Located just off US-1, US-64, and I-440, Regency Parkway has access to wooded walking and biking trails in Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve, Lochmere Park, and the Symphony Lake and Swift Creek Greenways. Concerts and movie nights throughout the summer months are hosted at Symphony Lake and Koka Booth Amphitheatre; both are within walking distance of any building in the park.
Koka Booth Amphitheater
Koka Booth Amphitheatre provides an abundance of events for the Triangle area including Summerfest with the North Carolina Symphony, Movies by Moonlight with WakeMed, assorted music series, races, and more. With over 60 events just between April-October, Koka Booth is an important staple to the Cary area. Positioned in a 14-acre wooded area next to Symphony Lake, the Amphitheatre has a capacity of 7,000 people with options to sit on the open lawn or the Crescent Deck.
Swift Creek Greenway
Running along the northern border of the Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve, the 1.2 mile trail, including the asphalt, was created completely of recycled materials, making it the first greenway of its kind in the nation. On a walk through the Swift Creek Greenway, you will pass by Ritter Park where the main trailhead is located. The greenway is open from dawn to dusk so there is plenty of time for walking, running, biking, and more.