242 Lakecrest Rd
Asheboro, NC 27203
Phone: (336) 626-3680
Fax: (336) 626-7569
A local favorite golf course, this nine hole municipal golf course was designed by Donald Ross in 1935 and lies on 56 beautiful acres.
Spread over an impressive area spanning hundreds of acres, this is the largest natural habitat zoo in America! On a walk through, you can observe the animals at home in recreations of their natural living conditions. See polar bears and baboons, zebras and sea lions; there is a plethora of wild life here. With a plan to incorporate another 900 acres, this wildlife institution will have it all. From different species of the animal kingdom to a rare plant collection, there's a ton to see. Refreshments and picnic areas, gift shops, an amphitheater and more are present onsite too. Check the website for further details.
Tally Ho invites you to join them for a Summer with horses. They strive to bring the whole horsemanship experience to you. Their main disciplines are English Pleasure, Hunter Jumper, and Dressage. Tally Ho is located on a 27 acre farm in Ramseur, NC, just off Highway 64 close to Asheboro and Greensboro, NC.
Nestled on 200 beautiful acres, this challenging 18 hole, par 71 golf course is oriented around a spring-fed 22 acre lake and features a fully stocked pro shop, dining facilities, a snack bar, clubhouse, and an Olympic size swimming pool on site.
Zoo City Motor Sports Park is south of Greensboro and offers the wide-open space needed for this extreme motorcross track. Not only is this track often used by national motorcross riding stars but there's a mountain bike course and a trail loop for ATV's and dirtbikes. You might even want to stay overnight, since camping is available and there is wireless Internet on the property.
Bent grass greens, Bermuda grass fairways, sand bunkers, and water hazards can all be found at this public 9 hole, par 35 golf course.
Hagan Stone Park is 409-acres (165.55 hectares) of lush, scenic campground and recreational facility. The park is open for camping all year-round with sites available either in wooded or open sites for tents, RVs, or trailers. Groups of up to 40 people can be reserved, with 8 miles (12.87 kilometers) of trails for walking, biking or hiking. Picnic shelters can also be reserved. In fact, reservations are encouraged if so desired.
An 18 hole , par 72 public golf course with an on-site pro shop.
A driving range, a practice putting green, cart rentals, a pro shop, a clubhouse, a snack bar, and a meeting room are included at this lovely 18 hole, par 72 golf course.
A well conditioned municipal 18 hole golf course that was built in 1974 by landscape architect John Townsend, this golf course offers exciting golfing for players of all skill levels and includes a practice putting green and a grass driving range.
You'll find a driving range with grass tees and target greens, a nine hole golf course, a putting green, and a chipping green at this unique golf center.
Piedmont Environmental Center is a lovely place for all nature lovers. The center conducts several programs which are attended by naturalists and other nature enthusiasts. The center conducts trails and hiking trips and also guides school groups and other students. Their camps are also quite interesting. Please see the website for more details.