Wake Forest NC has a new park and it is GORGEOUS! E. Carroll Joyner Park opened in August of this year and is quite a place to visit!
E. Carroll Joyner Park has over 117 acres or rolling landscape with many attractions!
Just a few of the features of Phase I of the park are:
- restored farm buildings and pecan grove
- new log cabin
- 1000 seat lawn ampitheatre
- a performance area and garden
- there will also be 3 miles of walking trails
Starting in the Spring of 2010 the ever popular series “Six Sundays in Spring” will move from it’s current location to E. Carroll Joyner Park! The 1000 lawnseat ampitheatre with be the perfect venue for this event.
The performance area and garden will also serve double duty as it can hold approximately 150 people and will be used for pre-concert activites, poetry readings, small instramental groups and even storytelling!
While E. Carroll Joyner Park has been open to the public since August there will be an official Grand Opening on Sunday, October 4 from 2pm – 5pm. The featured band will be The Swang Brothers preforming at 3pm. The Swang Brothers are a local band that hails from Carrboro, NC and their musical influences include Dean Martin, Chet Atkins, Elvis, and Conway Twitty to name just a few!
Mark your calendars NOW for what is sure to be an awesome event at the brand new E. Carroll Joyner Park in Wake Forest NC!
Life in Wake Forest NC just gets better and better….