Holly Hill, a small mainland city in Florida, boasts bigger borders of Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach. This city, as of 2010, only held a population of 12,000 people, which made for close-knit communities, old-fashioned downtown amenities, and several quiet suburban neighborhoods. The town is peaceful and within a short drive of all of the larger, popular attractions in Florida. Holly Hill is a go-to city for travelers seeking peace away from the spring break crowds or rowdier summer beach-goers.
While the interior of Holly Hill is home to mostly locals, a few restaurants, and a handful of shops, the outskirts offer a few things for travelers to do and see. Sunrise Park, for instance, is a quiet, family-friendly destination, complete with nature trails, picnic areas, small playgrounds for children and toddlers, and fishing docks on a narrow river.
For pet owners, the Riviera Oaks Dog Park is sectioned into gated run-around areas for both small and large dogs. Pet owners are welcome to sit at the picnic area and make new friends, while their pups run and play with other dogs their size. Be sure to keep the park clean with provided doggie-doo bags and nearby trash cans.