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The neighborhood of Worthdale Forest is located within Wake County, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Raleigh is the state capital and county seat, and because of the abundance of Oak trees in the area, the city has been nicknamed “City of Oaks.” Worthdale Forest is no exception to the rest of the area and is dense with Oak trees and woodlands. The neighborhood lies within Poole Road, which is to the north and Friar Tuck Road and Beverly Roads form the south eastern border. To the west is Rose Lane. The area is residential and incorporates Community Drive and Habitat Court.

Just north of the Poole Road boundary line is the Raleigh Country Club. The club was established in 1948 and features the last golf course designed by Donald Ross. Sam Snead and Arnold Palmer are among the golf greats that have played the course. The club features an on-site teaching facility complete with three chipping greens, a stroke green, a warm-up green, and a Himalayan green. The Club has been the site of the LPGA, Nike/Nationwide Tours, and the NC Open, and is ranked within the top twenty courses in North Carolina. The country club also features an aquatic center, fine dining, and a diverse selection of events and recreation opportunities. Also in the area is Worthdale Park, which is located to the southeast of Worthdale Forest. The park features a playground, walking, hiking, jogging or biking trails, and tennis courts.

Nearby schools include Poe Elementary School, Conn Elementary School, Longview School, Powell Elementary School, Aycock Junior High, Carnage Middle School, Mary E. Phillips High School, and William G. Enloe High School.

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411 -A Clover Lane, Raleigh, NC 27604 Map

(919) 371-2221 Check Availability
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411 -A Clover Lane, Raleigh, NC 27604 Map

(919) 651-4825 Check Availability
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