Ravens Creek Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Ravens Creek is a sparsely populated locale set in the middle of dense forests. The quiet, upscale neighborhood is accessed from Raven Ridge Road. The sprawling rural neighborhood is only 11 miles from Downtown Raleigh and lies in Wake County.
Fall Lake State Recreation Area is six miles from Ravens Creek. The 26,000-acre park and 12,000-acre lake offer boating, fishing, swimming, and camping. Visitors can hike along the Mountain-to-Sea Trail while experiencing fabulous views. Fall Lake strives to educate the public through nature study hikes and workshops.
Situated on 217 acres of rolling hills is Wakefield Plantation and it is a short 15-minute drive from Ravens Creek. The upscale club offers a PGA-quality golf course along with social and recreational activities. Wakefield Plantation is often the setting for meetings, weddings and special events.
Crabtree Valley Mall, located at 4325 Glenwood Avenue and only seven miles from Ravens Creek, is one of the premiere shopping malls in Raleigh. The two-level establishment is home to such department stores as Macy’s and Belk. Visitors will find plenty of sought after boutiques, shops and restaurants.
Twenty minutes from Ravens Creek is the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the largest natural history museum in the Southeastern United States. Visitors can experience the exhibits of live animals and hands-on activities. The museum teaches North Carolina’s geography, past, and plants and animals that are indigenous to the area. North Carolina Museum is located at 11 West Jones Street, Raleigh.
For people that enjoy rural living with nearby access to metropolitan spots, Ravens Creek provides the best of both worlds.