Joyner Park Community Center
Introducing the Joyner Park Community Center
Search "JPCC" in the current edition of RecConnect for a complete list of programs and activities offered at the Joyner Park Community Center.
We invite you to engage in the incredible array of programs and classes we offer. JPCC Happenings provides a complete listing of our upcoming programs and classes.
Open Play Schedule
Due to Covid 19, the only Open Play available is Pickleball. Registration time slots are available at wakeforestnc.recdesk.com
Designed to blend in with current Joyner Park structures and the natural habitat, the new 32,000-square-foot facility features a walking track, gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and pickleball, multi-purpose rooms, dance studio and kitchen.
The facility has been constructed in a manner consistent with the park's natural beauty and rustic feel.
Joyner Park is comprised of 117 acres - 84 of which are currently being used. The new facility was constructed on a portion of the park's 33 remaining acres.
360 Degree Tour
Both Wake Forest residents and non-residents ages 11 and older must have a Recreation Card (Rec Card) to access amenities offered at PRCR facilities, including the Joyner Park Community Center (JPCC) and Flaherty Park Community Center (FPCC). Although Rec Cards are free for Wake Forest residents, the following fees now apply for people who live outside the Wake Forest town limits and do not pay Wake Forest property taxes: Individual, $25; Family, $50; Drop-in fee, $5.
A November 2014 Wake Forest Bond Referendum initiative, the Joyner Park Community Center will account for just over $11 million of the $14.2 million worth of parks and recreation facility projects approved by town voters.
The other parks and recreation initiatives include the Joyner Park playground and amphitheater cover and renovations to the Northern Wake Senior Center.