Sometimes, taking in the great outdoors is the best therapy there is. But, if you’re new to Apex, you might not have the scoop on the best places to do that. Let us help you out with our guide to Apex, NC parks and recreation.
When you’re strolling around the lake on Apex Community Park’s well-maintained greenway, all your worries seem to vanish. Local anglers love casting a line into the placid waters, and little visitors are thrilled to see the local wildlife in such abundance. Sports fans will find plenty to like, too. Apex Community Park boasts three baseball fields, two batting cages, two soccer fields, three volleyball courts, six tennis courts, and four basketball courts. Oh, and there’s also a playground. If you can’t find something fun to do here, check your pulse.
At Crowder District Park, visitors and their four-legged friends always have a blast. The park’s extensive trail system makes for great hiking and biking, and the shady playgrounds beckon adventurous youngsters. A perfect place for tossing a Frisbee and eating a picnic lunch.
Small, in-town parks are perfect for a quick getaway, but sometimes you need the Great outdoors, with a capital ‘G’. When you need to get out into the wild, Jordan Lake is the place to go. This capacious lake has nearly 14,000 acres of water, meaning there’s plenty of room for watersports, swimming, and fishing. There are nine recreational areas in all, including the Crosswinds Campground, Ebenezer Church, and Poplar Point.