Things to Do in Knightdale, N.C.
Knightdale's centrally-located park Knightdale Station Park includes a beautiful playground, more than two miles of paved walking trails, athletic fields and an amphitheater.
Strawberries to go
Pick your own strawberries and enjoy other goodies at Pope's Strawberry Farm. Take back some juicy strawberries to your friends and family at home!
Cheers to craft beverages!
For those looking for a cold beverage, Oak City Brewing Company is the spot. Located in historic downtown Knightdale, the tap house, beer garden and future nano-brewery backs up to the 76-acre Knightdale Station Park (and it's family and dog-friendly, too!). Also, get a taste of local spirits and tour Lassiter Distilling Company, offering delicious, full-flavored white rum as its flagship.
A day at the park
Spend the day at Knightdale Environmental Education Park, certified as a Backyard Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. Throw a football with friends or have a romantic walk with your significant other.
Stained glass beauty
Visit an historic business with a timeless craft, The Gallery Located at Stained Glass Associates, Inc. The team creates one-of-a-kind, stained glass for churches and high-end residential projects... a "can't miss" for arts enthusiasts.
Piper's Lights and Christmas on First Ave. will get you in the holiday spirit in the winter with its drive-through Christmas wonderland.
A park for the pup
For those who plan to take their pup along with them for a getaway, your buddy will love The Ashley Wilder Dog Park (located at Knightdale Station Park), with plenty of free space to run and rocks to climb.
The Knightdale Farmers Market at Knightdale Station features live entertainment, food truck rodeos and more fun, open May through Oct. It's a great opportunity to shop local!
Run with a view
Runners will love the views along the Mingo Creek Park & Trail, which connects to the Neuse River Trail with a combination of boardwalk and paved sections.
Relax and learn
East Regional Library hosts many programs for children and adults throughout the year, giving visitors a nice place to relax after a day of touring historical attractions in the Raleigh area.