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Raleigh in Wake County is the capital of North Carolina and home to more than 350,000 residents. With three major state museums, a state university, and the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, Raleigh has something for everyone.

On the southeast side of Raleigh, just east of Raleigh Boulevard/Rock Quarry Road and south of Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, is the neighborhood of Royal Pines. Located in the 27610 ZIP code, it is an area under development. Its streets will include Golden Ivy Lane, Green Ivy Lane, Pine Ivy Lane, and Royal Valley Drive.

Upon the completion of the Royal Pines community, the neighborhood will have convenient access to several points of interest. Royal Pines sits less than three miles south of downtown Raleigh. Within the downtown area, Royal Pines residents will enjoy visits to the North Carolina Capitol, the Museum of Natural Sciences, and the Marbles Kids Museum.

The city of Raleigh has 150 city parks. Near Royal Pines are Chavis Park, Worthdale Park, and Roberts Park. Chavis Park is on Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard and spans 37 acres, offering area residents a place to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. The park has walking trails, tennis courts, picnic facilities, baseball and softball fields, and an outdoor running track.

The larger Pullen Park is only 3.5 miles from Royal Pines. In addition to two large playground areas, it has paved trails, picnic shelters, and an aquatic center. One of the star attractions at Pullen Park is the historic working Dentzel carousel. The carousel dates to 1921 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It features hand-carved animals and still delights children of all ages. The Pullen Arts Center is on the park’s north side, next to the Theatre in the Park.

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