All of our parks are similar in how they bring communities together, yet unique in their presentation and amenities. Some are as simple as grass, shade, and benches, while others are robust and expansive.
Many of the Rochester parks have beginnings embedded in the city’s early history. Some were designed by (and later inspired by) notable landscape architects such as Frederick Law Olmsted and Lawrence Halprin.
City of Rochester Parks
City of Rochester Parks maintained by Monroe County
10. Highland Park
11. Seneca Park
12. Maplewood Park
15. Tryon Park
In addition to Highland Park, Seneca Park, Maplewood Park, and Genesee Valley Park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted Sr., he, along with his son and the Olmsted Firm, went on to design several more City of Rochester parks.
17. Cobb’s Hill Park
22. Schiller Park
23. While not technically a park, we certainly couldn’t leave out Mount Hope Cemetery!