Hours of Operation: open from 8:00 – 6:00, Saturday & Sunday.
Visitors are permitted on park grounds only during normal hours of operation. Currently the park is open on weekends (Saturday & Sunday) from 8:00AM until 6:00PM.
Parking is permitted in designated parking spaces only. These all have a sand/shell gravel base and a wood stop, and are located exclusively in the main parking area where the port a potty is located.
Fishing is permitted in either of the two ponds, but on a catch and release basis only. The reason for this is because the fish in both of these ponds are heavily fed upon by a variety of species of birds (and other wildlife), and would quickly be depleted completely if anglers were to keep what they caught.
No plants may be harvested, dug up, or cut in any way. Visitors may pick grapes or berries.
Any animal found in the park must be left alone . . . please do not touch. Any fish caught in either pond must be released.
Dogs will be permitted in the park provided they are quiet, and kept on a leash no longer than twenty feet long.
Bicycles are permitted in the park, but may only be ridden on designated trails.
Visitors are asked to walk/hike on designated trails only. Exceptions are the cleared areas on either side of the driveway, or mowed area around the cottage.
No vehicles are permitted beyond either of the two gates located inside the park.
No visitors are permitted past the tree line that separates the park’s hayfield, from the privately owned property located due east of the park (another larger hayfield).
Visitors are permitted to bring their own canoes and kayaks to the park.
No fires are permitted in park!
The Roxbury Park property was once a portion of a former plantation tract that was known through the years as either “Hick’s Bottom” or “Roxbury.”