Raleigh & Durham Reviews

Review for Black Sheep Construction LLC by Anonymous
Rating: 5 Rating
Excellent Service
Review for The Holy Rose by john
Rating: 5 Rating
Just an amazing occult store. The staff is incredible, and the selection is world wide.
Pros: Biggest and best occult store on the East Coast.
Cons: You will never go anywhere else once you see this place. Hogwarts 100%.
Review for Sho Nuff Seafood of Durham by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
A must-try restaurant in Durham! The food was great and the staff was all nice.
Review for Capital Blvd Animal Hospital & Pet Inn by Michael
Rating: 5 Rating
Honest vet, cheaper than any other vet in the area. Highly recommend. Took my baby 2 mins before closing, they stayed for 1 hour and fixed her bite wounds from ..
Pros: Highly rated Cheap Open 7 days Modern
Cons: None
Review for Capital Blvd Animal Hospital & Pet Inn by Laura
Rating: 5 Rating
Cheapest prices in the area, open 7 days. Best reviews.
Pros: Affordable Available All in one stop for pets
Cons: None
Review for Kickback Jack's Garner NC by LeeAnn
Rating: 5 Rating
A relaxed bar where you can kick back and grab a drink. Make sure you try their award-winning wings. Amazing

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Wake Forest North Carolina is part of Wake County. Wake Forest is a short drive from Raleigh the state capital. Dr. Calvin Jones purchased 615 acres of forestland in 1820 that later was named the Forest of Wake as well as Wake Forest. Jones later sold his property to the North Carolina Baptist Convention. They created the Wake Forest Manual Labor Institute, which later became Wake Forest College. In 1880, the area was incorporated, as the Town of Wake Forest College, however in 1909, the word college was dropped from the name and it became the Town of Wake Forest. In 1956, the Wake Forest College moved to Winston-Salem North Carolina. A few years prior to the move, the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, an offshoot of the Southern Baptist Convention, started holding classes on campus. They took over the whole campus when the university vacated the buildings. Nearby is the Falls Lake State Recreational Area with approximately 30,000 acres with Falls Lake covering about 12,000 of those acres. This lake was created after the flood in 1978 when the Neuse River flooded the area causing extensive damage to private property and corporate holdings. The US Army Corps of Engineers developed the Falls Lake Project, which oversaw the building of the dam. The dam was finished in 1981. The lake provides a large number of hiking and mountain biking trails for everyone ranging from easy to the more extreme accomodating those who want a little more challenge. A separate swimming area with a nice beach is available for family swimming. The lake is used for a vast number of water sports from kayaks and canoes to jet skis and motor boats. There are numerous places around the lake to launch a canoe or kayak. One choice would be the Beaver Dam boat launch where launching a motor boat is forbidden. For family excursions, The Atlantic beach is a short three-hour drive away or about four hours to drive up to The Great Smokey Mountains. Wake Forest has several museums available, historical sites, and great places to eat, making this a great place to visit.

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