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. The Walk-Friendly designation is based on community efforts to expand opportunities for walking and improve pedestrian safety across a wide range of programs and activities, from planning and design to outreach and law enforcement. Highlights from Cary's renewal include its robust trail system, bike and hike mobile application, way finding signage, connectivity policy, the newly adopted Cary Community Plan, Watch for Me NC program partnership and the sidewalk request program. Learn more about the Walk-Friendly Community program and Cary's involvement.
The Town of Cary has historically supported and developed opportunities for pedestrian use of its parks and surroundings. Within its parks, there are numerous miles of natural walking trails. Complementing these inside park trails is a system of greenways criss-crossing Cary that the Town continues to develop.
- General Information
- Greenway Data
- 2015-16 Bike Hike Map
- Bike & Hike Cary Mobile App in the iOS or Android store
- 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