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Saxapahaw, North Carolina, is about 20 minutes from Chapel Hill, 30 minutes from Durham, and 40 minutes from Raleigh or Greensboro. If you're flying in from out of town, the airports closest to the event are RDU in Raleigh and GSO in Greensboro. View Map
The closest accommodations are hotels in Burlington or Chapel Hill. Once we have negotiated a discounted rate at a local hotel we will post the discount code and reservation instructions here.
Transportation to the event
You can drive or take advantage of a Lyft, Uber, or taxi service. Due to the remote location of the conference it may be difficult to secure an Uber/Lyft after the conference. We will have taxi numbers available should you need to call one.
When you arrive at the conference, please park in the designated meadow across the street from the Haw River Ballroom (see diagram above). Parking attendants will be onsite to direct you.
Breakfast and lunch are included in your conference registration and will be catered by the Eddy Pub. Saxapahaw dinner options for Thursday and Friday nights include the Saxapahaw General Store and the acclaimed Eddy Pub. Picnic down by the river, enjoy a coffee from Cup 22 on the Haw River Ballroom deck, or grab a beer from Haw River Farmhouse Ales.
About the Venue
SwitchPoint is an unusual gathering in an unusual setting. You won't sit in any conference rooms here. Instead you'll be in and around the Haw River Ballroom, a beautiful, award-winning space set in the former dye house of a historic cotton mill. And you'll be surrounded by the charm of Saxapahaw, a tiny, historic town in the beautiful North Carolina Piedmont. Come get some fresh air and find out what makes SwitchPoint a conference like no other. Dress is casual; the conversation won't be.
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