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Morreene Road Park

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  1. Baseball / Softball Field - Youth
  2. Basketball
  3. Fenced in Playground
  4. Picnic Shelter
  5. Picnic Tables
  6. Playground (Ages 2-12)
  7. Restrooms
  8. Swings - Standard
  9. Swings - Toddler (Bucket Swing)
  10. Tennis Courts
  11. Water Fountain
Morreene Road Park offers a fenced in accessible playground for ages 2-12. It is also the office location for Durham Parks and Recreation's Outdoor Recreation staff.

Visit the picnic shelter rentals page for complete details on renting the shelter at Morreene Road Park.

Visit the athletic rentals page for complete details on renting a court at Morreene Road Park.


A document in the Duke University Archives notes that in August, 1922, Ben and Dora Bridgers bought two lots of the former W. T. Redmond farm south of “Hillsboro” Road. They opened a dairy on the site and named it for a combination of Dora Bridgers’ brothers’ middle names: Vester Morris Dorrity and Robert Greene Dorrity—thus the Morreene Dairy. When the City extended that dead end road in the 1930s to connect with Erwin Road, it was officially named the “Morreene Dairy Road.” In September 1958, the City Council changed the name to simply “Morreene Road.”