Stretched across two counties in the southern Triangle area, this unincorporated community actually has two names—Willow Spring for the large portion in Wake County, and Willow Springs for the smaller bit in Johnston County. For those in search of country living with big-city access, look no farther than Willow Springs, NC!
- Have a hankering for some amazing barbecue? Stephenson’s Barbecue is the place to go! Founded in 1958, this homegrown restaurant slow cooks their pork for six to eight hours to create the perfect barbecue.
- A good country store is always a great place to shop for local jams, jellies and honey or yummy, old fashioned hard candy. You can find all of that and more at The Country Market Store off of NC 55 Highway. Stop in, look around, and take a step back in time.
- Come enjoy local produce, homemade ice cream, and more at Porter Farms and Nursery Market. Hilltop Farms also offers local produce, flowers and herbs on their beautiful farm.
We hope you enjoyed our top 3 places to visit in Willow Springs! If you have any questions about the Triangle, please give us a call at 919-782-4505! Our team would love to help you.