Cary is a large suburb of North Carolina’s capital city, Raleigh. It is located in Wake County but some small areas reach out to Lake Crabtree County and Chatham County as well. Cary is a popular spot to visit because it is part of the Raleigh-Durham Research Triangle, which is well known for having prestigious universities and a growing tech scene. Cary has a long and interesting history, which can be learned about at the North Carolina Museum. Visitors have ample opportunity to see many historic sites and spend some time outdoors; Lake Crabtree and Lake Johnson are especially delightful.
Make sure to check out the PNC Arena, home of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes and is also the home facility for the North Carolina State University Wolfpack basketball games. The Raleigh-based arena is also next door to Carter-Finley Stadium, the football field for the Wolfpack, and the whole area is utilized as fairgrounds for the annual North Carolina State Fair.
Cary’s Sree Venkateswara Temple of North Carolina might be an unexpected sight but it is beautiful regardless. The Hindu temple is has ornate decorations and much cherished by the local community. The temple welcomes everyone wanting to learn more about Hindu culture or those who simply just want to walk around a spiritual place and snap a couple of pictures.
William B Umstead State Park is a beautiful park where you can walk around nature and explore the many paths that weave through forest and past lakes. Additionally, the Historic Yates Mill County Park is a top choice for those wanting to get outside but also get a taste of history. The old mill is very interesting and tour guides will be happy to show visitors around.
The Cary Arts Center is a small museum that houses a number of events and nice pieces of art. It is also a good place to learn a little bit about Cary’s history.
Those that like golf will love this area of North Carolina. Make sure to visit the Lochmere Golf Club, which is a wonderful course that is surrounded by the never-ending beauty of North Carolina nature.
The best areas to stay in Cary are Weston Lakeside or Weston Oaks. This area is a bit further away from the commercial center of Cary but it is right on the lake shore. Rentals and accommodations here are tranquil and often have some stunning views. And while they are a bit more isolated, there are still some great restaurants and shopping areas near some of the lakes.
The best time to visit Cary, NC is September. The heat and humidity of summer will be slowly fading away, so it is an ideal time to explore the great outdoors. At this point school will be back in session so many of the bars and neighborhoods near the university will be buzzing.
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