Comfort Suites Regency Park
350 Ashville Avenue
Cary, NC 27518
Phone: (919) 852-4318
Fax: (919) 854-4398
What makes this amphitheater different is its unique and memorable location. Built within Regency Park of Cary, North Carolina, tall pines and hardwoods surround this venue and provides the perfect backdrop for concerts, festivals and movies. The North Carolina Symphony regularly plays at this amphitheater. Other artists who have graced the stage include Jack Johnson, Kings of Leon and Elvis Costello. Catch a movie by moonlight or watch your favorite artist serenade the crowd.
This is for all the nature lovers. The Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve is among the few nature preserves of the state that has a distinct flora and fauna. Featuring shaded walking trails, boardwalks, a gift shop and the Stevens Nature Center, this scenic location is home to many mountain plant species, mammals, reptiles, birds, insects and amphibians. The nature center offers interactive exhibits which gives information about the natural history of Piedmont and also gives educational programs on the environment all through the year.
A play area for children seven years of age and under, this entertainment venue includes a pretend office, a log cabin, a kitchen, puppets and a stage, activities, and a game room, as well as a cafe area for adults.
This fun filled venue offers a water park experience in a natural setting and includes many different slides, a wave pool, a canal, a concession stand beside the white sandy beach, a multi-level diving platform, and a five-story giant water slide. Paddle boat rides, bumper boats, and floats also are available. The park is closed from October to April.
Kids can climb on a 17 foot rock climbing wall, play over 20 arcade games, and explore the gigantic indoor playground that includes three slides while at this very unique family fun venue that also serves great American food with group food packages available.
Beautiful 33 acre park that offers environmental education programs, picnicking, playgrounds, accessible trails, and an almost three acre pond for fishing and wildlife viewing.
One of the largest municipal parks in Wake County, this 310 acre park includes picnic shelters, athletic fields, a 42 acre fishing and recreation lake, boat rentals, fitness and hiking trails, a children's playground, and an amphitheater.
This fishing and boating lake is known for its large mouth bass and crappie fishing plus includes a 301 acre park that includes paved greenway trails, picnic tables, grill areas, and boat rentals.
Enjoy two decorative miniature golf courses, 3 exciting go-kart tracks, a rock wall and bungee trampoline, an arcade room and a snack shack offering pizza, hot dogs, nachos and drinks.
Centered around a restored gristmill that is the only remaining gristmill in Wake County, this park also features numerous trails, outdoor classrooms, research labs, ponds, and boardwalks.
One of the newest sports and entertainment facilities in America, the PNC arena is home of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes and North Carolina State University's men's basketball team. They also frequently host concerts, ice shows, circuses, corporate meetings and trade shows. The Center iss a vital part of the Raleigh community. Amenities include three concourses, 75 luxury suites, and restaurants.
Carter Finley Stadium is home to North Carolina State University's Wolfpack. It has a 51,500 seat capacity that is often stretched to its limit during football season. The stadium honors Wilbert James (Nick) Carter (1902-1972), Harry Clifton Carter (1908-1990), and Albert Earle Finley (1895-1985). The two Carter brothers graduated from NC State's school of Textiles and became top executives in the J. P. Stevens Company. Finley, who eventually started his own business, the Raleigh Tractor and Equipment Company, always kept an active interest in supporting the college.