Dorothea Dix Park
About a mile away is the city's largest park. It has great open spaces for a nice afternoon picnic.
Find your escape in the heart of the City. Come enjoy the wide-open fields, rolling meadows and shady tree groves or join us at one of a variety of exciting programs. During the master plan process, we will host a variety of public programs and events at the park, everything from concerts to…
Raleigh's coolest city park. Always something going on here during the warmer months. Boasts a great view of the Raleigh skyline.
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