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Garner is a small suburban community situated in North Carolina’s Wake County. The town is also a suburb of the state’s capital city Raleigh. The heart of capital city is only a few miles north of Garner. In the past, Garner was an agricultural center with cotton as its most important crop. Presently, the town’s economy no longer relies on farming but is home to several major service and business establishments. With a charming hometown ambiance as well as historic downtown area, Garner is ideal for visitors looking for a quiet, easygoing destination to escape from the hustle and bustle of fast-paced city life.
Things to do in Garner
Several points of interests in Garner are officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One such place is Edenwood, which is also called Smith-Williams House, an early 19th century house with architectural elements borrowed from the style of the Greek Revival. Another historic location is the Meadowbrook Country Club which entails a gorgeous picnic area, pier, lake, nine-hole golf course, and a concrete block clubhouse constructed in the Modern Movement style. The Downtown Garner Historic District (Garner’s Station) is also on the National Register because it is home to many buildings with architecture inspired by the styles of Classical Revival, Queen Anne, and American Craftsman. Accordingly, Garner’s Station boasts the Garner Performing Arts Center, a breathtaking venue that occasionally puts on productions by the esteemed Towne Players of Garner. As for holiday-centric events, White Deer Park hosts a Groundhog Day festival that features Mortimer, a beloved furry prognosticator. During the spring season, Lake Benson Park is the place to be on account of the Spring Eggstravaganza celebration and annual egg hunt. In the beginning of December, Garner’s Station holds the annual Light Up Main Festival which comprises the Garner Christmas Parade and annual tree lighting ceremony.
Day trips from Garner
Situated northwest from Garner with about an hour’s drive is the city of Durham. The city is known for attracting artists and creative types as well as being home to the renowned educational institution Duke University. Durham also holds numerous annual festivals such as the Bull Durham Blues Festival, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, and American Dance Festival. Around an hour’s drive northwest from Garner, just below Durham, is Chapel Hill, another city with a small-town vibe. Although Chapel Hill is actually an expansive city, it still emanates a familiar, humble atmosphere that is due in part to being considered a college town. The University of North Carolina is based in Chapel Hill. Every year in October, the city holds its Festifall Arts Festival. The event features musical and artistic performances as well as local crafts and food vendors.
Garner is known for its lovely and spacious homes. In the town, properties available as vacation rentals include beautiful 2-story houses in proximity to the historic downtown area as well as comfortable apartments that are fully furnished and nestled in quiet neighborhoods.
Transportation in Garner
Since Garner is a small suburb, the public transit options are limited. The Triangle Transit provides service for Garner on bus route 102. An Amtrak passes through the town without stopping, and the nearest station is in Raleigh. Many major highways and roads serve the community of Garner such as Interstate 4, N.C. 50, and U.S. 70.
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