12401 Wake Union Church Rd
Wake Forest, NC 27587-7436
Phone: (919) 556-4007
Fax: (919) 570-0525
12401 Wake Union Church Rd, Wake Forest, NC, US, 27587-7436
- Phone: (919) 556-4007
- Fax: (919) 570-0525
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Oakwood is an enchanting neighborhood of restored and carefully maintained Victorian and Antebellum homes. It offers an ideal view for a stroll. Lovely anytime of the year, Oakwood is truly at its finest at the annual Christmas Candlelight Tour and in the spring, when the gardens put on their best show. Bordered by Franklin, Watauga, Linden, Jones and Person Streets. Close to the Executive Mansion.
An area family favorite with drop-in child care and affordable camp options for five to twelve-year olds with fun themes, activities, field trips, and energetic programming throughout the year. Schedules for traditional, year-round, or home-schooled kids. RightTime KiDS Camps fit your children's interests and your family's budget. Full day and half-day options and discounts for siblings.
Farm activities and events for the whole family, whether strictly for fun or for education, are available on this 55 acre farm that is a great destination for fieldtrips, birthdays, or simply to have fun. Hayrides, picnics, and train rides are among the activities that can be found at this farm.
Located on the shores of Falls Lake, this environmentally friendly park offers educational programs, demonstration areas, and exhibits, as well as open-play fields, children's playgrounds, a variety of trails, and picnic areas.
There are five miles of hiking trails, a bird and butterfly garden, self-guided trails, lakes, streams, scenic overlooks, and two rental lodges on site at this magnificent 256 acre nature park.
Located just north of Raleigh in Wake Forest, near beautiful Falls Lake, Happy Trails Farm offers guided trail rides, summer & track out camp, birthday parties, lessons, boarding, and hosts events. They take pride in maintaining a casual, family-oriented atmosphere that provides the best environment for every kind of horse enthusiast.
Anyone who has ever kept a dog knows how happy and enthusiastic he or she gets when they are taken out for a walk. It is even better and and more emphatic when the dog is taken to a park and just allowed to roam free and mingle with other furry four-legged friends. At the Millbrook Exchange Dog Park, one of only three off-the-leash dog parks in Raleigh, the atmosphere is filled with happy and playful 'bow wows' and 'yaps'. The massive park has three areas: the 'Large' Dog Park; the 'Small' Dog Park' and the Picnic Shelter. The first area is more suitable for young, big and dogs with a restless spirit who need to just run, run and run; the second is more suitable for old, small and dogs who might be recovering from any illness; the third area lies between the two other areas, and it is where you can relax with your dog and eat a sandwich or two and spend some time with your dog. However, there are certain strict rules that need heeding at the park, so do read them up before your visit.
An indoor children's play area that features a large inflatable, Xbox 360 with Kinect, basketball, arcade console, train table, market, play kitchen, and toddler zone.
This park, centered around Shelley Lake, a 53-acre (21-hectare) waterway, offers trails that are popular with cyclists and nature goers. Take a leisurely walk around the lake and enjoy the natural setting, have a picnic, go fishing, paddle a canoe or rowboat around the lake, or just sit and watch the sailboats go by. Admission is free.
The whole family will have fun at this amusement center that includes three challenging 18 hole miniature golf courses, a multi-level laser tag arena, a quarter mile go-kart track, batting cages, and a video game room with over 100 video and prize games. A cafe is also on site.
This beautiful historic structure called the Henry L. Kamphoefner House is known to be the first home to be built in the Modernist style. Constructed in the mid 20th century, the structure was designed in the Usonian style of architecture. The structure stands unique in the was it is constructed and oriented in it's interiors and exteriors. Henry L. Kamphoefner who was the dean of the School of Design was encouraged with several awards pertaining to fine arts, etc.
An "All Children's Playground" with tunnels, bridges, towers, and swings that are constructed to accommodate children of all physical abilities is the feature of this park that also offers athletic fields, a recreation center, and a picnic area.