I have found Forest for the Trees to be very diligent advocates for our project. Their interaction with the public during our Public Parks Workshop directly led to a number of good ideas from members of the community that we believe will add value to this project as we move into the funding and construction phases. Forest for the Trees has demonstrated the breadth of knowledge during the process and has exceeded my expectations throughout the process.
— David Tillotson, City Manager, City of Catoosa

Rodger Berry is envisioned as a sports centered park with activities for all ages, strongly connected to the surrounding neighborhoods. The main access spine gradually curves from the north end to the south end and connects all the activity nodes seamlessly. Parking is distributed alongside its length. Good lighting, wide sidewalks and prominent signage elements make walking through the park a convenient and safe experience. Activities nodes include soccer fields, baseball and softball diamonds, tennis, football fields, children’s play areas, frisbee golf course, walking path with exercise stations and a trail system surrounding the entire park with a possible future connection along Spunky Creek to Rogers Point. Projected cost of construction: $10.5 million.