Notice: Renovations will take place on the Bond Lake Dam through March 2020 to mitigate future erosion. White Oak Greenway near Bond Lake is affected; follow posted detour signs. The project is managed by Wake County Government.
Celebrate 40 Years of Cary Greenways
Every day all across Cary, cyclists, walkers, runners, rollerbladers and skateboarders, dogwalkers and strollers traverse more than 80 miles of greenways connecting the places they live to schools, shops, parks, and destinations beyond our city. This vast network of paved trails has been connecting the people and places of Cary for 40 years. And we think this is cause for celebration! We're planning a year full of activities and events throughout Cary. Follow along on social media under #CaryGreenways40, and check out the spread (PDF) in the Winter/Spring Program Guide to learn about how this Gold Medal Award-winning system began.
Thanks to all who joined us at the June celebration of Cary greenways at Bond Park, to premier sponsor, UNC Rex Healthcare for supporting our anniversary event!
BUD TV Celebrates 40 Years of Cary Greenways
Cary is a Walk-Friendly Community!
Walk Friendly Communities (WFC) re-designated Cary as a National Walk-Friendly Community at a new Silver Level status (previously bronze) on April 25, 2017. Learn More
All About Cary Greenways
- Rules and Regulations
- Greenway Data
- Bike Hike Map
- Parks, Recreation And Cultural Resources Master Plan
- Current Projects
- KML 2015 File of Existing Greenways
- Greenway Counts Program
GREENWAY TRAILS ARE OPEN DAWN TO DUSK