When the weather cools down, many of your favorite outdoor destinations in the Triangle are transformed into winter wonderlands, with sledding and many other fun, family-oriented activities available throughout the winter. Our REALTORS® are ready for winter fun if the rain we've been getting turns into snow, and we've got the local scoop on five fun spots to go sledding in the Triangle.
Pullen Park – 520 Ashe Ave., Raleigh, NC 27606
Raleigh homes for sale make it easy to go sledding when winter comes, thanks to fun local spots like Pullen Park. Established in 1887, Pullen Park has the distinction of being the first public park in North Carolina. It remains a popular place to visit today, with excellent sledding hills and loads more to do during every season. Travel the trails, take in beautiful waterfront views, and hit the hills for wintertime fun. You can even go for a swim afterward at the indoor aquatic center, which is open year-round.
Fred G. Bond Metropark – 801 High House Rd., Cary, NC 27513
Looking for the perfect place to stretch your legs close to Cary homes for sale? Head for Fred G. Bond Metropark, one of the largest parks in the Triangle. Covering 310 acres, Bond Metropark features something for everyone. There are sledding hills to enjoy during the winter, playgrounds, and extensive trails to explore during every season. Flying down the hills on your sled provides a truly unique way to enjoy the views.
Chapel Hill Community Center Park – 120 S. Estes Dr., Chapel Hill, NC 27514
If you're searching for sledding close to Chapel Hill homes for sale, then the Chapel Hill Community Center Park is the place to be. In addition to being home to Chapel Hill's Community Center, this park features ample space for outdoor fun. Stop by for some sledding, take a winter stroll down the winding trails, and check out some public art while you explore. Warm-up afterward with a trip to the Community Center, or take a dip in the heated, indoor pool located on-site.
E. Carroll Joyner Park – 701 Harris Rd., Wake Forest, NC 27587
Family fun is never far from Wake Forest homes for sale, thanks to excellent local destinations like E. Carroll Joyner Park. Joyner Park is the largest park in Wake Forest, checking in at 117 acres, and features attractions for every member of the family. Enjoy some sledding on a variety of fun hills, explore the beautiful, historic pecan grove, and travel the trails. Joyner Park is also home to some restored farm buildings, which look especially idyllic with a coating of fresh snow.
Duke Park – 106 W. Knox St., Durham, NC 27701
Durham homes for sale offer access to a variety of great sledding spots, including Duke Park. In addition to some great hills for sledding, Duke Park connects with an extensive trail system and features a dog park for your four-legged friend. You'll also find a collection of small playgrounds.
When you call our corner of North Carolina home, you can enjoy outdoor fun during every season at local parks and green spaces. Contact us to buy and sell homes throughout the Triangle.