The second largest and most intensively developed park in Rochester contains approximately 33 acres. The site is wooded with large mature trees in a gently rolling terrain. Located next to Rochester High School, it was the site of the former Fulton County Fairgrounds from 1850-1950 and contained a half mile oval drive used for trotting and pacing horses. Today, the park provides basketball courts, softball fields, picnic shelters and facilities, restrooms, sledding hill and play equipment. Manitou Mountain, a large wooden play structure was constructed in 1997. This was built by over 1300 citizen volunteers in a 3 day period as over $100,000.00 was raised in a community fund drive.
The Parks Department allows residents to reserve park shelters (pavilions), tables, or the dining hall for various reunions, parties or family outings.