Historic downtown Wake Forest is a walkable charming spot to spend an afternoon perusing local art galleries, coffee shops and boutiques, and each Saturday throughout the year plays host to the Wake forest Farmers Market. For the sports enthusiast, The Factory offers ice rinks, a skate park, indoor soccer, an inflatable playground, miniature golf and go-carts as well as great restaurants for those less athletically inclined.
The Heritage Golf Club offers a challenging, yet player-friendly American links-style course. The Wake Forest/Rolesville area has been one of the fastest-growing suburbs in the country, and continues to be a popular choice among residents seeking a small-town feel and convenient access to Raleigh or Research Triangle Park.
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