Established in 1989 through the purchase of the former Burlington Industries recreation facility, this 250-acre park adjacent to Lake Brandt provides a wide variety of recreational opportunities to Guilford County residents.
A long-time Greensboro favorite, the garden features flowering and deciduous trees, shrubs, and annual beds containing mass and design plantings, bringing color to the garden throughout the year. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. Free. Hours: May-Aug, 8am-8pm; Sept.-Oct., 8am-7pm; Nov.-Feb., 8am-5pm;…Read more
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 fishers. Bring your own boat or rent.
Features picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, lake with piers, and two 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.
A regional park features a sprayground, six picnic shelters, playgrounds, one mile walking trail, an outdoor amphitheater, disc golf, Penn Wright Baseball Stadium, Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion, and the Barber Park Event Center featuring the Ruth Wicker Tribute to Women.
An 816-acre municipal reservoir that offers fishing, kayaking and canoeing. Rowboats, stand up paddle boards, kayaks and canoes are available for daily rental. Boat launches are available. A lakeside picnic shelter is also available for rent. Bur-Mil Park is also surrounding the lake. Hours vary seasonally.