Come visit a real working butterfly farm! Your visit begins with a fun, fast-paced skit using kids from the audience. You will learn about the lifecycle of a Monarch butterfly, then see eggs, caterpillars, chrysalis’ and adult Monarchs in the flight house! All visitors are encouraged to hand-feed the butterflies for an up-close look. Family…Read more
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
With a quarter mile go-cart track, a kids go-cart track, blaster bumper boats, 36 holes of miniature golf, 6 batting cages with slow, medium, and fast pitch for baseball and softball, and over 100 video/arcade games, there is something for everyone. To refuel after a hard day of playing, visit the on-site restaurant for some…Read more
Wet ‘N Wild Emerald Pointe is the Carolina’s favorite waterpark. One of the largest in the area, the waterpark features over 36 water rides and attractions. With over 3 million gallons of waterpark fun, Wet’n Wild Greensboro has been rated one of the Top 10 Water Parks in America. Sprawling across 41 acres, the park…Read more
A public teaching garden which promotes the art of horticulture and demonstrates the conservation of water and native plants, while providing the public with a living laboratory for research, learning and interaction with the natural world. Children under 8 are FREE. Service animals only.
It’s an animal-inspired treetop adventure park located above the Greensboro Science Center’s zoo! Featuring 60 challenges and three levels of intensity, this exciting adventure is appropriate for thrill-seekers, nature-lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts ages 8 and up. Hours vary by season.
Pick-your-own & pre-picked strawberries. Fresh local pre-picked produce which includes homegrown tomatoes, corn, melons, beans, collards, cabbage, and squash. Vegetable plants available in April.
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.
Greensboro’s newest addition to the city’s collection of beautiful parks and gardens. Phase I opened in 2011 with the Main Entrance, the Rain Garden and Pond, the Michel Family Children’s Garden and the Greensboro Heritage Garden which includes the Heritage Plaza, Icon Water Feature, and Entry Wall. Unique public artwork is displayed throughout the garden.…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.