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and small businesses selling their wares. And
embrace the holiday season with the Rolesville
Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade
All year long, Rolesville is ready to welcome you
for a visit. We hope it is only the first of many.
For more information, visit the town's website at
A positive experience for visitors begins with
our citizens. That's why C.A.R.E. (Choices,
Accountability, Respect, Excellence) matters.
This week-long summer camp is a partnership
between the Rolesville Police Department and
Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control which
focuses on ages nine through 12 with targeted
education on the importance of goal-setting,
decision-making and good citizenship.
Mill Bridge Nature Park
Welcome to Rolesville!
Rolesville, N.C., is a small town in northeastern Wake County just outside Raleigh. It is
the second-oldest town in the county and one of the fastest-growing towns in the state
for the past several years. Come visit and find a unique place to live, work and play.
The Town of Rolesville welcomes visitors with
three parks featuring open green space and
trails. Rolesville Community School Park
(121 Redford Place Dr.), Main Street Park
(200 S. Main St.) and Mill Bridge Nature Park
(425 Nature Park Dr.) all offer beautiful settings
to enjoy the outdoors.
In March the good eggs are out in force for the
Egg Rush egg hunt at Rolesville Middle School.
The first Sat. of April, May and June bring the
Shaw RV Spring Concert Series at Mill Bridge
Nature Park with family-friendly music.
Rolesville Community School Park features
three baseball/softball fields and a shelter with
picnic tables. Main Street Park has four shelters,
a gazebo, open play field, two playgrounds
and more than a mile of greenway trails. Mill
Bridge Nature Park is highlighted by a 200-seat
amphitheater along with greenway trails that
Summer fireworks and BBQ
Summer delivers patriotic fun with the Rolesville
4th of July. It's all the parade, live music, food,
face-painting and fireworks you need to salute
our nation's independence. As summer winds
down, the fun heats up for Rolesville's BBQ &
Bands Festival in Sept. The cook-off is officially
sanctioned by the North Carolina Pork Council
and includes a whole-hog contest.
Throughout the year, Rolesville invites you to
party like a local. Get to know our residents and
why they love our town. If your visit is during one
of these fun events, come on by and join in.
Fall and winter events
Head back to Rolesville Middle School on the
second Sat. of Aug., Sept. and Oct. for the
Shaw RV Family Movie Series. (Bring a chair or
blanket.) The movies are free and concessions
are available. Also in Oct., look for the annual Fall
FunFest on Main St. with arts and crafts vendors
connect with the Wake Forest Parks, Recreation
& Cultural Resources greenways.
"I love it when visitors
are surprised by
just how much there is to see and do here in
Rolesville. We have amazing natural beauty and
lots of family-friendly events throughout the year.
You can usually find me at the ball field coaching
one of the youth teams."
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