Heritage High School Park
Located at 1150 Forestville Road, Heritage High Park consists of two multipurpose soccer fields, two fields for baseball and softball, six lighted tennis courts, and restroom facilities.
The park is also the site of the popular July 3 Wake Forest Fireworks Spectacular which is part of the Town's two-day Independence Day Celebration.
Amenities and Features
- two multi-purpose/soccer fields
- two baseball/softball fields
- six tennis courts (lighted)
- restroom facility
Park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Smoking is limited to parking areas only.
Use of personal grills (gas and/or charcoal) is prohibited.
Dogs must be on a leash. Also, please clean up after your dog. Dog waste receptacles and bags are provided.
Heritage High School Park was constructed at the back of the 65-acre campus of Heritage High School on Forestville Road. The Park opened for use in 2009, and the school opened the following year. Both the park and the school are part of the Master Plan for the Heritage community of Wake Forest. The property had been the site of the Ammons family farm. The family sold the property to the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS), and WCPSS built the fields at a cost of about $4 million. The Park project is part of a Joint Use Agreement between WCPSS and the Town of Wake Forest, which provides the fields to be open for use by the public after 6:00 PM and on weekends, when school teams are not using the facilities.
The Park consists of 2 multipurpose soccer fields, 2 fields for baseball and softball, 6 lighted tennis courts, and restroom facilities. The Park is also the site of the popular annual Wake Forest Fireworks Spectacular for the Town’s July 4th celebration.
Researched and written by Nancy Ginger, Wake Forest Historic Preservation Commission
Pat Kennedy, Heritage High School Athletic Director
Wake County Public School records.