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Millbrook Exchange Park

Last updated Dec. 12, 2014 - 4:12 pm
Art
  • Year 1971 | Acres 69.5 | Landmarks Next to Millbrook Highschool and Fire Station 15
  • Millbrook Exchange Park boasts a variety of recreational opportunities conveniently located in one location.
  • Home to the 'Immigrant Gate II' art installation

Community Center

Center Programs

Center Programs

  • Variety of classes and programs for all ages including Preschool Sports, Dog Obedience, Group Fitness, Spanish, Composting and weekday programs for Homeschooled Students
  • View latest program brochure

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

  • Patrons may purchase a monthly pass for $15.00 or a daily pass for $2.00.
  • Contains two recumbent bikes, two treadmills, an elliptical machine, a Stairmaster, a universal machine, free weights, a stretching area

  • Gymnasium
  • Room #1
  • Room #2
  • Warming Kitchen attached to Room #2

Center Facilities

  • Gymnasium: Capacity 300, 80' x 100', $60/hour
  • View Open Gym Schedule
  • Room #1: Capacity 49, 23' x 51', $60/hour
  • Room #2: Capacity 79, 23' x 35', $70/hour
  • Warming Kitchen: $20/hour (Optional rental with Room #2)
  • View the rental brochure

Anne Gordon Center for Active Adults

  • Anne Gordon Center
  • Center Patrons
  • Center Staff
  • Center Visitors
  • Center Visitors

Center Programs


  • Room B (multipurpose)
  • Room A (multipurpose)
  • Classroom
  • Warming kitchen

Center Facilities

  • 4,600 square foot facility
  • Large, dividable multipurpose room | 120 maximum capacity
  • Separate classroom space | 20 maximum capacity
  • Warming kitchen
  • Outdoor patio area
  • Alcohol permit available, wi-fi throughout and Surround sound
  • View Rental Brochure

Tennis Center

Tennis Center
  • Flagship tennis facility
  • 23 hard surface courts with timer lights (dawn to 10:30pm)
  • Backboards (4) and ball machine available
  • Conference room, locker rooms, pro shop & covered observation deck
  • More about the Tennis program

Pool


pool

Dog Park


dogs
  • Raleigh's oldest dog park opened in April 2003.
  • Dogs can roam free off leash
  • Free to the public
  • Water available from faucets and buckets for dogs to drink from
  • Fenced areas for both large and small dogs
  • Wood chip base
  • Lights are provided at night
  • Read etiquette & rules

Shelters (2)

To rent a shelter please contact the Community Center View other shelter locations
shelter #1

Picnic Shelter #1

  • Medium sized covered shelter
  • Capacity: 40-60
  • Tables: 4
  • Grills: 2
  • $9/hour to rent
  • Quiet, remote wooded location along a paved greenway trail
  • Limited access to restrooms
  • No electricity

shelter #2

Picnic Shelter #2

  • Medium sized covered shelter
  • Capacity: 40-60
  • Tables: 4
  • Grills: 2
  • $9/hour to rent
  • Quiet, remote wooded location along a paved greenway trail
  • Limited access to restrooms
  • No electricity

Courts (1)

Courts are typically available first come, first serve. View other court locations
Outdoor Basketball Court

Outdoor Basketball Courts

  • 2 courts
  • Concrete surface
  • Dawn to Dusk
  • Indoor court available in the Gym

Fields (3)

All field rentals are handled though our Athletics Division. To find out more, please email or call 919-996-6836. View other field locations
Softball

Softball Field #1

  • Fence Distance: 301ft
  • Lighting: Yes
  • $20/hour to rent, additional $25/hour for lights

baseball

Youth Baseball Field #2

  • Fence Distance: 285ft
  • Lighting: Yes
  • $25/hour to rent, additional $25/hour for lights

baseball

Youth Baseball Field #3

  • Fence Distance: 188ft
  • Lighting: Yes
  • $25/hour to rent, additional $25/hour for lights

Playgrounds

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  • Playground
  • Tot area

Ages 2-5

  • Recently updated
  • Rubber Surface
  • Tot swings

  • Play structure
  • Play structure
  • Play structure
  • Swings

Ages 5 - 12

  • Recently updated
  • Rubber Surface
  • Restrooms located in Community Center
  • Picnic tables within the park

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