Clarion Hotel Airport
415 Swing Road
Greensboro, NC 27409
Phone: (336) 299-7650
Fax: (336) 854-9146
415 Swing Road, Greensboro, NC, US, 27409
- Phone: (336) 299-7650
- Fax: (336) 854-9146
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.
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.
Celebration Station is the perfect place for a fun outing. The amusement park contains an arcade with over 100 games, bumper boats, go-karts, mini-golf, rides and batting cages. Entrance to the park is free, and prices for each activity differ. A minimum height requirement applies to some of the attractions. Rates for large groups are available, and birthday packages include a meal in the on-site restaurant.
Lighted until midnight, this 18 hole, par 54 golf course is open from April to October and includes a practice putting green, a clubhouse, club rentals and pull carts, a full service wine shop, 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.
Situated at the Grandover Resort and Conference Center, the Grandover Golf Club features two 18-hole, par 72 courses designed by David Graham and Gary Panks. Home of the Ken Venturi Golf Academy, this club features a locker room facility, lessons, a golf shop, fine dining restaurant, and 1,500 acres of oaks, pine and dogwood covered hills.
The Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden was created by Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. in conjunction with the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Department. Greensboro Beautiful is a nonprofit organization dedicated to maintaining and enhancing Greensboro's natural beauty, and in 1976 created the Bicentennial Garden with that purpose in mind. Sculptures of historical interest are placed throughout the park, and the flowering trees, lush greenery, and flowing stream create an idyllic setting for a romantic or family outing. This public garden is open daily from dawn until dusk, and is available for weddings.
Located near the Bicentennial Garden, The Bog Garden gives visitors a rare chance to walk through the wetlands via an elevated walkway. Visitors will be surrounded by lush green vistas - a welcome escape from the sights and sounds of the city. The nature preserve contains a multitude of local flora and fauna, and the notable attractions in the park are the Dr. Joe Christian Serenity Falls and the Starmount Farms Lake Overlook. About a mile of trails wind through the park, and bicycles are strictly prohibited.
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.
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.
Back during the Revolutionary War the battle for Guilford Courthouse was fought, with Major General Nathanael Greene and his men and American militia trying defending the land against the British and German allies led by Lord Charles Cornwallis. Eventually Corwallis and his troops forced Greene to retreat, before Corwallis himself surrendered to George Washington. Today, the grounds stand as a memorial to our country's history as well as to the world at large with 28 monuments all around the park.