Bond Park

Named for former Cary mayor Fred G. Bond, Bond Park is a 310-acre urban oasis in the heart of Cary.  The park offers more than four miles of walking trails, a lake, athletic fields, picnic shelters and many other features for the entire family.  The Sertoma Amphitheatre is nestled in the center of the park and offers many free concerts during the summer, as well as occasional special performances by traveling artists.  The 42-acre lake offers year-round fishing and boat rentals from April through October.  Rent a paddle boat, row boat or sail boat for a small fee, or fish from shore for free.

 Numerous classes are available at Bond Park through Cary Parks and Recreation, including fishing, boating, orienteering, a ropes course, and many fitness classes.  There are indoor classes offered for dancing, crafts, yoga, games and many other activities at the community center and the senior center located inside the park.  Many of the park's facilities can be rented for private functions.

 

 

Bond Park Community Center

(919) 462-3970

The community center is used for day camps, teen programs, classes and special events.  The 29,000 sq foot facility was built in 2000, and has three full time staff members and several part time specialists.

Bond Park Senior Center

(919) 469-4081

The Bond Park Senior Center is home of Resources for Seniors, Inc., and information and referral service; and SeniorNet, which provides computer resources and training to seniors.  The 17,000 sq foot facility was designed for activities for adults 55 years or older.  There are activities every day, including fitness and enrichment classes.  Numerous senior groups meet at the center.

801 High House Road,
Cary, NC 27513
(919) 469-4100

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