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The residential neighborhood of Hickory Hollow in Raleigh, North Carolina sits west of Falls of Neuse Road and east of Quail Hollow Drive. In the 27609 zip code of Wake County, Hickory Hollow contains several mid-scale, single-family homes near schools, parks, and shopping.

Raleigh offers 4,300 acres of parkland with many of its city parks connected via the Capitol Area Greenway Trail System. Just blocks from the picturesque neighborhood of Hickory Hollow is Eastgate Park. Eastgate is a heavily trafficked by area residents as it offers multi-purpose fields, tennis courts, a playground, and a picnic shelter. Its entrance is at 4200 Quail Hollow Road.

Hickory Hills, south of East Millbrook Road, is less than seven miles from the Durant Nature Park. This park has more than 240 acres, five miles of trails, picnic areas and facilities that can be rented for reunions, weddings, and get-togethers.

About ten miles to the southwest of Hickory Hills is the Schenck Memorial Forest. With multiple trails for hiking and bird watching, the forest is managed by North Carolina State University. It serves as a teaching area for various academic programs including ecology, wildlife biology, and forestry. Area residents frequent the Frances L. Liles Trail. Bicycles and dogs are not allowed in the Schenck Memorial Forest.

Hickory Hills is near the Carolina Country Club, North Ridge Country Club and Wildwood Country Club. The North Ridge Country Club, about four miles away, has two 18-hole golf courses, an Olympic-sized pool, as well as tennis courts and a fitness center.

Hickory Hills’ midtown location gives neighborhood residents quick access to downtown Raleigh. Less than ten miles to the south, downtown bustles with shopping, dining, and cultural venues including the Contemporary Art Museum, the Fletcher Opera Theater, (at the Progress Energy Center,) and the Raleigh City Museum.

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