2444 Maple Avenue
Burlington, NC 27215
Phone: (336) 229-5203
Fax: (336) 570-0529
2444 Maple Avenue, Burlington, NC, US, 27215
- Phone: (336) 229-5203
- Fax: (336) 570-0529
State-of-the-art tennis center that features 12 lighted hard court tennis courts for open and tournament play plus offers lessons and youth programs. A tennis pavilion with a fully stocked pro shop is also on site.
Year round aquatic center that offers open swimming times, as well as a wide variety of programs for all ages such as water aerobics, swimming lessons, and exciting youth programs.
A challenging, scenic golf course and beautiful wedding reception site, hosting golf tournaments and serving as a banquet hall and event venue for all occasions. Only 25-minutes from Chapel Hill.
Operated by the city of Burlington with cooperation with Guilford County, Guilford-Mackintosh Marina sits on Lake Mackintosh in Guilford County. Although fishing, boating, rental boats and paddle boats are allowed, swimming as well as wading, or personal watercrafts are not allowed since the lake is Burlington's primary water reserve. There is also a 3-mile walk and bike trail to enjoy, as well as a volleyball court, horseshoe, and playground.
This 18 hole, par 72 open golf course boasts four water hazards plus features a practice putting green, cart rentals, and vending machines.
A "soft spikes" only golf course, this 18 hole course features beautiful, well-kept greens and includes a practice putting green, a snack bar, and a fully stocked pro shop. Club rentals are available.
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.
This fun 18 hole, par 71 golf course features challenging hills, bunkers, and five ponds. A 25 acre practice facility with a unique aqua range, sand traps and target greens with four acres of grass tees, a practice putting green, a snack bar, and a well stocked pro shop are also on site. Private and group lessons available.
Bryan Park is a golf complex as well as recreational facility for the entire family, and named after Joseph and Kathleen Bryan, the complex's foremost donors. The Players Course and the Championship Course are two of the most finely designed golf courses in the nation. The Players Course opened in 1974, while the other 18-hole Championship Course opened in 1990. As with most other courses, facilities include clubhouse, pro-shop, as well as golf-range and golf pros to offer help and instructions. The park not part of the courses include volleyball and tennis courts, nine picnic shelters, horseshoe pits and a playground.
Opened in 1969, the lake was named after former Greensboro City Manager Jame R. Townsend. The lake measures at 1,542 acres, and is the largest of all the city's municipal reservoirs. Sailing and boating is allowed, and so is fishing from either on a boat or pier. If you are fishing, you are probably likely to find either largemouth bass, hybrid bass, catfish, or crappie. If so desired, rowboats, sailboats, or kayaks can be rented out. If you're that much a boating enthusiast, the Lake Townsend Yacht Club is open to the pubic with sailing classes offered during the summer months.
The best kept secret in Greensboro, this beautiful 18 hole, par 72 golf course includes a practice putting green, a well stocked pro shop, a snack bar, cart and club rentals, and a PGA pro on staff.
Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion, located at Barber Park, provides sports enthusiasts with a place to hone their skills and indulge in some fun competition between friends. The indoor courts can be converted to accommodate basketball, volleyball or tennis, and a large conference room on the premises provides leagues with a place to meet. Call ahead to find out about operation hours.