Kellam-Wyatt Farm Project

A rendering of the Kellam Wyatt Farm-Pond Trail View

Project Summary

Kellam-Wyatt Farm is the newest facility in the Wake County parks and preserve system. This three-generation family farm and woodland sanctuary has much to offer in natural beauty, wildlife habitat, and sustainable, educational agriculture. The 59-acre property is located in east-central Wake County, near the border between Raleigh and Knightdale. The property was donated to Wake County with a conservation easement, which means the land is legally limited to certain uses that support conservation values. The master plan has been completed and was approved by the Board of Commissioners on December 6, 2021. The plan includes community and demonstration gardens, trails, open space, a community orchard, a play area and pond overlooks.

Additional information about the project is available on the Wake County Parks, Recreation & Open Space website

Building Information

Site Acreage:
59 Acres

On-site parking will be provided. Multiple pedestrian access points are also included.

Programs Offered:
Environmental education, community gardening, hiking, agricultural programming, play area and kayaking

Landscape Architect:
Design Workshop, Inc.

Construction Budget:
$4.75 Million

Projected Opening:
Phase 1 will open in Summer 2024



A rendering of the Kellam-Wyatt Farm Site Experiences
A rendering of Kellam-Wyatt Farm Community Garden
A rendering of the Kellam-Wyatt Farm Master Plan