PenMet Park

Rosedale Park

All parks are open 7 am to dusk

Rosedale Park features include a softball/youth baseball field, playground and picnic shelter. Adjacent to the park and field is the historic Rosedale Hall, available for small meetings and gatherings.

Park Description

This 2.3-acre site is located across from Rosedale Market. Rosedale Playfield has one combination fenced grass youth soccer field, one grass 200-foot softball diamond, two outdoor tennis courts, and one half-basketball court. Rosedale Hall is located adjacent to the tennis courts. This facility is currently operated and available for reservations. The 2,400-square-foot building provides 2,000 square feet of meeting space with a 400-square-foot kitchen and can be rented for community and organization events.

Park Features


Dogs on leash, playground, buildings


Picnic shelter and picnic tables


Baseball field, tennis courts, basketball half-court

Buildings & Venues

Rosedale Community Hall, portable restrooms on site


Parking spaces adjacent to park and outside of Rosedale Community Hall


Rosedale Park officially became a public park in 1964 after a long history as Rosedale Public School #26. When the Peninsula Athletic Association (PAA) managed the park, the organization received a grant from Starbucks to add tennis courts and a picnic shelter. In April of 2007, Rosedale Park ownership was transferred to PenMet Parks from Pierce County. Part of Rosedale Park, Rosedale Hall is beloved by local residents. Over it’s century-long life, the hall has played a pivotal role in the community. It has served as a school, a church, an exercise studio, and hosted countless community groups and events. The original structure was built in 1918 then disassembled and moved to its current location in 1925 when it became Rosedale Hall. At the back of the building it gained a small addition sometime around 1940, and sits on a bucolic, natural setting, framed by fir trees and rhododendrons with a simple, gravel parking area.

Park Rules

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