Kellam-Wyatt Farm

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Kellam-Wyatt Farm is the newest member of the Wake County park and preserve family. This three-generation family farm and woodland sanctuary has much to offer in natural beauty, wildlife habitat and sustainable, educational agriculture.

Share Your Thoughts

Wake County Parks, Recreation and Open Space is holding public meetings to share updates on Kellam-Wyatt Farm with the community, and we need your feedback!

NEW: Final Public Meeting - June 24

Wake County Parks, Recreation and Open Space will hold the final community meeting on Kellam-Wyatt Farm Thursday, June 24.

The meeting will take place at the large picnic shelter at Anderson Point Park, 20 Anderson Point Drive, Raleigh. You can drop in any time between 4:30 and 7 p.m. to:

  • View the final draft plan
  • Get updates from staff
  • Ask questions and share your thoughts

Attendees are encouraged to follow masking and social distancing guidelines.

Following the meeting, residents can share their thoughts about the draft Kellam-Wyatt Farm master plan by filling out a quick survey. The master plan will be implemented in phases, and the survey will allow the community to weigh in on which elements they’d like to see prioritized in the first phases of construction.

Los materials de la reunión estarán disponibles en español en el sitio web.

Recap: Virtual Public Meeting 1 – March 24

Watch the Meeting:

Complete the Survey

We need your feedback!

Your thoughts are important as we move forward in the planning process. Please take a moment to complete the following survey and let us know what is important to you.

Take the survey in English.

Completa la encuesta en español


Project Details

Kellam-Wyatt Farm is 59 acres and 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 such as open space, scenic views, habitat and watershed protection, preservation of rural character and agricultural production.

A public process is underway to develop a Kellam-Wyatt Farm vision and master plan that will protect the site’s natural and agricultural character while allowing for public access, education and recreation. 

To learn more about the site and its history, check out the Kellam-Wyatt Farm StoryMap collection.