Cary’s Newest Disc Golf Course: Diavolo at New Hope

Cary, NC — For a January afternoon, yesterday was unusually warm, making for a great day to explore the newly opened Diavolo at New Hope Disc Golf Course.

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The Basics of Biking Around Cary

Cary, NC — If this North Carolina weather is going to continue reaching into the 60s and 70s through fall, there’s no excuse to not dust off your bike and hit the trails and roadways of Cary.

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Cary Public Art: Brick Sculptures Bring Charm to Cary Greenway

Cary, NC — Many who have biked or walked the Black Creek Greenway have stumbled upon the perplexing works of North Carolina brick sculptor, Brad Spencer.

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Biking Survey Open for Cary Residents

Cary, NC — For current bikers and aspiring ones too, there’s a new, quick survey allowing residents to make suggestions about the Town of Cary’s future biking accessibility.

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Outdoor Cary: Paddling Lake Crabtree

Cary, NC — The dreaded NC humidity took the day off last Tuesday, so I jumped at the chance to hit the water. Searching around, I found a great spot that’s easily accessible and doesn’t require a boat launch fee—Lake Crabtree.

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Cary Purchases 200+ Acres for Recreation, Preservation

Cary, NC – After a year’s effort, the Town of Cary has purchased of 217 acres of former farmland along Earnest Jones Rd in Chatham County. Cary plans to eventually use the land for recreational activities and open space preservation. Read more

Gardening: Help Local Wildlife with a Pollinator Garden

Cary, NC — Many people, especially this Spring, are taking up gardening to add beauty to their homes or to find some relaxation. With a pollinator garden, you can have these same components in your life while also helping the environment.

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Cary’s Rare and Unusual Birds

Cary, NC — We are still being asked to stay at home through additional weeks but thankfully there is so much to observe about birds. 

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State Parks and NC Beaches Reopen

Cary, NC — As COVID-19 cases continue to slowly drop, so do the “Closed” signs and on the gates of public recreation hubs across the state.

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Ashley’s Journal: Birds in my Backyard

Cary, NC — Someone recently asked me, “What is something that was always there before the pandemic that you didn’t notice until staying home?” After a moment of thought, I answered “the birds.”

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