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The Community House has served as a public community gathering space since its construction in 1936.
The future Lewis Freeman Historic Park sits on a small but lovely one third of an acre property along Rectory Street between West Salisbury Street and West Street.
Pittsboro’s Kiwanis Park has received national attention for its innovative natural playground elements, featuring some of the earliest examples in North Carolina.
Named after longtime Chatham County farmers and residents, the Knight Family, Knight Farm Community Park a new 10-acre park contains a playground, water spray pad, dog park and sports field.
Mary Hayes Barber Holmes Park is loved for its aesthetic beauty, featuring a balanced mix of open fields and shaded wooded areas.
McClenahan Park features three basketball courts and three tennis courts.
Page Vernon Park provides a small pocket of peace right in the middle of our bustling Historic Downtown.
Rock Ridge Park is a 52-acre neighborhood park set amongst rolling hills of mature hardwoods.
This was the Town’s first park and was once the Town’s water supply.