Lexie Lane Park
Kids don’t have to venture too far to find a little active, outdoor entertainment in the heart of Cary, and the Lexie Lane Park is just one example of the abundance of community green spaces where kids can run wild. Located on the outskirts of downtown Cary, this pretty and residential park is a popular destination for locals of all ages who want to get outside, stretch their legs, and have some fun.
Reaching the Lexie Lane Park
Is located just off of West Chatham Street and Harrison Avenue, and is situated next to a series of popular communities including the Towns of Madison, the Pine Ridge Apartments, Highland Village, Oakwood Heights, and Madison Oaks. Located along the residential street of North Dixon Avenue, and close to the Cary Recycling Drop-off site, the park has a nice neighborhood feel that is devoid of heavy traffic – a big plus for local residents who are concerned about safety.
Park goers can connect with the site via a drive along West Chatham Road or Old Apex Road, which are both just a hop, skip and a jump away from the park itself.
About the Lexie Lane Park
Lexie Lane Park is open from sunrise to sunset, although visitors that are participating in an approved extended use activity, (such as a game of softball or basketball), can use the park until 11 p.m. or roughly 30 minutes after the end of the game or activity.
The park features a baseball / softball field, a basketball slab for pick up games, a playground, and on site restrooms for the convenience of visitors. Recreational and sports leagues both call the Lexie Lane Park a home base for a myriad of games and activities, and there’s also a sheltered picnic area for easy lunches in between the fun and games.
A popular destination for active locals of all ages, the Lexie Lane Park is a fine example of how accommodating Cary can be when it comes to ample fun in the sun.