Choosing the Knightdale Station new home community puts you right in the middle of many outdoor options right in the neighborhood. In this series of posts, we will look at some options not too far from the community. These options are the Knightdale Walking Trails that can be enjoyed in town.
There is a beautiful walking trail attached right in your neighborhood to Knightdale Station Park. However, in this first post in our series, there are several others that we will educate you on. In this the article, we will familiarize you with the choices of Knightdale Walking Trails that you can find and enjoy while soaking in the scenery and atmosphere of the town all under 2 miles from your new home.
As stated above, we are aware that at Knightdale Station, you have many on-site amenities and outdoor activities to choose from. Eventually, a things return to normal, we will touch on all of these. However, as we currently have seen the Town of Knightdale close all playgrounds for safety reasons, there are still ways to be outside, at a distance and enjoy a walk, run, or just some fresh air. We will in this piece introduce you to these areas. Several of these trails are not even a mile away from your new home at Knightdale Station.
Now, all that awaits is for you to lace up those sneakers and head towards the trails…
Knightdale Walking Trails
- Harper Parks and Trails
- Knightdale Community Park and Trails
- Environmental Park and Trails
- Mingo Creek Park and Trails
Harper Park and Trails, 209 Main Street, Knightdale
Originally named in honor of Eugene Harper, Knightdale’s longest-serving mayor of all time, this is Harper Park. Living in the Knightdale Station neighborhood puts you just up the street from this beautiful area.
Harper is a four-acre neighborhood park, with many outdoor amenities to enjoy. Just like Knightdale Station, Harper Park also connects to more Knightdale Walking Trails. The Harper pathways are very conveniently and scenically shaded by trees and woods. There are over two acres of wooded trails at this location.
Harper Park and Trails are under a mile away from Knightdale Station (0.8 miles)
Knightdale Community Park and Trails, 1137 Old Knight Road, Knightdale
Knightdale Community Park normally hosts high school, recreation league, and youth athletics/sporting events. The complex includes 4 lighted ball fields that these type events take place on.
Located directly beside Knightdale High School, Community Park is open from dusk until dawn. The Knightdale Walking Trails that connect to this park offer a serene and beautiful setting for a walk.
Knightdale Community Park and Trails are under a mile away from Knightdale Station. (0.9 miles)
Environmental Park and Trails, 1388 North Smithfield Road, Knightdale
Much like Community Park, Knightdale’s Environmental Park is symbolic of the youth sports and activities that are normally going on almost year-round. Beautiful public art accompanies the 1/3 mile of paved Knightdale Walking Trails at this location. The park is accessible from either the side near Town Hall or the library.
Adding to the Knightdale walking Trails at this location is a boardwalk. This circles past a pond with benches, overlooks, and two picnic shelters.
Knightdale Environmental Park and trails are only 1.3 miles from Knightdale Station.
Mingo Creek Park and Trails, 100 Parkside Commons Drive, Knightdale
Connected to Mingo Creek Park is some of the town’s most gorgeous scenery. Surrounding nearly four miles of Knightdale Walking Trails at this spot are spectacular wetlands and hardwood forests.
Similar to Environmental Park, these Knightdale Walking Trails also feature a wooden boardwalk section. Mingo Creek Park itself sets on an 8.2-acre site and an entry point to the Mingo Creek Trail. This trail will connect you to about 30 miles of local greenways. This includes Raleigh’s Neuse River Greenway Trail and many other breathtaking areas.
Mingo Creek Park and Trails are only 1.8 miles from Knightdale Station.
A Breath of Air and the Scenery of Knightdale Walking Trails Await
These Knightdale Walking Trails are a beautiful and peaceful way to enjoy the outdoors by oneself. In a time when things are being regulated to keep things as safe as possible, these areas provide outdoor space and activity that you can still enjoy. Plus, each is within two miles of your new home at Knightdale Station.
To see new homes available now in the Knightdale Station master-planned community, go to the “New Homes” page at knightdalestation.com.