Exploring The Apex, NC Area

Your Apex Chiropractor at Omega Chiropractic Center - Sports Performance & Nutrition recommends the best places to visit when exploring the Apex, NC area. Here is the fourth set of must-see places when you're in Apex, NC, and the surrounding area. Don't take our word for it, check them out today! Check out the other recommendations here: SET 1, SET 2, SET 3, SET 5


Big Bloomers Flower Farm

Big Bloomers Flower Farm: Nurseries & Greenhouses, Florist. Big Bloomers Flower Farm opened in its current retail location on Pressly Foushee Road in 1994 adjacent to its growing facility. From 1978 - 1994, the business operated in a smaller, retail facility on Hawkins Avenue as Wenger's Greenhouses. The current location is on six acres of an original 40-acre family farm. BBFF is a bona fide NC farm. BBFF is the grower and not just a retail outlet. Big Bloomers grows specifically for the home gardener offering substantial savings directly to the customer. Because of the numerous varieties of species offered, quantities are limited and thus sells retail only and do not wholesale or offer quantity discounts. Green goods constitute 80% of sales from our 17 retail greenhouses representing over 30,000 sq. ft. of enclosed greenhouses.

An extensive selection of garden-related merchandise such as garden statuary, fountains, metalwork and pottery fill our 3,000 sq. ft. Garden Shop area. Big Bloomers specializes in new, unusual, and native perennials, annuals, herbs and shrubs and offers seasonal crops such as poinsettias, garden mums, and Easter lilies and grows a fabulous selection of Pansies each and every fall. Most of the Big Bloomers staff are experienced gardeners that are knowledgeable and ready to get your garden growing.


Deep River Sporting Clay

Deep river sporting clay: Located on 65 acres of scenic woodlands, Deep River is celebrating over 30 years of serving central North Carolina.​ sporting Clays Course - Pleasant walk through the grounds offering 13 different shooting fields.

Wobble Deck: 25-target practice field built around an international wobble trap. Includes optional crossing targets, rabbits, and flurry.

Shooting Pavilion: 8-lane outdoor range for members and their guests and for teaching. Not open to individual non-members at this time, but can be booked for a group event with a Deep River Range Safety Officer present. All handgun calibers permitted. The only rifle caliber permitted is .22 rimfire. 1,300 square feet with restroom facilities. Covered porch offering a place to relax before or after shooting or for socializing. A wood stove provides country-style warmth in the winter. Air-conditioned comfort provided during the summer months.

Meeting Facilities: For a unique and memorable experience, schedule your next company or group outing at Deep River. We provide the perfect combination of facilities and options to make your event special. Let us help you create a special outing that will be fun for everyone, even if you’ve never shot clays before. Facilities can accommodate any size group or budget. Facilities are available for both indoor or outdoor meetings. Catering available.

General Information: Eye and Ear protection required for all shooters and spectators. Shotguns and handguns available for rent. Picture ID required. Must be 18+ years old to sign in a minor for shotguns, 21+ for pistols. Shot sizes restricted to between 7-1/2 and 9. Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express accepted.


Tobacco Road Golf Club

Tobacco Road Golf Club was built on land tended by the weather-worn hands of tobacco farmers, later shaped and moved through mining and sand excavation before finally being crafted and molded by an artist’s imagination and the revolutionary eye of the late Mike Strantz. When Tobacco Road was little more than a walking path through an expended sand quarry, Strantz said he “knew immediately it could be something not only spectacular, but also unique.”

Established in 1998, Tobacco Road is younger than many of the courses it has surpassed in its accumulation of accolades. Architect Mike Strantz was a student of the Golden Age Architects whose turn of the century designs set the standards while contributing to the development of the principles of golf course architecture and design. The seamless incorporation of Golden Age “conventional features,” like the elegant arc of a fairway set against the contrast of a sandy waste area, with the bolder design features most often seen on the British Isles, are where Strantz showcased his true artistic talent.

Strantz found his canvas, not on the seaside cliffs of the British Isles but rather in the remnants of a sand quarry in the Sandhills of North Carolina. He allowed the rolling terrain to evolve into one of golf’s most uncompromising designs. Beyond the panoramic views and stunning vistas lies a course that tests all of a player’s faculties. Five sets of tees allow a player to undertake the course at a level worthy of their skill; however, one should always keep in mind – it was Strantz’s goal to test “a player’s eye, determination, and wits.”


Carolina Trace Country Club

Carolina Trace Country Club: One club. One community. All together.
Carolina Trace Country Club boasts two 18-hole golf courses designed by famed golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Both offer championship golf with vistas of Lake Trace and soaring Carolina pines.

CTCC offers all amenities of a full-service private club including golf, tennis, swimming, state of the art fitness facilities, and fine or casual dining. A lively social scene provides friendly fun for families, couples, and singles while providing affordable resort-style living. The Sanford Herald's February 10, 1969, headline, "Giant Golf-Recreational Site Planned for Area," was a shock. The golf course and dam were started in 1970, the year when the first lots (in North Shore) were sold. Three lotteries, the idea taken from such quiz shows as "The $64,000 Question," decided who received which lot. Robert Trent Jones, Sr., designed the two eighteen-hole golf courses, the Lake and the Creek, completed in 1971 and 1979, respectively. He also wanted his courses to be "watered by their own lakes," as Lake Trace (covering 300+ acres) attests. Escalante Golf, Inc purchased Carolina Trace Country Club from the membership in July of 2014 with the intention of continuing the Club with the vision of its original founders. Through their expertise in golf management and their country club business model, they will grow, expand, and refine the Club for its members and community.