Spring Folly is a downtown street festival, encompassing several blocks in each direction from its epicenter at Main and Mountain Streets. Parking is limited in the actual festival area, but there are neighboring parking lots within a couple of blocks of downtown.
From I-40 Business Eastbound:
Coming from Winston-Salem on Business Interstate 40, exist at the South Main Street exit (exit #14) and turn left at the top of the exit ramp. You will be on South Main Street. Shortly after you enter the historic district you will enter the festival area. Korner’s Folly is the first festival site on your right. South Main Street will be blocked off just past the intersection of Salisbury Street and South Main.
Cherry Street is open for North-South through traffic. Cherry Street is a parallel street to Main Street.
You may also approach Kernersville on “bypass” 40, exiting at Union Cross Road. Turn left at the exit ramp onto Union Cross Road. Union Cross Road becomes Salisbury Street and merges with South Main Street.
From I-40 Business Westbound:
Coming from Greensboro, take Business 40 at the fork (exit #206). Exit I-40 Business at the route 66 exit (#15). At the top of the exit ramp turn left onto route 66.
To reach the center of the festival area turn left onto East Mountain Street (Prudential Piedmont Realty will be on your left and Parks Chevrolet will be on your right).
To reach parking areas at the Northern end of the festival or to bypass the festival area, go straight ahead on route 66 (Bodenhamer Street).
Bodenhamer Street is open for through East-West traffic. Bodenhamer is a parallel street to East and West Mountain Streets.
Friday & Saturday Parking: While Spring Folly does not have any official parking lots, Main Street United Methodist Church allows people to park in their main parking lot. They hope that people parking there will make a voluntary contribution to Crisis Control Ministries. A collection box and volunteer is on duty Friday evening and all day Saturday. The church is located at 306 South Main Street, Kernersville.
Sunday Parking: The town’s public parking lot on South Main and Mountain Street is open for public parking on Sunday afternoon.