North Carolina Parks

  • Crossings At Grove Park, The

    Course Access: Semi-Private
    Holes: 18
    Reserve Advance Tee Times: 3

  • Tanglewood Park -Three Par

    Course Access: Public
    Holes: 18
    Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

  • Tanglewood Park -Championship

    Course Access: Public
    Holes: 18
    Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

  • Tanglewood Park -Reynolds

    Course Access: Public
    Holes: 18
    Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

  • Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation

    More than 12,000 acres of parkland for the enjoyment of Charlotte's residents and visitors. With more than 150

  • Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park @ Daddy Joes

    Located just minutes from the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach, Yogi Bear'

  • Tregembo Animal Park

    Eastern Carolina's oldest zoo. The Tregembo family has operated a zoo in this location for over 50 years!

  • Ralph J. Andrews Park

    47 campsites, full hook-ups, laundry, hot showers, dump station. Near river, stream and on Lake Glenville. Open April - October From: $6-$9. No credit cards.

  • Laurel Hills Park/All Children's Playground

    Laurel Hills Park, in northwest Raleigh, includes the All Children'

  • Apple Valley Travel Park

    94 spacious sites on 10 shaded, beautiful acres. 2 bath houses & lovely dining / recreation hall with fireplace.

  • Park Diner

    Cafes, Delis and Sandwiches, Southern

  • Homeplace Recreational Park, Inc.

    Located near Mount Airy, Homeplace Recreational Park is a full-service campground with a swimming pool, 18

  • Cane Creek Park

    Beautiful, fully-equipped recreational facility surrounding a 350-acre trophy bass lake. Whether fishing, camping, swimming or just having an outdoor gathering for family, friends, or co-workers, it'

  • Middleton Park

    Playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball fields, picnic shelter, concession stand, soccer field, t-ball field, restrooms and picnic areas.

  • West Point on the Eno City Park

    388-acre city park located along the Eno River. Features reconstructed 1778 working grist mill, McCown-Mangum House built in 1880'

  • Fred G. Bond Metro Park

    The largest municipal park in Wake County, Bond Park is a 310-acre facility with picnic shelters, athletic fields, a 42-acre fishing/

  • Jordan Lake Wetlands / State Recreation Area

    5 impoundment areas ranging from 50-2000 acres. Provide habitat for waterfowl including ducks and Canada geese. Bird watching (duck hunting December and January).

  • William R. Davie Park

    This 106 acre recreation facility offers a 4000

  • Singletary Lake State Park

    Unique North Carolina bay area and group camping facility for nonprofit organizations only (no public camping) with the following facilities: cabins/

  • Lake Waccamaw State Park

    One of the most unique bodies of water in the world. Animals found nowhere else on earth, rare plants and endangered animals. Boating (no ramp in park, two nearby)

  • Croatan National Forest

    This coastal national forest contains 159,000

  • Jordan Lake Educational State Forest

    Jordan Lake Educational State Forest is one of the newest members of North Carolina'

  • High Point Museum and Historical Park

    The High Point Museum- Where Past and Present Meet! Visit us and meet early entrepreneurs as well as other distinctive High Point citizens. Picture jazz musician John Coltrane'

  • Town Mountain Travel Park

    Town Mountain Travel Park's oversized campsites (40 x 100)

  • Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park

    Open Apr-Oct. Sites: gravel, grass, some shaded, pull-thrus, full hook-ups. Facilities: restrooms & showers, public phone, general store, snack bar, RV supplies, laundry. Recreation:

  • Neuseway Nature Park and Campground

    Located on 55 acres along the Neuse River, this beautiful nature-based park is brimming with fun things to do. Enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, biking, picnicing, canoeing, and a 16x24

  • Renaissance Park

    Includes Renaissance Golf Course and the Jeff Adams Tennis Center. Also offers soccer fields, softball and rugged bike trails.

  • Park Road Park

    This 124 acre park features a large and new playground area, picnic shelters, outdoor basketball courts, lighted tennis and softball complexes, 4 acre lake and walking trail.

  • McAlpine Creek Community Park

    This 462 acre park features soccer fields, 5K cross country course, lake, fishing pier, and picnic areas.

  • Mallard Creek Community Park

    515 acre wooded property with lighted softball fields and soccer complexes with large shelters. A state of the art playground and 18 hole golf course.

  • Marshall Park

    Located in the governmental plaza area of Charlotte, this park includes a reflecting pond, fountain, amphitheater, and inviting benches. It is also the home of three memorials:

  • Lake James State Park

    Straddling McDowell and Burke counties, Lake James State Park occupies about 605 acres on the southern shore of the 6,500-acre mountain lake. Along with 20

  • Howard Knob Park

    Maintained by the Watauga Parks &

  • Triad Park

    Currently, the park features six sand volleyball courts; nine sets of horseshoe pits; an asphalt path system for walkers, in-line skaters and cyclists; children?s playgrounds;

  • Battle Park

    A scenic drive in Battle Park will take you through the area from which Rocky Mount got its name. The park is the site of the original village of Rocky Mount and its first post office circa 1816

  • Colonel Francis Beatty Park

    Five soccer fields, two lighted basketball courts, six lighted tennis courts, a conference center, 16 acre lake and trails.

  • Freedom Park

    Seven acre lake, three youth ballfields, four soccer fields, trails, tennis courts, volleyball, basketball, a playground area, amphitheater and picnic shelters.

  • Veterans Memorial Park, Inc.

    Site of Mount Airy's annual fiddlers convention and county fair. Located nearby Historic Downtown Mount Airy, the park has 32 full hook-ups as well as primitive sites.

  • Roanoke Island Festival Park

    Twenty years before Jamestown, there was Roanoke Island. The settlement didn'

  • Metrolina Wildlife Park

    Come see the wild, exotic animals up close and personal. Walk through and see large cats, primates, bears, reptiles and a lot more. Large petting zoo area. Picnic facilities;

  • Missing Mill Park

    Located just a few walking blocks from downtown Historic Hertford and on the beautiful Perquimans River, Missing Mill Park offers a nature boardwalk, picnic tables, canoe &

  • Moses H. Cone Memorial Park

    Historic site located on the Blue Ridge Parkway. 3600 acres of forests, meadows and wildflowers. Bass Lake and Trout Lake. 26 miles of carriage roads for walking/

  • Lake Norman State Park

    Discover Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake in the state. Covers 1,458 acres. Picnic areas, swimming, canoes, rowboats, paddle boats for rent. Group camping facility (tents only). Family tent/

  • Finch Park

    Pack a picnic, bring a lawn chair and enjoy the "Fireworks Extravaganza" on July 4. Children's amusements and games. Musical entertainment. Concessions. Event held at Finch Park in Lexington - 1/2

  • Tom Johnson Rally Park

    Large groups only! Mid Apr-Oct. RVs/campers. Food service (catering available), grills/

  • Pullen Park

    A small amusement park with a 1911

  • Mordecai Historic Park

    Mordecai Historic Park offers a unique glimpse into early Raleigh life. The park features Mordecai House(c.1785/1826), formerly the seat of one of Wake County'

  • Greensboro Jaycee Park

    A variety of sports facilities are avilable at this park, including the Stoner-White Stadium, Spec Evatt Field for baseball; the J. Spencer Lowe Tennis Center with 13 championship courts;

  • Southside Park

    A 27-acre park featuring: group picnic shelters, amphitheater, concession and restroom facilities, playground area, informal ballfield, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, paved parking for 125

  • Blue Ridge Parkway Association

    The Blue Ridge Parkway Association, founded 50

  • Doughton Park

    This 7,000-acre park, the largest recreation area on the Blue Ridge Parkway, offers a lodge (Bluffs Lodge)

  • Chimney Rock Park

    Reach the top of a mountain near Asheville in about 30 seconds. That?s the time it takes to ride the 26-story elevator built inside Chimney Rock. Stretching some 75

  • Blowing Rock Memorial Park

    Downtown park with picnic shelter and tables, playground equipment and low climbing wall, basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits.

  • Hornet's Nest Park

    102 acre park in northwest Charlotte offers walking trails, tennis, athletic fields, basketball, a playground, lake, picnic shelters, 18 hole disc golf course, and a BMX track.

  • SouthPark Mall

    As the Carolinas'

  • Bur-Mil Park

    Bur-Mil Park?s Golf Practice Facility includes a Par 3

  • Blue Ridge Parkway

    The 469-mile parkway intersects Asheville at US25, 70 and 74, and NC191. Craggy Gardens (MP 364, 25 miles north of Asheville)

  • Kerr Lake State Recreation Area

    50,000 acre lake (North Carolina) with over 800

  • Paradise off the Parkway

    Guest room available in a home just north off the Parkway, mid-point between Blowing Rock and Boone; five minutes from the village, the shops, great dining and more. Enjoy a cozy "Weaverly"

  • Julian Price Memorial Park and Campground

    Approximately 3900 acre park with camping, picnic area, lake, fishing, hiking, and special ranger-led programs. Located at Milepost 297 on the Blue Ride Parkway- 129 tent sites and 68

  • Chuck Morehead Memorial Park

    The park offers basketball, baseball/softball, tennis courts, vollyball, swimming pools, championship 18 hole disc golf course, and childrens activities

  • Concord Motorsport Park

    NASCAR weekly racing series for stock cars April through October on 1/2-mile paved tri-oval. Legends and Bandolero racing on 1/4 mile paved oval.

  • Extended Stay Deluxe Raleigh/Cary- Regency Parkway

    Our furnished deluxe studios offers complete kitchen with full size appliances, microwave, cofee maker and utensils. We also offer separate living and dining areas and a 24

  • Nantahala National Forest

    The Nantahala National Forest encompasses more than a half-million acres of pristine woodlands. Elevations from a high of 5,800 feet to a low of 1,200

  • Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort

    This Emerald Isle oceanfront camping resort offers 325 grass sites with full hookups, lots of amenities, dump station, outdoor pool, recreational rental equipment, kids'

  • Spring Hill Park

    Sites for self-contained RV's. Wooded, quite, secure, clean. Convenient to UNC, Duke and RTP. Located about 5 miles west of Chapel Hill on the Old Greensboro Road.

  • Historic Oak View County Park

    This antebellum farmstead features an 1855 Greek Revival house, detached plank kitchen, cotton gin museum, an herb garden, picnic facilities, a barn and the 3000-sq.ft. Farm History Center. On the 17

  • Hagan-Stone Park

    Park consists of 409 acres of natural area with hiking/biking trails, fishing, lakes, woods and various open areas and playgrounds. Camp Joy's seasonal swimming pool is located 1/4

  • Durham Bulls Athletic Park

    Nationally acclaimed, 10,000-seat downtown home of the Durham Bulls Triple-A baseball club, made famous by the movie "Bull Durham."

  • Dan Nicholas Park & Campground

    425 acre park located 8 miles southeast of Salisbury. Offers a 10

  • Haywood Park Hotel

    There?s a difference you?ll feel from the moment you arrive at Haywood Park Hotel. All 33

  • Bryan Park - Players Course

    Eighteen hole championship layout features newly renovated greens and bunkers. Four star rating by Golf Digests "Places to Play". Amenities include:

  • Memorial Park

    The Beirut Memorial was a gift from the citizens of Onslow County to honor those men that lived among us and gave so much. A solemn tribute to 273

  • Historic Durham Athletic Park

    Film location for the movie "Bull Durham" starring Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon & Tim Robbins. It now hosts the renowned Bull Durham Blues Festival each year.

  • Village of Pinehurst R.V. Park

    Located on US Hwy 15-501, 1.5 miles north of Pinehurst and 9 miles south of Carthage. The Pinehurst area has over 35

  • Wrightsville Beach Park

    City park with 13 acres of tennis courts, basketball courts, softball, football and soccer fields, sand volleyball courts, playground equipment and fitness trail.

  • Riverfront Park

    Riverfront Park is city park that stretches for 250 ft. along the Cape Fear River at Water Street in downtown Wilmington. Benches, fountain, restrooms, landscaping, etc.


  • Country Park

    The park offers two stocked fishing lakes, a handicap accessible children'

  • Crouse Park

    Town park features volleyball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, walking trail, playground equipment for all ages, picnic area and Crouse House for inside activities in mid-town Sparta.

  • Moratock Iron Furnace and Park

    This iron smelting furnace was built on the banks of the Dan River in 1843

  • Parkview Lodge

    Great location adjacent to Blue Ridge Parkway. Near by attractions - Linville Falls, Linville Gorge, Linville Caverns, Grandfather Mountain, Snow Skiing, Gemstone Mining, Roan Mountain.

  • Durant Nature Park

    This north Raleigh park offers 5

  • Blue Jay Point County Park

    Located on the shores of Falls Lake in northern Wake County, the park'

  • Asheville Parks & Recreation

    More than 50 parks offering golf, swimming, tennis, skateboarding, roller hockey, climbing wall, nature center, playgrounds, basketball, community centers, ballfields, picnic shelters, and trails. H/

  • Frank Liske Park

    230 acres of open space, including a 10

  • Hurley Park

    Elizabeth Holmes Hurley Park is a 14

  • Falls Lake State Recreation Area

    Moments away from the hustle and bustle of the Research Triangle, this 12,000-acre lake and 26,000

  • Glenn Hilton, Jr. Memorial Park

    Picnic Shelter with tables and grill, playground equipment, restroom, gazebo, walking, fitness and nature trail, canoe access, horseshoe pits

  • Lake Crabtree County Park

    On the shores of a 520

  • Parker's Drug Snack Bar

    Old Fashioned snack bar, burgers, and hand dipped shakes, malts, and cones

  • Wake County Parks

    Wake County Parks offers walking/riding trails &

  • Hugh MacRae Park

    County public park. Playgrounds, lighted tennis courts, athletic fields, picnic areas and scenic pond.

  • Cherryville Heritage Park

    Located in the downtown, it includes 19th century buildings that illustrates the developments of Cherryville. They include the first City Hall, a school, smokehouse and jail.

  • Stowe Park

    Fall festival, fun & games, food.