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Holleman’s Landing Boating Access to Close Jan. 2 for Renovations

  • 11 December 2017
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HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C. (Dec. 11, 2017) — On Tuesday, Jan. 2, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will close the Holleman’s Landing boating access area for renovations. The Wake County boating access area, located on Bartley-Holleman’s Road in Holly Springs, grants boaters access to Shearon Harris Lake.

After the renovations are complete, the site will have two new double lane ramps with floating docks and a handicap-accessible fishing pier. The site will also have 95 parking spaces for vehicles with trailers and 22 vehicle-only spaces, including six ADA-compliant spaces. The Commission plans to reopen the access area in the spring.

The nearest alternative boating access area is Cross Point Landing, located at 233 Cross Point Road in New Hill. To locate other boat ramps in the area or for more information on boating in North Carolina, visit the Commission’s online locater map. For more information on fishing in North Carolina, including where to fish, visit the fishing page.

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