Picnic Shelter Rentals

Picnic shelters at Town of Holly Springs parks are open to the public during park hours when they aren't reserved; reservations always take priority. The shelters are available to the public on a first-come basis unless a reservation has been made.

Bass Lake Shelter
Bass Lake Picnic Shelter
1036 Bass Lake Road
Contact: Bass Lake Park
(919) 557-2496
Occupancy: 40
Amenities: Restrooms, two stationary charcoal grills
Veterans Shelter
Veterans Park Picnic Shelter
600 Bikram Drive
Contact: Hunt Center
(919) 557-9600
Occupancy: 40
Amenities: Restrooms, near park playground and pond, trails
Womble Shelter
Womble Park Picnic Shelter
301 Stinson Avenue
Contact: Hunt Center
(919) 557-9600
Occupancy: 100
Amenities: Restrooms, near park playground, trails, near volleyball, horseshoe, tennis and field areas
Rental fees for either 8 a.m.-2 p.m. or 2 p.m.-sunset are $40 for residents and $60 for non-residents. Rental fees for the entire day, 8 a.m.-sunset, are $75 for residents and $112.50 for non-residents. All damage deposits and rental fees must be paid in full when the reservation is made. Reservations are not held without payment, and they must be made in person at the contact location listed above.

Shelter Rental Information
Shelters are available to rent seven days a week and may be rented up to six months in advance. Same-day rentals are not allowed. Allow ample time for set-up and clean-up as the shelter must be cleaned by the end of the rental time. Decorations may be affixed with push pins and staples, but no tape is allowed. All trash must be disposed in the park receptacles. All cigarette butts must be disposed properly.

Personal grills are not permitted in the picnic shelter or parking lot. A pig cooker is allowed pending park staff approval in advance of the rental. Park staff will direct the renter to the location where the pig cooker must be placed and remain throughout the event. Pig cookers must be attended at all times. A drip pan must be placed underneath the cooker to prevent damage to the underlying surface.

Additional tables and seating are a violation of the fire code and are not allowed along walkways or in the parking lot. Picnic tables are stationary and do not move. Loud noises of any kind are prohibited, and amplified music and DJs are not allowed. Inflatables, extension cords, canopies and tents, and alcohol are not allowed.