Welcome to the Coachman's Trail Website
Coachman's Trail is a residential
community of 257 beautiful homes on wooded acre+ homesites with a
It is located just north of Raleigh, North Carolina and
about one mile south of Falls Lake.
Our neighborhood has families in all age groups.
Coachman's Trail boasts such amenities as
two lakes on one 18-acre parcel, two sets of
tennis courts, a 25-yard swimming pool, a children's playground, and a
Feel free to browse through our site pages or take a brief
tour through our neighborhood below. (Additional
photos of neighborhood amenities can be found in our photo gallery.)
Activities: Coachman's Trail has activities that appeal to
all ages. Some of the activities available include a dinner
club, a men's poker night, a book club, a craft club, and a bunco
club. Many of the ladies belong to the Homesteaders -- a fun and
caring, civic-minded group. There are regular parties for the
children at Easter, Halloween, and Christmas. All of Coachman's
Trail residents look forward to the annual Fourth-of-July parade,
games, and pig-picking! We have an active social committee that
loves to throw a party! So keep an eye on the agenda! The
clubhouse is frequently used for many of these events and is also
available for rent by residents for their personal needs.
Recreation: Coachman's Trail has a competition size pool.
Each summer, our swim team participates in meets against other
neighborhoods. The pool is open from May until September with
several lifeguards on duty for the safety of all. Everyone loves
"Family Night" at the pool on Fridays with frequent ice cream
socials. The tennis courts are hard-surfaced and available for
the use of all residents. The younger set love to play on the
The Lakes: Coachman's Trail is noted for its beautiful lakes. The
residents enjoy fishing and boating with non-motorized boats. Everyone
enjoys the picturesque views! Keep an eye out for the ducks and deer!
Homeowner's Association: Coachman's Trail is one of a very few subdivisions that
maintains its own homeowner's association as opposed to an outside
management company. The board members are nominated and elected
residents with committees formed to handle all the responsibilities.
This management has allowed the residents to keep their dues low and to
remain a part of all decisions.