- TripBuzz discovered 51 different types of activities for couples in the Wake Forest area, including Parks (like E Carroll Joyner Park), Art Gallery (like Sunflower Studio & Gallery), Bowling (like Brooks Street Bowl) and Family Fun Center (like Zooza's Family Fun Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 96 date ideas in or near Wake Forest, North Carolina, including 78 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Raleigh, Durham, Cary and Garner.
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Motor-Boatin LLC Raleigh / Durham MoreLess Info
Get a tan and hit the waves with these state of the art jet skis
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1150 Forestville Road, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Starring the students from its theater class, Heritage High School Theatre hosts, on average, 9 productions a year for the community to see. These productions range from musical comedies to serious dramas.
100% 4 votes
214 E Jones Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Featuring work from a variety of local artisans and 7 resident artists, the Sunflower Studio & Gallery is an art gallery that offers art lessons to the surrounding community. The gallery is home to pottery, prints, and acrylic paintings.
100% 10 votes
701 Harris Road, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
E Carroll Joyner Park is a 117 acre park bordered by a 2,000 foot stone ribbon wall. Those visiting the park will find several restored farm buildings, a pecan grove, a log cabin, and a 1,000 lawn-seat amphitheater.
100% 2 votes
123 S White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
It's brick exterior and charming atmosphere make Gilded Palette Gallery a popular place to see. The gallery features prints, paintings, ceramic and wood works by local artists, and hosts special events in the evenings.
100% 1 votes
2928 Horse Shoe Farm Road, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Home to over eighty five acres of woodlands, Horseshoe Farm Park is a peaceful haven of natural beauty. The pet-friendly park is a favorite for dog owners, while others enjoy picnicking, bird watching or walking the unpaved trails.
100% 1 votes
Heritage Gates Drive, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Wake Forest's Heritage Park is a neighborhood park that features open green space, playground areas for toddlers and bigger kids with climbing structures and other play equipment, and two picnic shelters.
67% 6 votes
1839 S Main St, Ste 200, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Wake Forest's Polar Ice House features two ice rinks that meet NHL regulations for size. The rinks host open skating with lights and music as well as hockey tournaments and league play.
67% 3 votes
704 Dogwood Hill Lane, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
The Happy Trails Farm - Private Trail Rides features a variety of riding opportunities for riders of all ages. Guided trail rides, summer camps, lessons and parties and events are just some of the farm's offerings.
67% 3 votes
6105 Riverside Drive, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Following along the Neuse River for several miles, North Raleigh Trail is used for walking, running, and biking. The trail is also dog friendly and has a paved path with plenty of shade from trees.
100% 3 votes
11405 Falls of Neuse Road, Wake Forest, NC 27587 MoreLess Info
Falls Lake Dam was constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers between 1978 and 1981 along the Neuse River. The lake created by the dam offers recreational fishing and boating areas along with lakeside hiking and mountain biking trails.