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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 art classes and concerts to fitness programs and stargazing. Plan your visit to Dorothea Dix Park today.

If you are interested in having a private event and renting field space at Dorothea Dix Park, please email the Raleigh Special Events Office at specialevents@raleighnc.gov or call 919-996-2200 for more information.

All Dix Park Events & Programs

Programs + Events
Walnut Creek Wetland Center

Master Plan Advisory Committee Meeting

The Master Plan Advisory Committee works closely with the design team throughout the planning process and makes recommendations to the Executive Committee. 6:00pm - 8:00pm --- Location: Walnut Creek Wetland Center, 950 Peterson Street, Raleigh, NC 27610
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Williams Field at Dix Park

Get Fit at Dix - Yoga in the Park

Enjoy the nature and tranquility of Dorothea Dix Park as certified yoga instructor Dana Lindquist leads you through yoga poses to increase strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! Bring a yoga mat, if you have one, a towel and a filled water bottle. Water is not available in the…
Programs + Events
Williams Field at Dix Park

Get Fit at Dix - Yoga in the Park

Enjoy the nature and tranquility of Dorothea Dix Park as certified yoga instructor Dana Lindquist leads you through yoga poses to increase strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! Bring a yoga mat, if you have one, a towel and a filled water bottle. Water is not available in the…

Sunflower Field Photo Contest

This summer Dorothea Dix Park in collaboration with the City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department and Office of Sustainability planted approximately five acres of sunflowers at the park. Thousands of people from across the Triangle and beyond came to see and take pictures of the field. A photo contest was held to capture the excitement of the community. Learn more about the field and the results of the contest below.

READ SUNFLOWER FIELD ANNOUNCEMENT

SEE PHOTO CONTEST RESULTS

Sunflower Field collage
Sunflower Field collage