What Makes Holly Springs So Cool
In this modern small town, you'll find a magnificent cultural center hosting seemingly endless events, small shops and local restaurants sprinkled along Main Street, and dozens of parks perfect for a picnic. In addition, new home communities are popping up throughout Holly Springs to keep up with demand from home buyers. It's hard to believe that just a couple of decades ago, this popular community was a village of only 900 people!
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Formerly known as the North Main Athletic Complex, Ting Park is a massive facility devoted to community sports and recreation in Holly Springs. Residents can watch the Holly Springs Salamanders play baseball in the summer, unleash their competitive side during league games, and play a pick-up game of basketball with their neighbors.
Holly Springs Towne Center
Residents can run errands, grab a bite to eat, watch movies at a dine-in theater, and explore home improvement ideas all in one convenient location. Holly Springs Towne Center is a large shopping complex with a plethora of national restaurant chains and retailers, including Target, Marshalls, Bed Bath & Beyond, Pier 1 Imports, Olive Garden, and Tijuana Flats.
Bass Lake Park
Craving an afternoon of fishing or a picnic by the lake? You don't need to leave town limits! Bass Lake Park is a hidden gem in Holly Springs with so much to offer, including hiking and biking trails, a nature education center, and a conference center that overlooks the lake. Bass Lake Park is also home to two town-sponsored events: TurtleFest in May and Bass Lake Day in October.