Highlights in Holly Springs
The Holly Springs Cultural Center is a $5 million complex complete with a performing arts theatre, conference center, outdoor stage and a branch of the Wake County public library system that opened in December 2006. To view an upcoming schedule of events, please visit the cultural center’s website.
The Parks and Recreation department provides residents access to a wide range of athletic programs, summer camps, after school and “track-out” programs and maintains the Hunt Community Center, the Bass Lake Park and Retreat Center, and the Holly Springs Cultural center. The Hunt Community Center is undergoing a $7 million renovation and is expected to be complete in the summer of 2011. To learn more, visit the parks and recreation website.
For the Golf enthusiast, the town of Holly Springs is home to two great private courses. Devils Ridge is a 15-year old course that is part of the Sunset Ridge community, and 12 Oaks is a 3-year old course that is part of the 687-acre master planned 12 Oaks community. Both of these communities, like many others in Holly Springs, also provide access to great swimming pools, tennis courts and walking trails.
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