1. Parks & Recreation News
  1. Bethesda Park Courts Closed for Cleaning

    Bethesda Park Basketball Courts and Tennis Courts closed for cleaning on Monday, June 14 through Thursday, June 17. Read on...
  2. Road Closure at Orange Factory Road

    NCDOT is replacing a pipe causing Orange Factory Road to have a temporary closure at the Discover Charter School site (0.9 miles east of US 501) starting on Monday, June 14. Read on...
  3. Juneteenth Holiday Hours

    Durham Parks and Recreation's Administration Office and Recreation Centers will be closed Friday, June 18 in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. Read on...
  4. Tennis Courts Closed June 19 & 20

    The tennis courts at Rock Quarry Park, Whippoorwill Park, and Southern Boundaries Park will be closed to the public on Saturday, June 19, and Sunday, June 20 for an event. Read on...
  5. Tennis Courts Closed June 24-27

    The tennis courts at Rock Quarry Park, Whippoorwill Park, Southern Boundaries Park, Elmira Avenue Park, East End Park & Morreene Road Park will be closed to the public for the USTA 40 & Over State Championships, Thursday, June 24 through Sunday, June 27. Read on...
  1. Construction around Solite Park and American Tobacco Trail

    Construction is currently underway along Fayetteville Road. Solite Park will remain open during the construction. The American Tobacco Trail is being detoured through the internal Solite Park Trail. Read on...
  2. Construction at West Point on the Eno Park

    The second phase of the Eno River Sewer Project is underway. Work is currently taking place on the north side of the Eno River, just above the dam, in West Point on the Eno Park. Read on...
  3. New Amenities Coming to Rock Quarry Park

    Construction is underway at Rock Quarry Park and expected to be completed in Summer of 2021. Read on...
  4. Park and Trail Maintenance

    Learn about maintenance projects at C.M. Herndon Park, Valley Springs Park, Bethesda Park, Campus Hills Park, Long Meadow Park, Lyon Park, Rockwood Park, W.D. Hill Recreation Center, and Wrightwood Park. Read on...