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Tall Oaks is a neighborhood in Raleigh, North Carolina. The neighborhood is part of the 27612 zip code located along Glenwood Avenue. Tall Oaks is defined by the number of trees throughout the community. Trees surround the homes, line the streets, and provide excellent canopy cover and seclusion for those living there.

Since Tall Oaks is heavily residential, most of the streets have little traffic, especially during the day. This light traffic is welcomed by many of the more active residents who take advantage of the miles of pavement by getting outdoors to exercise in the fresh air. Walkers, runners, skaters, and cyclists can be found using the roads and sidewalks to add distance to their workouts.

Located along Glenwood Avenue is also one of the largest shopping centers in the region. The Crabtree Valley Mall has nearly 200 stores offering up a wide variety of products and services. Most of the stores in the mall are major nationally recognizable name brands with some local and regional offerings, as well. Crabtree Vally Mall also has a large food court with many quick-service restaurants, along with some nicer establishments for sit-down dining. The area surrounding the mall has many complementary restaurants and shopping options, as well.

About a mile to the northwest off of Pleasant Valley Road is the AMF Pleasant Valley Lanes bowling alley. This popular bowling alley is not only a major name in bowling but a popular place for residents to go for a relaxing game or an opportunity to hang out with friends and family. The bowling alley has an arcade, food, and a pro shop, allowing for a variety of distractions for those who don’t enjoy bowling. Throughout the year, the bowling alley has league play for different age groups, as well as tournaments.


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