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Senior Resources in Cary

Often overshadowed by the bordering larger metropolitan cities of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, which make up the “Research Triangle” area, Cary is the seventh largest municipality in North Carolina. It is often considered one of the safest major cities in the US, due to its low crime rate. The Triangle area is frequently ranked among the top regions in the country to live or work, to find a home or start a business, and to raise a family or retire. Among the accolades, Money Magazine names Cary fifth in their annual list of “Best Places to Live” issue. Cary is home to hard-working professionals, and has one of the highest median household incomes in the state. The city boasts abundant attractions from tree-lined streets, world-class businesses, and acclaimed higher education institutions such as Duke, North Carolina State, and the University of North Carolina. All of these attractions make Cary a very desirable city to retire.

Active Outdoor Lifestyles

Another fact that makes Cary attractive to active retirees is the numerous parks, greenways, and trails within the city. Cary has nearly 40 greenway trails for biking and hiking. Cary is committed to supporting and developing its parks and greenways with many miles of natural walking trails, as well as a system of greenways the crisscross the town of Cary.

Cary Senior Center

Located within the Fred G. Bond Metro Park, the Cary Senior Center offers residents 55 and older a chance to enjoy their retirement years by engaging with friends in fitness and lifestyle classes, recreation activities, art and technology programs, and clubs to suit a variety of tastes and interests. You can see all that the center has to offer here.

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C-Train

For seniors who are no longer driving, or who wish to stay out of the hustle and bustle of work commuters on the highways and interstates, seniors have two options for public transportation in and around the city of Cary: door-to-door services and fixed-route services. According to Cary’s transportation department, Cary citizens who are 60 and older or who have a medical disability are eligible to register for door-to-door transit, a shared ride service that picks up riders and takes them to a specific destination. Seniors may also choose to ride one of six fixed routes at discounted rates. C-Tran connects to Triangle Transit, which provide transportation options around the Triangle. For more information, visit their site here.

Continuing Education Opportunities

A lifelong quest for learning doesn’t end with retirement. That’s why continuing education opportunities are important for many seniors. Surrounded by three major universities, learning opportunities abound for seniors in Cary, particularly at Duke University, one of the country’s largest lifelong learning programs. Seniors can take classes in art and architecture, computers and photography, language and literature, and history and current affairs, just to name a few. For more information, or to download a catalog, you can visit their site here.

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