Idlewood Village Apartments for Rent
Idlewood Village is just off Sanderford Road in Northern Raleigh. It is in an area with a fair scattering of parks, including Sanderford Road Park and Pullen Park. Sanderford Road Park, located within the Idlewood Village neighborhood, contains two playgrounds, a covered picnic area, and a baseball field.
The popular Pullen park, located a few miles from Idlewood Village near North Carolina State University, gives visitors the chance to walk or jog along a nicely kept trail that circles the lake or to play with their kids on one of the park’s rides. Children can ride the train or a restored carousel, or go for a spin in a kiddie boat on the lake. The park also offers numerous picnic areas, including several large covered areas for group events or parties, tennis courts, a baseball field, and two playgrounds. Pets are free to play with their owners in the park’s open areas, but must remain on their leashes when walking on the trail or in other parts of the park.
Located roughly four miles from the Idlewood Village community is the Raleigh City Museum, a small non-profit organization that allows residents and visitors to learn more about the city’s history through a range of exhibits that track the various significant events and discoveries. Admission is free, and events open to the public are held monthly.