Fred G. Bond Park is the largest municipal park in Wake County, NC.
At 310 acres, it includes seven ballparks, several picnic shelters, a 300 seat amphitheatre, trails and greenways, The 16,000 square foot Cary Senior Center, a 29,000 square foot Community Center, a large playground, picnic tables, and a 42 acre lake complete with a boathouse, boat rentals, boat launch, and a deck with screen porch, and rocking chair for relaxing and viewing the lake.
Bond Park is a favorite play area for Cary residents of all ages. While it is busiest during the summer sports, picnic and fishing seasons, Bond Park hosts many activities all through the year. Local real estate agents love to mention that their listings ad neighborhoods are very near to this gem of a park.
Seven Ballparks like this:
Kiwanis Picnic Shelter:
Bond Park Community Center:
Boathouse complex views:
The lake is popular with amateur fishermen.
Various waterfowl enjoying the shallow end of the lake.
Check out the Bond Park slide show on Flickr: