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Pullen Park

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Mandi
Mandi
September 11, 2015
If you have kids along you should definitely go - 5 min drive ! Paddleboats, glass enclosed carousel, walking trails, pavilions, snack stands, pond, etc. It's a nice place for anyone!
Meike & Jacob
Meike & Jacob
August 28, 2019
Great park and playground with old carousel and train. Drum circle every Wednesday from 6:30-8 pm during the summer. Open to all!
Ash
Ash
October 20, 2019
Established in 1887 and designated as the first public park in N.C., Pullen Park in Raleigh is the fifth oldest amusement park in the U.S. and the 16th oldest in the world. Nestled between downtown Raleigh and the main campus of North Carolina State University, Pullen Park is known for terrific…
Abraham & Reem
Abraham & Reem
September 4, 2015
This park is so beautiful! It is over 66 acres with picnic areas, concessions stands, a carousel, train, kiddie boats and pedal boats are available for rent seasonally in the parks large pond.
Lauren
Lauren
December 20, 2019
Take a ride on the train. Great for kids!
Jeasun
Jeasun
November 28, 2019
This park is absolutely amazing. Giant playground, train ride, carousel, paddle boats, small boats. Kids love it here.
Peter And Debbie
Peter And Debbie
August 20, 2015
Great for picnic, rides for children, rental shelters for events. Has a YMCA pool. Public tennis court.
Jennifer
Jennifer
January 2, 2020
Paddle Boating, park scene, close to NC State University, and downtown, relaxing.
Jamie
Jamie
June 5, 2015
Relaxing family park with boats and a cool little train for kids
James
James
August 20, 2015
My favorite park as a kid.

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地点
408 Ashe Ave
NC Raleigh,邮编27606
手机号(919) 996-3285
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