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Bunn Lake

North Carolina

Bunn Lake, North Carolina

The Bunn Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in North Carolina.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport, the closest major airport, is only 38 miles away.

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    (919) 387-7011
    565 Farrington Rd
    Apex , NC 27523
    (919) 596-2194
    3940 Falls Lake Rd
    Durham , NC 27703
    Golf Courses
    (919) 250-3030
    4801 Harbour Towne Dr
    Raleigh , NC 27604
    (919) 453-2020
    1250 Heritage Club Ave
    Wake Forest , NC 27587
    (252) 478-3832
    170 Clear Water Rd
    Louisburg , NC 27549
    (919) 269-8311
    2424 Pearces Rd
    Zebulon , NC 27597
    (919) 676-1027
    14500 New Light Rd
    Wake Forest , NC 27587
    (252) 237-0905
    3465 U.S. Hwy 301 N
    Wilson , NC 27893
    Rock Ridge Campground
    (252) 291-4477
    7030 Rock Ridge School Rd
    Sims , NC 27880
    • Counties: Franklin County
    • Fish: Black Crappie, Rainbow Trout, White Crappie
    (919) 350-8000
    3000 New Bern Avenue
    Raleigh, NC 27610
    Raleigh-Durham International Airport
    2400 John Brantley Blvd, Morrisville, NC 27560
    38 miles away
    Field of Dreams
    Zebulon, NC 27597
    5 miles away
    About Bunn Lake
    Wake County, North Carolina

    Bunn Lake is located in Wake County, North Carolina, and is close to downtown Raleigh.

    The Raleigh-Durham International Airport is under 45 miles away, and the WakeMed Hospital is around five miles away.

    Residents can shop at the Triangle East Center and enjoy the numerous local restaurants, including McLean’s Ole Time Cafe for their classic homestyle cooking and baked goods, as well as the family-run Boulevard Pizza.

    Bunn-ches of fun on the Water

    This medium-sized 112-acre lake is perfect for family fun and is big enough for average-sized boats and jet skis.

    There is plenty of fish to catch, including largemouth bass, black bullhead, and bluegill. Besides fishing, you can take a boat out for water skiing or wakeboarding, relax on some inner tubes, or any other type of water sport.

    What to do in Wake County

    Wake County has plenty to offer in terms of off-the-water entertainment.

    From around Thanksgiving to mid-January, you can attend the Chinese Lantern Festival, featuring colorful lantern displays, artist booths, and food options galore.

    North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the southeast's largest natural history museum, features dinosaurs, whale skeletons, live animals, and much more. It is the perfect place for families and everyone to broaden their knowledge of natural sciences.

    North Carolina Museum of Art offers 400+ acres of fascinating outdoor trails with sculptures and art. It is a hidden gem and currently features the Torah Crown from the 18th century.

    There is also Adventure Land, a waterpark that also has go-karts, mini-golf, and laser tag.

    You can also visit Downtown Raleigh for other activities! Residents can eat at one of their many restaurants, including Mulino Italian Kitchen + Bar and Crawford and Son.

    After, grab a drink from some of their best underground bars, including Fox Liquor Bar and C. Grace, which is styled like a classic Jazz Club.

    You can also visit historical sites, such as the Pope House Museum and the North Carolina State Capitol building.

    Wake-ing up on Bunn Lake

    This location has it all — the tranquil lake setting, easy access to local entertainment and outdoor hiking spots, as well as quick access to Downtown Raleigh!