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Located in scenic Madison County, the Smith Farm property is 86 acres of steeply sloping topography. The site includes most of Bailey Mountain’s eastern slope, thick forests, Banjo Branch, wetlands,...

Constructed in 1937 as a “separate but equal” recreation facility in Raleigh, John Chavis Memorial Park has stood witness to the changing landscape of civil rights in the region and...

Knight Farm Community Park is a 10-acre multi-purpose recreation facility nestled in the Vineyards, the new residential community in Chatham Park. Knight Farm Community Park features colorful playhouse equipment, a dragon-shaped...

Mineral Spring Park includes the original well for which the Town of Fuquay was known, along with a limited number of pedestrian paths, benches, and picnic tables. An existing historic...

Located in the heart of the downtown area near the iconic Kure Beach Fishing Pier, Ocean Front Park is Kure Beach’s premier public green space and offers an expansive open-air...

The Town of Siler City has many parks, recreational facilities, and natural areas for active and passive recreation that contribute to the City as a desirable place to live. Due...

Ashworth Park (formerly Library Park) is located behind the Fuquay-Varina History Museum and hosts two historic buildings: an old post office and a historic school house building. The Town sought...

WithersRavenel is providing civil engineering, surveying, and stormwater management design for Cary Downtown Park, a 14-acre urban park set to position Cary as a leader in urban vitalization in central...