There are five parks/open spaces within the Mordecai CAC.

  1. Mordecai Mini Park (corner of Poplar and Blount Streets)
  2. Poplar Spring (located at the five points intersection in the Mordecai neighborhood)
  3. Mordecai Spring (located on Mordecai Drive behind the Mordecai Historic Park)
  4. Marshall Street Open Space (creek area at Marshall Street)
  5. Meadowbrook Open Space (corner of Frank and Norris Streets, across from Conn Elementary School)

There is also one community center:

Halifax Community Center

(919) 831-6378, 1015 Halifax St. Raleigh, NC 27604
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-10pm, Saturday 9am-3pm, Sunday 1pm-6pm
Community Center, Play Equipment, Outdoor Basketball, Handicap Accessible

and the: 

 Mordecai Historic Park

The Mordecai Historic Park is located in the heart of downtown Raleigh and is home to some of North Carolina's most extraordinary treasures, including the Mordecai House and the Birthplace of Andrew Johnson- 17th president of the United States.  

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