Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Festival for the Eno: Durham, NC

July 3rd, 4th and 5th
10am-6pm
Tickets: $15 at the gate

Looking for a great way to celebrate your Forth of July weekend?  Then don't miss Durham's 31st annual Festival for the Eno, an outdoor summer tradition just a short hop down stream from the Arrowhead Inn.

The Festival for the Eno is a much beloved summer tradition that celebrates the Eno River and its historical, cultural and artistic influences on our community.  It draws more than 30,000 visitors each year, a sure sign of what fun the festival holds.

Spend a day (or two) exploring the great outdoors!  Take a hike along the river banks, wander through the lush, green forest, wade through the shallow waters or rent a kayak and drift down stream.  After your outdoor adventures, take a break on the lawn and listen to some local tunes or check out the many artists and craftspeople who have drawn inspiration from one of the most beloved natural areas in the Triangle. Special events, contests and raffles take place throughout the weekend and the local and exotic cuisine should not be missed!

Whether your visiting from far away or just looking for a local hide-away, spend your Independence Day with us in Durham.  Book two nights at our North Carolina Bed and Breakfast during the Festival for the Eno, and we will include two complimentary day passes for the Festival.

Eno River State Park encompasses more than 3,900 acres of natural resources including the Eno River, which runs for 33 miles through central North Carolina before flowing into Falls Lake.  All proceeds from the Festival for the Eno help to maintain and expand the Eno River State Park, one of our favorite outdoor escapes.

We are looking forward to celebrating our Nation's birthday with you!


Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

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