Lake Myra County Park, located south of Knightdale and Wendell, is a 224-acre property in the Marks Creek watershed. The former site of a gristmill and general store, the lake was also one of the most popular destinations in the area: through the 1940s, it offered visitors a bathhouse, covered dancehall, diving board and boating facilities. The park will open the site to recreational opportunities. A park center, day-use shelters, playground, nature overlooks, boardwalks and trails are among the facilities and amenities planned for the park.
Share Your Thoughts
Your feedback is critical as we move forward in the Lake Myra County Park planning process. If you couldn’t attend our community meeting on Oct. 18, that’s OK! You can review the meeting materials, watch a drone video and complete our survey below.
View the Lake Myra Park Master Plan
How We Got Here: Community Meetings
As a part of the master planning process, Wake County Parks, Recreation and Open Space conducted a series of community forums to gather residents’ input about the development of the park. The forums allowed residents to play an active role in the park’s design.
Community Meeting 1 - April 29, 2008
Community Meeting 2 - June 12, 2008
Community Meeting 3 - July 31, 2008
Community Meeting 4 - Sept. 9, 2008
Community Meeting 5 - Oct. 21, 2008