Panther Rock Park

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Rock formation.

Knightdale Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Programs is developing a new park called Panther Rock Park.

Panther Rock Park, long earmarked for future park development, underwent further exploration in the 2021 Parks & Recreation Master Plan to become a space where Cheswick residents and visitors can gather and revel in the natural surroundings.

This 2-acre passive park, adjacent to the Cheswick Subdivision at 840 Hardin Hill Lane, will be a non-programmed park. The site boasts substantial rock formations ideal for climbing and assorted recreational pursuits. Under the Town's ownership since early 2013, it will soon be adorned with split-rail fencing encompassing two entrances: one accessible from Hardin Hill Lane and the other adjacent to the asphalt trail stub on the property's western edge. On-street parking spaces will be designated on Hardin Hill Lane to accommodate visitors. Amenities within the park will include a mulched walking trail, strategically placed benches, and a picnic table. Area enhancements will include park signage, a waste station for dog walkers, and strategically positioned trash receptacles throughout the park.

View the News Feed for updates on the project.


Knightdale Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Programs is developing a new park called Panther Rock Park.

Panther Rock Park, long earmarked for future park development, underwent further exploration in the 2021 Parks & Recreation Master Plan to become a space where Cheswick residents and visitors can gather and revel in the natural surroundings.

This 2-acre passive park, adjacent to the Cheswick Subdivision at 840 Hardin Hill Lane, will be a non-programmed park. The site boasts substantial rock formations ideal for climbing and assorted recreational pursuits. Under the Town's ownership since early 2013, it will soon be adorned with split-rail fencing encompassing two entrances: one accessible from Hardin Hill Lane and the other adjacent to the asphalt trail stub on the property's western edge. On-street parking spaces will be designated on Hardin Hill Lane to accommodate visitors. Amenities within the park will include a mulched walking trail, strategically placed benches, and a picnic table. Area enhancements will include park signage, a waste station for dog walkers, and strategically positioned trash receptacles throughout the park.

View the News Feed for updates on the project.


  • Mulch Walking Trails

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    The Public Works Department has begun the construction of the mulched walking trail areas.







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