Cary, North Carolina Is Great For FamiliesCary, NC, a suburb of Raleigh, was recognized as the number five best place to live in the nation by Money Magazine and is also was the fifth fastest growing municipality in the United States in 2006-2007. It’s the perfect place to raise a family in with so many fun-filled activities to enjoy. From festivals to sports to local annual events, there’s really several opportunities to grow together as a family. In fact, Cary has 26 public parks, preserves and sports venues and over 46 miles of trails.
Cary is also a great place for families with children still in school, it has numerous public schools including Green Hope High School and Cary High School. It also has a few private schools including Cary Academy and Grace Christian School.
The Cary parks are also a nice place for families to spend some quality time. There’s the Thomas Brooks Park which boasts four baseball and softball fields, a batting cage, two basketball courts and two soccer fields. For those who love skating, there’s Skate Park which is a 12,000 square feet outdoor street course composed of rails, banks, grind ledges, half-pipes and even a summer skateboarding camp. The Cary Ice house is another haven for sports lover where residents can enjoy a game of hockey or figure skate. The largest public aquatic facility in North Carolina is in Cary too. It has three pools including a competition pool.
The Koka Booth Amphitheatre is a popular landmark in Cary, NC. With the capacity to hold as much as 7,000 people, it hosted many festival, events, concerts and even hosts the annual Cary 5K and 10K. Performers that have played here include celebrities such as B.B King, Bob Dylan, Hootie and the Blowfish, Dave Matthews Band, Tracy Chapman, Sheryl Crow and much more. In this summer, the Kooka Booth Amphitheatre hosts “Movies by Moonlight” as well as a “Summerfest Symphony Series”.
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