Wake Forest is home to more than 30,000 people. Located in both Wake and Franklin counties, you can tour the town on a bus rental in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
A bus rental in Wake Forest, North Carolina can take you to these attractions:
The downtown area is a great destination for art lovers. You can visit the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, where you have 10,000 sq. ft. of space that could easily accommodate events, concerts, plays, recitals and exhibits, as well as meetings and conventions. You also have art galleries and specialty shops that dot the downtown area, all of which is within walking distance.
If you are looking for the freshest fruits and vegetables, check out the Wake Forest Farmers Market. Then check out the best restaurants in Wake Forest, including Charlie’s Kabob Grill, the Lemon Tree, Asian Bistro, the Olde English Tea Room, Over the Falls, Main Street Grille - Cafe & Bakery, Charlie's Kabob Grill, Gonza Tacos Y Tequila, Shuckers Oyster Bar & Grill, and Tropical Picken Chicken.
Play golf at the Hasentree Club, Paschal Golf Club, Heritage Golf Club, and Brevofield Golf Links. Also check out the Factory, which bills itself as a sports and entertainment mall. You can catch the latest events at the Mill Room, shop for gifts, or practice sports at the Polar Ice House, the MVP Sports Center Soccerplex, the Ballpark, and the YMCA at the Factory. Other facilities you have here is the Klok's School of Martial Arts, Progressive Music Center, the Tumble Gym, Clay Fusion pottery, and the Destiny Dance Institute.
See the Calvin Jones House, where Wake Forest College got its start. The house was built before the 1820s and served as the home of the college's first president. It is now known as the Wake Forest College Birthplace and features several artifacts, photographs, publications, documents, furniture and writings related to the college and the town.
Then you have the sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places including three historic districts: Downtown Wake Forest Historic District, Glen Royall Mill Village Historic District, and Wake Forest Historic District. You could also tour the historic houses such as the Powell House, Purefoy-Chappell House and Outbuildings, Bailey-Estes House, South Brick House, and Thompson House. Other sites on the register are Lea Laboratory, Oakforest, Purefoy-Dunn Plantation Rock Cliff Farm, Royall Cotton Mill Commissary, W. E. B. DuBois School, Wakefield Dairy Complex, and Wakefields.
Visit the Falls Lake State Recreation Area where you have a 12,000 acre reservoir, at least 300 campsites, swimming beaches, boating ramps, paddle boats, and walking trails. Or you can check out the city's many parks, including Holding Park where you have five acres of space that features the Wake Forest Community house, Holding Park Pool, playground, picnic facilities, and basketball courts. Smith Creek Soccer Center has 17 acres of space that includes three full sized soccer fields, picnic facilities, and a playground. Meanwhile, the Heritage High School Park has six tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, multiuse fields, and restroom.
Other parks you can go to are Ailey Young Park, Alston-Massenburg Center, E. Carroll Joyner Park, Flaherty Dog Park, Flaherty Park, Kiwanis Park, Miller Park, Plummer Park, Taylor Street Park, and Tyler Run Park.
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