707 NC HIGHWAY 66 S
Kernersville, NC 27284
Phone: (336) 996-3501
Fax: (336) 996-9701
Triad Park, located to the west of Greensboro, spans 426 acres (172.40 hectares) of meadows and woods. Visitors can enjoy the horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, softball field and soccer fields for a small fee, or they can choose to tackle one of the many hiking trails in the park. The catch-and-release fishing pond is stocked with small fish. Reservations for picnic shelters and Woodland Hall should be made well in advance. The park is open from 7a daily, and closes at different times depending on the season.
An extensive learning center that features a three-tiered driving range with grass tees, two regulation holes, an indoor computer-operated teaching facility, one putting green and two chipping greens, an 18 hole, par 72 putting course, a short game area with a sand bunker, and five LPGA and PGA pros on staff.
Set in a scenic, hilly setting, this public 18 hole, par 72 has four challenging, heavily wooded lakeside par three holes and includes a restaurant, a pro shop, and a clubhouse. Club rentals are available.
This soccer complex features eight soccer fields, a field house, and a concession stand.
Men, women, and juniors leagues enjoy the four indoor and 10 outdoor tennis courts at the Oak Hollow Tennis Center. Lessons are available.
Designed by Pete Dye, this 18 hole, par 72 golf course has undulating greens, pot bunkers, railroad ties, an island tee, and several peninsula greens. There is a fully stocked pro shop on-site.
Eight water hazards come into play at this challenging 18 hole, par 71 golf course that also includes a large clubhouse, a practice putting green, and a snack bar.
An interesting 18 hole, par 70 golf course that features water hazards on eight holes and includes a snack bar, a clubhouse, a pro shop, and a lighted range with all-grass tees.
A family fun bowling center that features 52 state-of-the-art lanes and offers various bowling leagues, as well as open bowling, banquet facilities, a well stocked pro shop, and a cafe.
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.
Named after former Creensboro City Councilmen Vic Higgins when it opened back 1956, the lake itself is a 226-acre municipal reservoir. Fishing is allowed from a boat or pier, as is kayaking and canoeing. Don't worry if you don't have your own boat, kayak or canoe, because you can rent any of these from the park for pretty cheap.
The official practice facility for the Greensboro Generals, this 36,000 square foot facility features a standard 200-foot by 85-foot ice surface, as well as bi-level seating, four enclosed locker rooms with showers, three large multipurpose rooms, a full service snack bar, and a pro shop. Adult and youth hockey leagues and tournaments are available, as well as figure skating lessons, clinics, and daily public skating sessions.