers. On the east end of the park, there are six softball fields, two of which are championship ready. The east end features accompanying concessions, pavilions, and a playground. The west end of the park is home to preserved wetlands.