Walking Kanga (our Labradoodle) on the American Tobacco Trail

Last weekend, my husband Joe and I took our 1 1/2 year old mini labradoodle , Kanga Ru, for a short drive from our Preston neighborhood in Cary, NC to the American Tobacco Trail.    While Kanga had to be on her leash, per the trial rules, we all had a great time just enjoying our walk.  We accessed the path at the White Oak Trailhead just off of Green Level Church Road.  The actual address is 1305 White Oak Church Road, Apex, NC  27523.

Kangu Ru ready for her walk!

Kangu Ru ready for her walk!

We passed a lot of bikers and walkers.  I think next time we will bring along some friends who have a labradoodle as well.  In our real estate business, LG Real Estate, plenty buyers are always asking about local things to do in Cary.  I can’t believe how long it has taken me to enjoy this option that is so close and accessable to our home.  Do you have any ideas for local outings?

One thought on “Walking Kanga (our Labradoodle) on the American Tobacco Trail

  1. For a User map of the American Tobacco Trail (ATT) near Cary, as well as the rest of it, please go to: http://www.triangletrails.org/ATT.HTM

    The Chatham County portion of the ATT (from the Wake County line to the south to the Durham County line to the north) is currently under construction and closed to users. It will be complete by the end of August.

    At that time, users will be able to enjoy over thirteen miles of continuous trail!

    Have fun on the ATT!

    Bill Bussey
    Triangle Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
    919 545-9104

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