Recent News From Dix Park

Field Notes with Raleigh Horticulturist, Neal Wisenbaker What is there in the winter landscape if one doesn’t have evergreen plants, asks the inexperienced gardener. As we progress towards the end of the year the winter landscape conjures up images of death, dying, and things
Construction of the Gipson Play Plaza is scheduled to commence this week at Dix Park, beginning with construction fencing being installed and contractor trailers moving on-site.
Youth Crews support ‘A Park for Everyone’ In summer 2022, Raleigh Parks welcomed the return of Conservation Corps North Carolina’s (CCNC) Dix Park Youth Conservation Corps. In this program, Raleigh-area youth (ages 14-18) learn about conservation and develop caree
Field Notes with Raleigh Horticulturist, Neal Wisenbaker Birders flock to Dix Park Sunflower Field for uncommon bird sightings.
  Wake County grants $1M to Dix Park Conservancy for Accessibility Improvements While Dix Park strives to be welcoming for all visitors, accessibility improvements are critical to truly be “a park for everyone”.
What Park Visitors & Neighbors Need to Know Dreamville Festival is back! This year, the event takes place over two days, Saturday & Sunday, April 2 & 3, and welcomes 40,000 attendees each day to Dix Park for a unique music and culture festival experience.