Holly Springs is a charming and popular Research Triangle town that offers plenty for residents and visitors to enjoy. Here are just a few places to see in Holy Springs:
- Holly Springs Veteran Park. This beautiful park is dedicated to the individuals who served in the U.S. military. The park includes a picnic shelter, playground, paved trails, fitness stations and 4.3-acre pond. The park is also home to a liberty elm which was donated by the Elm Research Institute of Keene, New Hampshire.
- Holly Springs Cultural Center. The Holly Springs Cultural Center is where community members gather together to participate in entertainment, arts and other special events. The cultural center is located just a block away from Holly Springs Town Hall, and it also includes a Wake County Branch Library.
- Bass Lake Park & Retreat Center. This beautiful facility includes a nature center, picnic shelter, greenway trails and beach-house-style conference center. The park is home to several different native plants and animals and the 100-acre lake is a popular fishing destination. This is the perfect place to unwind and connect with nature.
- Holly Springs Farmers Market. The Holly Springs Farmers Market is a producers-only market where the only vendors allowed to sell goods are the ones who have made or grown the products that are for sale. Visitors will find a wide selection of vegetables, herbs, local honey, artisan breads, baked goods, locally raised beef and much more. Most of the items sold at the Holly Springs Farmers Market were produced or grown within 15 miles of Holly Springs.
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