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PARKS PART THREE 164 REGISTER ONLINE: Urban Park 414 E. Chatham Street, 27511 Tucked into a small wooded area, Urban Park is the perfect spot to burn a little energy on two play structures, a sandbox, and four swings atop a rubber play surface. Hours: Sunrise to sunset Features: A basketball slab, playground, and picnic tables. Veterans Freedom Park 1513 North Harrison Avenue, 27513 The Veterans Freedom Park features a memorial court of service flags and benches leading up to a stunning 90-foot white granite spire. The five seals from each branch of the military circle the base of the spire, creating an intimate and inviting space for reflection. Hours: Sunrise to sunset Features: Freedom Tower with seating, seals from each branch of the military, memorial service flags court, and an open space. Walnut Street Park 1420 Walnut Street, 27511 Walnut Street Park is not to be missed. Park visitors may stroll down the brick promenade, walk the scenic paved trails, overlook wetlands on boardwalks, play on the playground, or have a picnic in the open lawn. Hours: Sunrise to sunset Features: Brick pedestrian promenade with integrated public art, open space lawn (1.4 acres), picnic shelter & picnic tables, playground, paved loop trail (1 mile = 2.5 loops), natural mulch trail, boardwalks, restroom facility, and parking. White Oak Park 1216 Jenks Carpenter Road, 27519 This park features Cary's outdoor pickleball courts, where everyone is welcome and encouraged to play! Don't play pickleball? Shoot hoops, have a picnic, or run free in the open play field. Hours: Sunrise to sunset Features: 1 basketball slab, 3 pickleball courts, 1 open play field, playground picnic shelter, picnic tables, and restrooms. WALNUT STREET PARK The Town of Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation and encourages individuals with and without disabilities to participate together. In order for individuals with disabilities to participate as fully as possible, reasonable modifications will be provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please see the Specialized Recreation section on page 135 for more details. AN INCLUSIVE APPROACH

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