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The established neighborhood of Country Crossing is located in northwest Raleigh, 12 miles from Interstate 540. A commute into the capital city’s downtown is estimated to be 30 minutes during the week under average conditions.
Wake County School System administrates the public schools that serve Country Crossing. Harris Creek Elementary, a year round school, is a few minutes walk for K-5 students. A before- and after-school program is available for children of working parents. Neighborhood children in grades 6-8 attend the nearby Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle School and high school students attend Knightdale High School. Both upper-level schools are within six miles of the Country Crossing subdivision.
Wake Crossroads Lake and Harris Creek lie at the western edge of the neighborhood. Residents often use the trails around the lake and along the creek for exercise for themselves and their dogs. Horseshoe Farm Park, across U.S. Highway 401 approximately three miles from Country Crossing, is a lovely 146-acre public recreation area situated along a section of the Neuse River. The park is a designated Significant Natural Heritage Area and is unimproved beyond its historically agricultural uses, making it a great environment for those looking for a bit of quiet in the outdoors.
Buffaloe Road Athletic Park, a 10-minute drive for Country Crossing residents, is designed for active recreational use. The facility has lighted baseball and softball fields, a running track, and a football field. A greenway trail meanders through the 165-acre park. One of the more popular events hosted at the Park is the North Carolina Special Olympics Softball competition.
Churches representing a wide spectrum of religious beliefs are located within a 15-minute radius of the neighborhood.