Wooten Meadow Park is a 21-acre City of Raleigh public park in northwest Raleigh. Currently, Wooten Meadow Park is mostly undeveloped and serves as a passive, natural park with minimal amenities. The site contains several distinct natural areas ranging from successional pine and hardwood forests to streamside and floodplain habitats. The Wooten Meadow Master Plan (2015) and Schematic Design (2017) guided the current final design and permitting process. The project was issued for construction bid in Fall 2020. Construction started in January 2021 with construction completion anticipated by late Fall 2021
Following the recommended priority items from the Wooten Meadow Park Master Plan, current park construction focuses on the creation of planted wetland areas along with a new paved parking area, pedestrian trail system, and open meadows. Future project phases may include a small playground, picnic shelters, restrooms, and future greenway connections.