The Latest Info: 9/20/2018 Phases 1 and 2 are complete! The path can be accessed from both the Lake Pine entrance and the Community Park entrance. Phase 3 is now underway, with the Yellow and Orange being closed (as shown on map below).
-------------------------- Original Post: 7/17/2018
The paved greenway around Lake Pine at Apex Community Park will be resurfaced late this summer. Portions of the greenway (about half at one time) will be closed beginning August 6th. We anticipate several weeks of work until the project is complete, depending on weather and other factors.
The Apex Community Park greenway is one of our most popular walking trails, and was last resurfaced in the early 2000's. Since then, the greenway has experienced some cracking due to root growth and regular use, as well as erosion along the shoulder of the path.
Over 3 miles of developed nature and fitness trails (Two miles paved, One mile natural walking trail)
Outdoor courts for tennis and basketball
50+ acre lake Apex residents (defined as those persons residing within the corporate limits,) whenever fishing, must have in their possession a Town fishing permit which they may obtain at the Apex Community Center free of charge upon showing proof of residency. Non-residents must have in their possession, a Town of Apex Fishing Permit which they may obtain at the Apex Community Center. Non-resident permit fees vary depending on age.
Canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, sailboards, john boats (not exceeding 14 ft in length) and rowing skulls are allowed on the lake and must be launched from the designated launch site only. Permits are available at the Community Center.