Fred G. Bond Metro Park, at 310 acres, is one of the largest municipal parks in Wake County. Like an oasis in the middle of town, the park design preserves the environment and offers opportunities for many types of recreation.
Please see the table below for the current status of Bond Park facilities.
|Bond Park||Open Dawn to Dusk|
|Lazy Days Playground||Open|
|Park Shelters||Open - First Come, First Served.|
|Baseball/Softball fields||Open - First Come, First Served.|
|Bond Park Boathouse||Closed - No concession|
|Boat Rentals||Closed - No rentals|
|Bond Lake||Open to Season Launch Pass holders.|
|Bond Park Community Center||Closed|
|Bond Park Challenge Course||Closed|
|Compost Education Center||Open|
|Senior Center||Open for Early Voting.|
We are not accepting reservations at this time. All shelters are on a first come, first served basis.
Boathouse - Closed
Find bait, snacks, ice cream, snow cones, drinks, and more -- all for sale at the beautiful Boathouse nestled among the pines on the waterfront of Bond Lake.
Bond Park offers a basic orienteering course of the point-to-point variety, with a start, a series of controls to be visited, and designated finish. Use the Bond basic map with control points or the master map with the master control markers to create your own course.
Challenge Course - Closed
An outdoor learning facility that encourages individuals and groups to see their potential through a graduated progression of challenge activities that foster personal growth and improved teamwork.
All facilities are integrated into the natural setting. Visitors may enjoy picnics, play ball on the athletic fields, see a performance in the amphitheater, walk along the trails, or play on the Lazy Daze Playground. The Bond Park Community Center and the Cary Senior Center are within the park boundaries.