Imo the best place to watch fireworks! but get there early because traffic is slammed around 730-830pm. Also, the food truck lines omgoodness! they get packed and you can easily wait an hour. On the bright side there is a live band to enjoy while you wait and I love that they acknowledge the veterans before they start fireworks. And… the fireworks are amazing!You can literally lay down if you want and it looks like they’re right above your head.
Hay ride was about 10 min. Short and sweet but fun. Probably somewhat scary for kids under 10, relaxing for us adults. The haunted houses were fun with lots of jump scares. Busy but not too crowded. There were 4 outhouses.
Visited for the Halloween Haunted Trail. Obviously well thought out, planned and nicely executed. The organizers may want to consider arranging the visual elements in well transitioned themes accompanied with applicable theme appropriate music. That would kick this up from 'Very Good' to 'Friggin Awesome' 👍
Sugg farm is home to many different people. Cross Country teams, archery enthusiasts, remote controlled aircraft, and so much more. With a direct path leading to Bass Lake, the trails are beautiful and seemingly never ending. Sugg farm has to be one of the best, if not THE best firework spot in Holly Springs. The open fields, countless vendors, and open sky on 4th of July make for the perfect scene. Recent construction has brought bathrooms and water fountains as well which are conveniently located in the middle of the park. Perfect for picnics, running, passing a football, playing with your dog, or watching fireworks, Sugg Farm has so much to offer.
I went to this park on 5th July for fireworks event. Surprisingly it’s good. Plenty of space for such big events. It was beautiful evening and memorable. Very close view to see fireworks display.
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