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The Panther Creek Greenway is a multiuse trail winding through the neighborhoods of Cary Park and Cameron Pond in northwest Cary. The picturesque trail meanders along the shores of Cary Park Lake and Panther Creek, through woodlands and parks, and connects to the surrounding residential areas.
The greenway provides a scenic route for walking, running, cycling, and other outdoor activities. Its western end is where Panther Creek meets Cary Park Lake and can be accessed from the dead end of Belles Landing Court. Following along the edge of the lake, the trail offers gorgeous views of the water on one side and has houses along the other. Trees and low brush provide shade. Crossing Cary Glen Boulevard and passing under Green Level Church Road, the route meanders around Mills School Park and has a spur trail which provides a connection south to Mills School and the little shopping center just south of the school.
Passing under the Western Wake Freeway, the trail curves north along the edge of residential areas and woodlands to its northeast endpoint at the intersection of Highcroft Drive and Pamlico Bay Drive. Throughout the route, the trail has numerous short spurs that provide access to the surrounding neighborhoods. The paved trail is wide, flat, and likely accessible for those using mobility devices.
Parking is available in several small lots at the dead end of Cary Reserve Drive and by the small neighborhood playground at the intersection of Glenwater Drive and Buhrstone Drive.
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