Rogers Fort Hill Park

Visit

53 Park Ave East Lowell, MA

Access

Parking: Parking is available along the roadways within the park

Explore Native American History at the top of Fort Hill

Rogers Fort Hill Park in Lowell, Massachusetts has approximately 11 acres of grass, a fountain, paths and gardens, and 23 acres of woods. There are heritage trees in the park, including Beech trees, Japanese and sugar maples and even a Camperdown Elm. The park is surrounded by a diverse neighborhood (Rogers Fort Hill Park Neighborhood District), with many Victorian multi- and single-family homes (source).

Rogers Fort Hill Park is a serene location where many find inspiration as did the blogger, The Irreverent Psychologist.  This blog post includes a detailed timeline of the park’s history.