When it's time to cut lose, residents can explore downtown Fuquay-Varina for various indoor and outdoor activities. Whether it's visiting a local park, joining a sports team, or simply enjoying a cold adult beverage our town is sure to have something for everyone.

Fuquay-Varina Arts Center
Located at 123 E. Vance Street, the center is in the heart of downtown and centrally located. The arts center is not currently available for public use, and construction for renovation will start early 2017.

Fuquay-Varina Museums at Ashworth Park
Ashworth Park is home to significant historical Town treasures including the J.D. "Squire" Ballentine School, the first Fuquay Springs Post Office, and Centennial Museum. Features include an original tobacco farm, and a playhouse from the Johnson House.

Falcon Park
This is one of Fuquay-Varina's oldest parks, and sits on 5 acres of land. Features include baseball/softball, buildings for rent, multi-purpose field, picnic shelter, playground, and restrooms.

Fuquay Mineral Spring
Features include picnic tables, a restored spring house, footbridge, and a walking track. The Mineral Spring, commemorated within Fuquay Mineral Spring Park, was discovered in 1858, and believed to have healing powers as visitors came from far and wide to partake of the mineral waters.

Fuquay-Varina Downtown Dog Park
The downtown dog park sits on 8 acres of land, and is an off leash park for dogs with free admission. The park has sanitary stations, benches, water stations, and plenty of shade.

Library Park
This park is right off Main Street in downtown Fuquay, and is 1 acre, located right next to the Fuquay-Varina Museum complex. Features include picnic shelter, and playground.