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What you should know about Creedmoor

Pleasantly situated in southern Granville County, North Carolina, Creedmoor is a small city that provides easy access to Raleigh, Durham, and the Research Triangle Park. Located just north of the suburbs of Raleigh, the town offers a peaceful alternative to busy city life, with several beautifully maintained green spaces. Once renowned as a market town for the region’s tobacco and mule trade, Creedmoor retains a delightfully rural feel and has plenty of local parks and historic buildings just waiting to be explored.

Hotels in Creedmoor


Most hotels in Creedmoor are concentrated on West Lyon Station Road to the northwest of the town. The Best Western Butner Creedmoor Inn is a popular budget hotel in Creedmoor that guarantees a comfortable stay for the whole family thanks to its outdoor pool, on-site bar, and gym. The Sunset Inn Express motel is another highly rated option for affordable accommodation in the town, and also features a well-equipped fitness center. Meanwhile, the Econo Lodge is an affordable Creedmoor hotel that offers simple lodgings in a convenient location, just 3 miles from the town center.

Things to see in Creedmoor


Creedmoor not only offers an affordable and accessible base for visitors staying in the Raleigh-Durham area, but also boasts a plethora of local attractions to keep you entertained. Situated just a few minutes’ drive northwest of central Creedmoor, Lake Rogers Park is a popular recreation area at any time of the year. Centered on a 175-acre lake, the park is well known as an excellent fishing spot, with crappie and bass among the many species that you’ll find. Creedmoor’s central Pecan Hill neighborhood is home to Harris Park, one of the town’s newest public spaces. With its fine picnic facilities and kids’ playground, the park is a great place to come for a family afternoon out. For an all-American sporting experience, head to the B.C. Roberts Ballfield to watch the area’s baseball teams battle it out from the bleachers. If you’re visiting in September, you may just catch the annual Creedmoor Music Festival, where you’ll discover popular local and regional bands, kids’ activities, food stalls, and handcrafted souvenirs.

Good for families


With its tranquil, rural atmosphere and charming old buildings, Creedmoor is the perfect place to come for a relaxing family vacation in the Raleigh area. The town’s parks are ideal for an invigorating stroll or a pleasant picnic, and only a few miles south of the town center you’ll find the popular Three Bears Acres recreational farm. This 50-acre site offers an array of great children's activities, including toboggan slides, a mud kitchen, and paddle boats, as well as a café serving food and hot beverages. To pick up a unique souvenir of your trip, head to the nearby Cedar Creek Gallery and gift shop before returning to your Creedmoor hotel for some R&R.

How to get to Creedmoor


Raleigh-Durham International Airport is located 25 miles south of Creedmoor on the outskirts of Raleigh, and connects the town with destinations in the US and abroad. The quickest way to travel to Creedmoor from the airport is by taxi or rental car, with the trip taking just 25 minutes. From Raleigh city center, it’s around 45 minutes by car to Creedmoor. Getting around this compact town is easy on foot. There are an increasing number of greenways and bike lanes providing safe and picturesque routes for pedestrians and cyclists.