Morrisville is located at the west of the airport and south of The Research Triangle Park. The town is blessed with a variety of cultures from around the world which is celebrated at the colorful East Meets West Festival. Morrisville is the perfect place for anyone seeking a simple, exciting and peaceful lifestyle. And for the fun seekers, its a place you simply can’t afford to overlook.

The Grace Park or Park West Village is a great place to shop, while the Triangle Rock Club (Southeast’s largest indoor rock-climbing facility) is always not a bad idea to visit. The Club features a wide range of indoor climbing including bouldering. This huge gym possesses a 55-foot climb, a lead-climbing cave and lots more for your maximum pleasure.

The East Meets West Festival is a festival for everyone including the foodies. You get to taste dishes from across the globe, all in one place. Awesome, isn’t it? Well, wait till you get to the RDU Observation Park which provides you with breathtaking views of the RDU International Airport runways and Air Traffic Control Tower. Or the 37-acre Cedar Fork District Park which provides a variety of recreational opportunities. Nothing everything can be said, you just have to visit the town to enjoy its surplus goodies!

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Historically, travelers from near and far visits a quaint town now called Fuquay-Varina seeking the Fuquay mineral spring’s healing powers. Today, the story may have changed but the quaint town still remains a desired destination for people looking for a fun-filled and thrilling adventure or a weekend getaway. Due to its welcoming culture, the vibrant, family-friendly community has witnessed a 200% increase in its population over the past decade with approximately 19,000 citizens. There is a host of events to attend, exciting things to do and places to visit in this colorful town.

The Fuquay Mineral Spring Park represents the Fuquay-Varina’s center attraction in the past. It features a restored Springhouse, picnic tables perfect for you and your loved ones, brick pathway, landscaped grounds, footbridge and more.

For the beer enthusiasts, the aviator brewery is certainly a place you can’t afford to ignore. It produces 16 beers as well as Crazy Sauce (an award-winning hot sauce sold by the bottle at Aviator’s two restaurants).

While as a lover of arts, the Ashley’s Art Gallery is just the place to be. The Gallery showcases a wide array of different artworks from various artists and time periods. You get to view the art being displayed and also purchase paintings and pottery. In addition, there is the Museums of Fuquay-Varina which display artifacts such as quilts, furniture and memoirs, from the past. The list goes on and on.

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Holly Springs

This beautiful town started as a crossroads close to springs of fresh water at a place where there were several holly trees. Historically, travelers stopped by the springs to quench their thirst and rest a bit before proceeding on their journey. Consequently, the town of Holly Springs has a welcoming culture and its also a home to all with several fun activities to keep you entertained.

For fishing enthusiasts, you can make a point to go to the Bass Lake Park and Retreat Centre where a relatively big lake is stocked full of fish for your entertainment. And regardless of your age or lifestyle, you can be sure to be in awe of the Holly Springs Cultural Center which is the acclaimed home to southwestern Wake County dance, theater, music and more.

The Town of Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department provides you with an extensive network of parks, greenways, facilities as well as a variety of athletic fields. And just across the street from Holly Springs Town Hall in the East Center Street Public Parking Lot, is where the special events of Holly Springs Farmers Market and Farm-to-Table Chef Series is held. These special events feature fresh local produce and artisanal foods, kids’ activities, giveaway prizes, live music, monthly cooking demonstrations and lots more. The town of Holly Springs is always a great option to either be your home or your home away from home!

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This is a small town boasting an outstanding quality of life thanks to the abundance of recreational and cultural arts opportunities, several acres of award-winning parkland as well as a wide range of dining and shopping options. It just a stone throw from the heart of the bustling state capital – downtown Raleigh (about 10 minutes).

Virtually everything you can think of concerning superb arts, recreational amenities and entertainment is available in abundance. You can catch a production by the Towne Players of Garner which is named ‘Best Community Theater in the Triangle’, visit Garner Performing Arts Center in the downtown district, or perhaps you’d prefer a concert by a world class artiste making a special appearance at the hugely popular Broadway Voices series. The community is also known for being blessed with several budding talents, so attending its annual Showcase of Talent which holds in February may mean you get to see a future celebrity. Miss North Carolina 2012 Arlie Honeycutt showcased her talents at the GPAC annual event, as did ‘American Idol’ winner Scott McCreery.

The town’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department provides you with numerous special events throughout the year. So now you know when you’re in the town of Garner, there’s is no such thing as boredom, as there is always something happening throughout the year.

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Clayton has something in store for everyone. From the outdoors to the arts, this lovely town offer educational, fun and exciting activities for citizens and visitors of every age and lifestyle.

It is a home to Clemmons Educational State Forest that provides you with educational programs, camping, hiking, nature trails as well as picnic facilities, while the golf courses and local parks provide a wide range of recreational opportunities. You get to view several performing arts series offered by The Clayton Center which attracts numerous national touring companies, productions as well as local concerts to the town.

There is also the Clayton Harvest Festival – sponsored by the Clayton Chamber of Commerce. This annual festival feature arts and crafts, amusements, antique car show and lots of food vendors for your delight and utmost satisfaction.

And to put icing on the cake, the Clayton Farm and Community Market opens seasonally from April to October offering farm-fresh produce, local honey, colorful flowers for decoration and lots more.

And finally, the Clayton Fear Farm which is provided by Boyette Farms for their visitors is suitable for kids. So you can be sure your whole family including the little ones will have the time of their lives in Clayton!

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‘Small Town, Big Charm’, that’s Wendell’s motto and all you need do to agree is to take a look around. At Wendell, you won’t find it difficult to get fun things to do or exciting events to attend. Many great events such as the free International Food and Music Festival (which features ethnic food, live entertainment, raffles, games as well as a silent auction), Wendell Harvest Festival, Wendell Wonderland, Spring Fling, and lots more are hosted in the town throughout the year.

For food lovers, you get to handpick fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers at an affordable rate at the popular Wendell Farmer’s Market. While as an outdoor enthusiast, you get to stroll to Robertson Millpond Preserve where you can rent kayaks and navigate along the Buffalo Creek. And better still, you can enjoy the disc golf, tennis, a dog park and a new playground at the Wendell Park.

Wendell is an emerging city that is perfect for all, embedded with great natural resources and occupied by friendly and accommodating individuals. A visit is guaranteed to be memorable, a settlement will be life-changing, while a startup will definitely be one of the best decisions you’ve ever taken.

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Life in Knightdale can not be overemphasized. The town is blessed with a welcoming, youthful culture which is like a magnetic energy fueled by optimism and brain power of a young population. This emerging city is growing at a lightning fast pace and also represents the perfect place for businesses, family and fun. The town is home to several attractions which includes;

• Knightdale Environmental Education Park which is certified as Backyard Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
• Knightdale Station Park which incorporates a eye-catching playground, over 2 miles of paved walking trails, an amphitheater and athletic fields to ensure your utmost satisfaction.
• Pope’s Strawberry Farm where you get to pick your own strawberries, take some juicy ones back home to your loved ones, among other goodies.

It is also blessed with major shopping centers which makes it convenient to run errands and enjoy time with loved ones. It is known for its infrastructures, Research Triangle Park, convenience to Raleigh and a small town lifestyle. Furthermore, there are numerous excellent schools which residents can attend within the prestigious Wake County Public School System. So you have great schools, welcoming culture, several attractions, fun spots and many more. Just everything you need to help you set up your business or settle down and get going!

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Rolesville is a relatively small town in northeastern Wake County in N.C. It may be quite small but its actually one of the fastest growing towns and historically, the second oldest town in Wake County. It was originally incorporated in 1837, with only the City of Raleigh a couple of years older. This is a town that guides its future by embracing the past. Farming has been and is still a major component to the community which makes it perfect for any individual with such interests. It has a rich history in agriculture with many family farms still alive and in operation. They love what they do and they are simply proud of it! Consequently, it has held on to its charm with over 4,000 citizens to call it home.

Plenty farming equals abundant food and restaurants! Rolesville is blessed with numerous foods and vegetables which are sold at various restaurants at a relatively affordable price. You would expect that from a town with a rich agriculture history, wouldn’t you? Well, you can take advantage of this and more.
In addition, if you are interested in a quiet place that exudes a quaint, friendly atmosphere in which you will experience a diverse community with a welcoming spirit as well as a strong sense of pride, then you simply can’t afford to look too far off Rolesville.

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Chapel Hill

This town represents a community where a diversity of people, opportunities and ideas converge. Its history, traditions and special features are a thing of pride for all its citizens both home and abroad.

Being a home to the world class Ackland Art Museum at the prestigious University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill offer a wide range of art (over 17000 works of art) which includes European master painting, contemporary American photography, video installations, Early Modern portraits and many more. The great city also provides you with jazz, folk-traditional and world music alongside theater and kid’s program via its ArtsCentre. The ArtSchool provide classes in the literary, visual and performing arts for individuals of all ages and levels of experience. However, if your interest is an environment that will have a positive influence on your children, then you’ve got no worries.

Chapel Hill helps children make, build, explore and grow at its Kidzu Children’s Museum. Its definitely a fascinating place for all children as it provides them with hands-on and engaging exhibits for a memorable childhood.

Chapel Hill is a place that features on almost every ‘Best Places’ awards ever created. And as such, you are definitely not going to have much trouble finding exciting things to do. Be it restaurants, music, performing arts, kid-friendly activities, outdoor recreation, parks and lots more. Regardless of your age or interest, Chapel Hill has got you covered!

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Wake Forest

Wake Forest is just half a hour from downtown Raleigh. Consisting of several attractions from art galleries to consignment boutiques and coffee companies. Wake Forest is a beautiful, vibrant and historical place to visit, start up your business or settle. It may not be large, however, it is quite walkable and embedded with friendly and social appeal.

Wake Forest is a home to The Factory – your one stop solution to sports and entertainment for parents and kids alike to eat, play and shop. You also have the opportunity to visit the Wake Forest Farmers Market which has grown to become a lively event each and every Saturday morning. You get to handpick fresh-off-the-farm produce such as honey, jams, preserves, pasture-raised beef, poultry and pork, fresh flowers, delicious baked goods and much more!

And when it comes to recreation, the city is definitely a top notch with the Wake Forests Parks & Recreation Department managing a huge 561 acres of parks, open space, natural land and trails. This consists of 6 picnic areas, 8 playgrounds, 5 baseball/softball fields, 3 soccer fields, 8 lighted tennis courts, a dog park, more than 6 miles of green way trails and lots more to ensure your stay is fun-filled.

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