Small-Town Quiet, Big-City Convenience
Conveniently located off the 540 with easy access to Raleigh and RTP, the cozy community of Knightdale is a rapidly-growing Raleigh suburb offering plenty of its own attractions and charm. Nestled into woods and trees and bordering on the Neuse River, Knightdale is a great place for the outdoor lover looking for easy city access in a cozy town with plenty of amenities.
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Work & Pleasure
Commute… Or Stay in Town
Knightdale might seem like the perfect commuter town, but with a growing business sector and plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment of its own, it’s not so much of a city escape as a destination. Boasting easy highway access to RTP, Raleigh, and all its surrounding areas, Knightdale does make a great commuter location, but you just might find a place to work right in town. Much of the business in Knightdale belongs to smaller, private companies, but there are a number of larger corporations, and the expanding healthcare industry is bringing jobs to Knightdale.
It’s easy to get outside in Knightdale! With a plethora of open green spaces and miles of trails perfect for walking, hiking, or biking, there are many ways to enjoy the beautiful North Carolina weather. Parks such as the Eugene F. Harper Memorial Park the Community Park provide plenty of relaxation and green spaces, while Knightdale Station, a new community park, offers a playground, a dog park, playing fields, paved trails, picnic shelters, tennis courts, and an outdoor amphitheater. Knightdale also boasts miles of trails, including the Knightdale Environmental Park, Community Park Trails, and the Mingo Creek Greenway, which connects Mingo Creek Park to the 33-mile Neuse Trail in Raleigh.
Attractions & Schools
Public Organizations and Events
Knightdale also places an emphasis on community involvement. With classes offered through the town, such as pottery, art, and CPR/First Aid, and sewing, Knightdale provides a way for people to connect through similar interests and hobbies. The town also offers sports teams and organizations, as well as fitness and exercise classes and swim lessons.
Other community events through the town include Pipers Light and Christmas on First Ave, and the Knightdale Farmer’s Market.
Wake County Public Schools
Knightdale is served by Wake County Public Schools, the largest school district in North Carolina often praised for its students’ achievements. Schools in Knightdale include:
- Forestville Road Elementary School
- Hodge Road Elementary School
- Knightdale Elementary School
- Lockhart Elementary School
- East Wake Middle School
- Knightdale High School
- East Wake High School
Knightdale Real Estate
Homes in Knightdale are moderately priced between $100,000 and $500,000. They tend to be modern, spacious, and private, with large yards and plenty of trees and landscaping.
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