This park is a new addition to Greensboro’s collection of beautiful parks and gardens. Phase I includes a community garden, sprayground, picnic shelters, playgrounds, concessions, trails and walkways, a pond and gorgeous scenery!
Take a spin on Greensboro’s custom-carved, hand-painted carousel! Figures include traditional horses as well as a red panda, octopus, anteater, triceratops, and pygmy hippo. Located in Country Park, the carousel is operated by the Greensboro Science Center. Admission fee. Hours vary by season.
The Carolina Field of Honor at Triad Park is a permanent reminder of the sacrifice of our service members, a place to reflect on the freedoms they have secured, and a community’s collective way of showing its heartfelt gratitude. Funding for the memorial was made possible by The War Memorial Foundation. The park conducts special…Read more
In the heart of downtown Greensboro, the Center City Park features a spectacular fountain, a pavilion for gatherings, performances, and a great lawn for events. Enjoy the gardens and peaceful fountain. Free seasonal concerts, movies, and programs.
Greensboro’s newest destination features attractions for people of all ages, including an interactive water feature in the VF Seasonal Plaza, the Junior League of Greensboro’s Reading Room, and the Downtown Greensboro Animal Hospital Dog Park. Market Square features food and drink from Porter House Burger. A monumental aerial sculpture by international acclaimed artist Janet Echelman…Read more
Consists of 400+ acres of natural area with hiking/biking trails, lakes, woods, and various open areas, shelters, and playgrounds. The new ADA compliant Aquatic Center is across form the Bradley’s Fun For All Playground. Camping Facilities include RV/trailer with water and electrical hook-ups and ground tent sites.
Features a clubhouse for rental, a nine-hole, lighted par 3 golf course, lighted driving range with grass hitting area, outdoor aquatic center, Wildlife Education Center, two fishing ponds, a pier on Lake Brandt, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, hiking and bicycle trails, and picnic shelters.
A long-time Greensboro favorite, the garden features flowering and deciduous trees, shrubs and annual beds containing mass and design plantings that bring color to the garden throughout the year. The adjacent Caldwell Park was established in honor of the Rev. Dr. David Caldwell (1725-1824), whose home and famous Log College school for young men were…Read more
Southwest Park consists of 513 acres with hiking and biking trails, dog park, picnic shelters and athletic fields. Randleman Regional Reservoir offers miles of open water for use by boaters and fishermen. Bring your own boat or rent. Please note swimming, water skiing, jet skis, bank fishing, and gasoline motors are strictly prohibited. 336-641-2050 for…Read more
Features picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, lake with piers, pedal boats (seasonal), and three sand volleyball courts. Football and soccer fields can be rented, based on availability. Park has an 11-court tennis facility, walking trails, an exercise course and the Trotter Recreation Center. Fee may be charged for some activities.