Kiwanis Park

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Kiwanis Park

309 Credle Street, Pittsboro, NC 27312


Pittsboro’s Kiwanis Park has received national attention for its innovative natural playground elements, featuring some of the earliest examples in North Carolina. The park caters to two to five year olds and features a beloved giant turtle sculpture, sandboxes crafted by a master mason, swings, as well as traditional play equipment. Artistic flourishes abound including a bench crafted by Clyde Jones. Diverse plantings stimulate children’s senses, foster a greater appreciation of nature, and combat nature deficiency disorder.

Town of Pittsboro Parks & Recreation

Parks are open to the public 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset, year-around. Please refrain from park use after dark.

Yes: Pets should be leashed at all times. Please remove pet waste from the trail and grass and dispose of it in one of the pet waste disposal bins around the park. Carry a collapsible water bowl for your pets while walking in the park to ensure they stay hydrated. Note everyone is comfortable around dogs – keep your dog close to you and stay alert to others.

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