2864 Pruden Blvd.
Suffolk, VA 23434-7231
Phone: (757) 934-2311
Fax: (757) 934-2314
2864 Pruden Blvd., Suffolk, VA, US, 23434-7231
- Phone: (757) 934-2311
- Fax: (757) 934-2314
The site of many tennis tournaments, including the Tim Reid Celebrity Tennis Classic, this center offers ten hard court tennis courts, including four which are lighted for night play.
Situated on the Nansemond River, this golf club is the region's premier waterfront golf course and it offers more than three miles of riverfront and fourteen holes on water, including a natural island green. The club includes a complete pro shop, practice and teaching facilities, a clubhouse, snack bar, and club rentals.
Fun for the entire family, this 18 hole, par 72 public golf course includes a driving range, practice green, practice bunker, club rentals, a snack bar, and restaurant.
This legendary 18 hole, par 72 championship public golf course is located at Sleepy Hole Park on the Nansemond River and it has hosted eight LPGA Tour events, as well as served as a venue for many prestigious amateur tournaments. The course features tree-lined fairways and large greens and includes a driving range, practice bunker, chipping area, pro shop, and snack bar.
Lake Drummond is a freshwater lake located in the middle of the Great Dismal Swamp. The lake has an unusually low pH level due to acidic materials from the surrounding soil leeching into the swamp, making the wildlife in the lake limited. There is boating and fishing allowed on the lake.
The Windsor Park is currently a public park in the Smithfield vicinity of Virginia. It earlier stood as a plantation and was transformed into a park in 2009. This park is home to historical structures that take you back in time. Apart from historical importance, the park is also known for its scenic walking trails and fun events hosted here.
A very challenging 18 hole, par 72 public golf course that features narrow, tree-lined fairways, well bunkered greens, and water hazards coming into play on almost every hole. A clubhouse, pavilion, well stocked pro shop, restaurant, driving range, chipping and putting areas, and practice bunker are also on site.
This fascinating trail is built on an old railroad right-of-way and it passes through an interesting part of modern Norfolk and some of its heritage sites. Walkers can visit the Norfolk Fort, where several early 19th-century buildings still survive, including a dungeon. The trail winds by the waters of Hampton Roads, giving walkers a chance to see ships and tankers, not to mention various birds and other indigenous wildlife. It's a great walk to do at any time of year and is completely free.
This stunning golf course is only minutes away from downtown Norfolk, making it the perfect place to make your golfing escape. It affords stunning views of the coastline and ocean and has challenging play that is suitable for all levels. The course was designed by Lester George, one of golf's best known course designers; it was initially private, and frequented only by the very rich, until the City of Norfolk restored the course and aimed to raise it to championship level. The course is also situated behind historic Old Dominion University. Call for more details.
Unique doglegs and strategically placed water hazards are featured at this 18 hole, par 70 semiprivate golf club which also features a driving range, putting and chipping areas, restaurants, a snack bar, league tournaments, golf lessons, and a club house.
Enjoy a challenging round of golf while at this 6,278 yard, 18 hole, par 71 semiprivate golf course that features all bentgrass greens and Bermuda fairways, as well as a driving range, putting green, well stocked pro shop, and a restaurant.
Part of the Nauticus Maritime Center, the USS Wisconsin came to Norfolk in 2000. The ship is over 60 years old, first launched in 1943, and is one of the largest battleships ever built by the US Navy. Children and history buffs especially love it, and docents are placed in various spots on board to answer any questions about the ship's colorful history.