Holly Springs is known for its warm and inviting atmosphere, lush greenways and parks, and vibrant shops and restaurants. Holly Springs is consistently ranked among the safest towns in North Carolina with quality of life as our biggest asset.
Take part in the excitement happening on Main Street, where historic homes sit near gorgeous new developments featuring shops, services and restaurants. This juxtaposition of old and new allows Holly Springs to retain its southern character while giving visitors the ability enjoy an evening out with new friends. Make sure to catch a show at the Holly Springs Cultural Center nearby.
Out and about on a sunny Saturday morning? Enjoy farm fresh produce and artisanal foods at the Holly Springs Farmers Market, ranked #4 in the Southeast and #1 in North Carolina. The Farmers Market is open throughout the year along West Ballentine Street outside the Cultural Center.
Also, make sure to catch a game at Ting Park, featuring a nearly 2,000 seat stadium, which is home to the Holly Springs Salamanders, a member of the Coastal Plain League, a wood-bat collegiate summer baseball league. The park also is home to two college soccer teams hosted by Wake Futbol Club.
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Local Parks, Facilities, and Greenways:
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Holly Springs Festivals and Events:
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Attractions in Town:
Holly Springs is just 20 miles away from North Carolina's capital, Raleigh, a city of just over 450,000 residents, and world-class attractions.
Performing Arts Venues
- Durham Performing Arts Center
- Koka Booth Amphitheatre
- Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts
- Raleigh Convention Center
- Raleigh Meymandi Concert Hall
- Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
For more information on upcoming events in Raleigh, please go to www.visitraleigh.com.