This 226-acre municipal reservoir offers fishing from a boat or pier with a launch ramp available. Rowboats, canoes and kayaks are available for daily rental. An accessible kayak launch is available. A lakeside picnic shelter is also available for rent. Hours vary seasonally.
This working gristmill and country store with the sights and smells of another era is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers a gift shop with a variety of stoneground meals, grits, flour, mixes (pancake, muffins, etc), pottery and crafts. Hours: Daily, 9am-5pm.
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.
Greensboro’s downtown stadium opened its gates to a crowd of 8,540 on April 3, 2005 with a Grasshoppers exhibition game against the then Florida Marlins. This state-of-the-art facility features a 30′ wide, open-air concourse, plentiful concession points of sale, the Grandstand outdoor sports bar, a kid-safe play park and numerous amenities. The stadium’s seating capacity…Read more
Welcome to the nonprofit North Carolina Pottery Center, the only state-wide facility in the nation devoted solely to pottery. Designed, funded, and constructed through the labors of many citizens, the center opened to the public in Seagrove, NC, on Nov. 7, 1998.
Celebrate Nature—at the Zoo and Virtually! At the North Carolina Zoo, we celebrate nature. Being the world’s largest natural habitat zoo means the animals here have plenty of room to roam. Our dedicated team of experts provide exceptional, compassionate care to the more than 1,700 animals that call our Park home. We also lead efforts…Read more