The Roseville Central Park Foundation was founded to provide necessary funds to develop and nurture Roseville Central Park.
The goal of the Roseville Central Park Foundation (RCPF) is to raise money for projects and additions that preserve, maintain, and improve Roseville Central Park. Central Park is the "crown jewel" of the Roseville Parks system, and thousands of people visit the park each year to enjoy its many benefits. Roseville Central Park is the largest park in Roseville at 225 acres. Within those 225 acres, visitors will find Bennett Lake, the newly remodeled Frank Rog Amphitheater, Muriel Sahlin Arboretum, Harriet Alexander Nature Center, and numerous sports fields, picnic shelters, and other recreation areas. We raise money to provide improvements to the park through private donations, and fundraisers such as our annual fall fundraising event.