In support of Wake County’s announcement of restrictions designed to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Cary has closed playgrounds effective Monday, March 23 at 8 a.m. until further notice. Greenways, parks, and restrooms within parks will remain open at this time. Per Governor Cooper's Executive Order 147, masks are now required in all public spaces where social distancing is not possible at all times. Learn more.
Robert V. Godbold Park is like multiple parks in one! It features tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, and trails.
- Six tennis courts (lighted) available on a first-come, first serve basis when not being utilized by a Town of Cary program, and are free of charge.
- Two basketball slabs (lighted)
- Picnic tables
- Trail with exercise stations
- Dog Park - Passes can be purchased for this off-leash dog park at any of the Town's community centers. The passes are valid for Jack Smith Park and Godbold Dog Park.
- Sk8-Cary Skate Park
Google Maps directions to Robert V. Godbold Park.
Sunrise to Sunset. In lighted areas where visitors are participating in an approved extended use activity, hours are extended until 30 minutes after the completion of the activity or 10 p.m.
For all tennis related inquiries, please contact the Cary Tennis Park at (919) 462-2061.