Knightdale NC

Knightdale NC boasts numerous parks and trails for the active-minded.

Knightdale NC was named for Henry Haywood Knight, a local Wake County landowner who donated land to found a railroad depot, the town was incorporated in 1927.

Since 1990, the community has experienced a significant population boom, getting its own high school in 2004, and a new freeway bypass in 2006.

For those seeking a welcoming, youthful culture, Knightdale, located just nine miles from downtown Raleigh at the crossroads of I-540 and U.S. 264, is an up-and-coming city with a palpable energy fueled by the optimism and intellect of a young population. Knightdale boasts numerous parks and trails for the active-minded and small craft breweries for adults who enjoy locally-made beers.

The town is home to the Knightdale Environmental Education Park, certified as a Backyard Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. Grab your friends and a football and head to the park for a day of athletic fun, or surprise your significant other with a romantic walk through the woods.

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Parks and playgrounds
Walking / Hiking trails
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