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Crowder District Park

Crowder District Park is a 33-acre park in southwest Wake County near Apex.  The park was conceived in 1992 when Mrs. Doris Pierce Crowder of Durham donated 33 acres to Wake County to be used for public recreation.  Using money from the Parks Bond Referendum, the park was constructed around Crowder Pond and officially opened to the public on June 6, 1988.  Mrs. Crowder was the guest of honor at the ribbon-cutting.  The park has playgrounds, picnic shelters, environmental education and about a mile of trails around the park, including a boardwalk on the pond.

Contact Information:

4709 Ten Ten Road 
Apex, NC 27539

Phone: 919-662-2850
Fax: 919-662-2848

Directions:

From US-1 in Apex, take exit 96 for Ten-Ten Road.  Go west on Ten-Ten Road for about 4 miles and the park will be on the left.

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Wildlife:

Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) are common in the forest throughout the park.  The male pollen cones are responsible for the waves of pollen that blanket the area and aggravate allergies.

Blog Entries:

31-Mar-2019: Wildflowers in Cary

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