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What do I need to know about festival parking?
May I bring my dog?
Are ATMs available?
Where can I stay overnight?

What do I need to know about festival parking?

Park at the University of Mount Olive’s Kornegay Arena and take the free shuttle into downtown. The shuttle runs about every 15 minutes.

Handicapped parking is available at the Original Free Will Baptist Convention Headquarters, 111 N. Chestnut Street.

Paid parking downtown is available at First Baptist Church, 300 N. Chestnut Street, at First United Methodist Church, 120 E. James Street, at Mount Olive Presbyterian, 105 N. Breazeale Avenue, at Mount Olive Family Medicine, 201 N. Breazeale, and at the corner of Church Street and Main. (All of these locations use parking proceeds for nonprofit causes.) Other paid lots may be available as well.

If you park on a downtown street, pay attention to the no parking signs! Parking is allowed on one side of the street only. Towing will be enforced.

 


May I bring my dog?

We generally recommend that festival goers leave their animals at home.

 


Are ATMs available?

Two downtown banks – First South, at 213 N. Chestnut Street, and Wells Fargo, at NE Center Street – have ATM machines, and the N.C. Pickle Festival also will have one available in the vicinity of the carnival rides, at the corner of Main and Chestnut.

 


Where can I stay overnight?

Mount Olive’s Sleep Inn and Suites, 919-658-1002. Other nearby lodging is available in Goldsboro, approximately 15 miles away. For details, go to www.visitgoldsboronc.com

 

 

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