WAKE COUNTY PARKS
Wake County’s first park, 520-acre Lake Crabtree, opened in 1988. Today, Wake County boasts a total of 11 parks and nature preserves, as well as 62.5 miles of trails and greenways.
Wake County Parks provide many recreational and educational opportunities. Its greenways create a network of bicycling and walking trails, enabling us to choose
Each of our parks and preserves are truly unique and present experiences that are different from those of all of the other parks.
Click on any of the red circles below to learn more about the county park located there.
4. SANDY PINES, WENDELL 5. TURNIPSEED, WENDELL 6. HISTORIC OAK VIEW, RALEIGH
7. HISTORIC YATES MILL, RALEIGH 8. CROWDER PARK, APEX 9. LAKE CRABTREE, RALEIGH
10. HARRIS LAKE, NEW HILL 11. AMERICAN TOBACCO TRAIL, NEW HILL
Please visit your Wake County Parks Homepage to learn more about each park, what you can do there, and about plans for future parks and open spaces as well. Here are some of the many things one can do there:
There is a Park Locator that features all state, county and municipal parks and preserves in Wake County.
Whether you’re searching for a place to picnic, test out your mountain bike skills, play disc golf or soak up some local history, the Park Locator makes it easier than ever to explore the opportunities available in Wake County
REGENCY PARK PARTNERSHIP WAKE COUNTY PARKS INTERVIEW SERIES
You can see an ongoing in-depth and comprehensive interview series with the managers of each Wake County Park.
Click below to see the interviews in this series that have already been published.