About the Area

About the Area

The Piedmont Triad is one of the country’s fastest-growing regions with abundant cultural, economic, and natural attractions.


Arts, Entertainment, and Dining
The Triad has one of the densest concentrations of academic institutions in the South; this has contributed to an astonishing array of cultural and culinary opportunities. Explore some of the region’s many museums and attractions, including the Greensboro Science Center, Wake Forest’s Reynolda House Museum, and the International Civil Rights Center and Museum. Enjoy myriad culinary options, from food trucks to fine dining, and everything in between.

Take in a lecture at Guilford College’s Bryan Lecture Series, which has included such luminaries as Tom Brokaw, Toni Morrison, and astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly. Catch a play at one of the area’s many theaters, or listen to live music at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex or the new Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts. Artistic types can share “makerspace” with other craftspeople at The Forge, North Carolina’s only collaborative work space. No matter what inspires you, you can feed your passion in the Triad, and it’s all easily accessible from Caleb’s Creek.


Sports and Recreation
Home of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), two Minor League Baseball teams, the Greensboro Aquatic Center, and the nearby Pinehurst Golf Resort, the Triad has year-round opportunities for sports and recreation. Whether you’re looking to watch or to play, your favorite sports and activities are only minutes away from Caleb’s Creek.


Hospitals and Emergency
No one wants to get sick or injured, but if you do so in the Triad, you’re in good hands at one of the region’s several excellent hospitals. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem is ranked nationally as one of the country’s best hospitals, while Brenner Children’s Hospital is internationally renowned for pediatrics. In Greensboro, the Moses Cone Hospital and healthcare system also receive high ratings and provide a full range of services.

Caleb’s Creek is centrally located and provides easy access to these and other hospitals, urgent care centers, and doctors’ offices. For cutting edge cancer research and treatment, the Duke Cancer Institute is only a short drive away.



The Lakes - There's Something in the Water

It's in our nature to be drawn to the water and there are plenty of reasons why. Gather on the edge for a picnic, run or bike along the shore, cast a line, grab a paddle, catch the reflection of a sunset.

The Big Lake and her two sisters beckon you to come and enjoy however you see fit.