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Wake Forest got its start in 1832, when the North Carolina Baptist Convention established a school for training aspiring young ministers. That school would eventually become Wake Forest College. In 1874, a railroad depot was established to serve the college and surrounding town and sped commercial development considerably. In the hundred years that followed, the community held steady through social and economic changes, and the departure of the college that bore its name. The population of Wake Forest has grown rapidly since the early 1990s, and the town now has more than 35,000 residents. There are lots of great reasons to call Wake Forest home. The town is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Blue Ridge Mountains, giving lovers of the great outdoors plenty of opportunities for adventure. Wake Forest boasts more than 560 acres of green space, a bustling year-round Saturday farmers market, and a convenient location in the growing Triangle region. The community prides itself on its diversity, culture, and rich history.