Location, Location, Location. – Quietly tucked away in the heart of Cary, this combination of single family and town homes was one of Cary’s first Planned Unit Developments (PUDs). Large hardwoods throughout the community and walking trails that lead to the pool and volleyball court give you that "I am home" feeling.
With 155 detached homes and 155 townhomes in the Pirates' Cove neighborhood, there is something here for everyone: families with children, single people, retired folks, garden lovers and those who don't want yard work.
We have a must-see neighborhood!
Committee members needed to review detached home Usage Rules. Please click here to read about the process and to see how you can participate.
There will be two information meetings at the clubhouse:
- Thursday, August 13th 1:00-3:30 pm
- Thursday, August 20th at 7:00-8:30 pm
You can click here to see the current Detached Home Usage Rules.
Check out the Social Activities page to sign up for some great upcoming activities.
Pirates' Cove is currently looking for a Chair for the Amenities committees. In addition, someone is needed to edit and publish the monthly newsletter. If you are interested in helping out, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The pool will be open until Labor Day, Sept. 7, this year. Please check out the Pool page for updated pool policies & hours, key card application forms, and adult swim waivers for before hours access to the pool.
Pirates' Cove is managed by Omega Association Management.
Contact them at 919-461-0102 with HOA questions. Individual contact information for Omega personnel can be found on our Contact Us page.
HOA Meetings (held at the clubhouse)
Annual Meeting - 2nd Thursday in January 7:30 p.m.
HOA Board - 2nd Monday of each month 7:00 p.m.
Check the calendar for dates and times of all committee meetings.
Pirates Cove community members use a Google Group distribution list to send broadcast announcements about social and community events happening in the neighborhood, as well as newsletters and some committee information. It's a good way to find out what's going on and to join the discussion. You don't need a gmail address to join, although a Google ID is required to access the web-based interface. You control how often you receive emailed updates.
Click to subscribe (or unsubscribe) to this Google Group.
This Google Group is run by members of the community and, unless otherwise specified, posts represent the opinions of individual members, not the HOA board or affiliates.
The main thoroughfare in Pirates' Cove is Seabrook Avenue, which runs between Maynard Avenue near the intersection with Walnut Street and Cary Parkway near the Cary Parkway exit from US 1/64.
From RTP: Take US I-40 E to Cary Towne Blvd (Exit 291). Turn right onto Cary Towne Blvd and go past the mall entrance. Turn left onto Maynard Road. Go through the next intersection (Walnut Street), Collington Drive (where some of our townhomes are located) is the first left turn. Seabrook Avenue is the second left turn.
From the East on US I-40: Take exit 293 to US 1/64 South. Take exit 101A for Walnut Street/Shopping Centers. Turn left onto Walnut Street & go approximately 1 mile, just past Cary Towne Center mall entrances. Turn left onto Maynard Road. Collington Drive (where some of our townhomes are located) is the first left turn. Seabrook Avenue is the second left turn.