Fuquay-Varina’s Fleming Loop Park was home for the first to the WRAL Freedom Balloon Fest May 27, 2016. The town is planning to spend $2.68 million in improvements to the park, with funds coming from a variety of sources. There will be seven fields, lights for the fields, a walking track, parking, picnic shelters and a new concession/restroom building.
Fuquay-Varina’s Fleming Loop Park was home for the first to the WRAL Freedom Balloon Fest May 27, 2016. The town is planning to spend $2.68 million in improvements to the park, with funds coming from a variety of sources. There will be seven fields, lights for the fields, a walking track, parking, picnic shelters and a new concession/restroom building. Kendall Bagley newsobserver.com
Fuquay-Varina’s Fleming Loop Park was home for the first to the WRAL Freedom Balloon Fest May 27, 2016. The town is planning to spend $2.68 million in improvements to the park, with funds coming from a variety of sources. There will be seven fields, lights for the fields, a walking track, parking, picnic shelters and a new concession/restroom building. Kendall Bagley newsobserver.com

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