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Joyner Park Mule Barn
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E. Carroll Joyner Park officially opened on August 1st 2009. The 117 acre park is one of the largest parks in Wake County. Attractions at Joyner Park include restored farm buildings, a pecan grove, a restored log cabin, a 1,000-lawn-seat amphitheatre, a performance area, and garden. Bordered by a 2,000 linear foot stone ribbon wall, the park offers approximately three miles of paved walking trails – ideal for walking, bicycling, and in-line skating.

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