Roeder Park is the site of the old Glendale Store, for many years the hub of village life in Glendale. This property consists of two parcels given to the Association by Benjamin F. Roeder on August 31, 1964. Mr. Roeder and his wife had for many years operated the general store on the site, but it collapsed under the weight of snow earlier that year. On this small property there is a gazebo, given to the Association by the Glendale Union Chapel Society in 1998, after the Glendale Chapel was disbanded.
Conservation Restriction. None
Size. 0.79 acres
Northeast of the junction of Route 183 and the Glendale Middle Road. Bounded on the south by Glendale Middle Road, on the west by Route 183, and on the north and east by private property.
Starting at the Red Lion Inn, head west on Main Street/Route 102. Continue straight onto West Main Street, across the golf course, and over the green bridge onto Glendale Middle Road. Continue about ¾ mile, again crossing the river, to Route 183. Roeder Park is on the right. Pull off the road to park.
August 31, 1964
A gift from Benjamin F. Roeder