Trailwood, North Carolina, Is a Green Community

Trailwood, North Carolina, Is a Green Community

Trailwood is one of the least known communities near Raleigh that enjoys proximity to green spaces, including parks and nature centers. Smithfield, NC can be seen here.

 From fauna to flora, Trailwood gives you access to the following spots.

Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve/Stevens Nature Center

Whether you’re an avid birdwatcher or seek solitude in the middle of a bustling town, Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve is sure to captivate and delight. Tucked away in the middle of suburban Cary, Hemlock Bluffs is a 140-acre preserve with miles of trails, unique vegetation, and a forest ecosystem as old as the last ice age. Head over to lose yourself in the stillness, break a sweat on a trail or brush up on your wildlife and history facts at the Stevens Nature Center. Click here to read about Oliver, North Carolina, Is a Foodies’ Paradise.

Raleigh Municipal Rose Garden

On the backside of Raleigh, the Little Theatre complex is another of Raleigh’s precious natural gems, the Raleigh Municipal Rose Garden. Home to 1,200 roses of 60 different varieties and evergreen and deciduous trees, the garden is breathtakingly beautiful, especially with flowers in full bloom from May until autumn. Visitors not only appreciate the roses here but also spend enjoyable quality time with family and friends taking in outdoor plays, movies, and other events.


 Serving The Greater Triangle

📍 Raleigh
📍 Benson
📍 Cary
📍 Chapel Hill
📍 Clayton
📍 Apex

📍 Princeton
📍 Selma
📍 Smithfield
📍 Wilson
📍 Zebulon
📍 Fuquay-Varina

📍 Dunn
📍 Durham
📍 Fayetteville
📍 Four Oaks
📍 Garner
📍 Wendell

 Serving The Greater Triangle

📍 Raleigh
📍 Benson
📍 Cary
📍 Chapel Hill
📍 Clayton
📍 Apex

📍 Princeton
📍 Selma
📍 Smithfield
📍 Wilson
📍 Zebulon
📍 Fuquay-Varina

📍 Dunn
📍 Durham
📍 Fayetteville
📍 Four Oaks
📍 Garner
📍 Wendell