Sleep Inn Raleigh Durham Airport
5208 Page Road
Durham, NC 27703
Phone: (919) 993-3393
Fax: (919) 314-1401
Triangle Volleyball Club is a dedicated volleyball facility offering junior player instruction and development. This 4 court facility is available for special events, adult leagues, corporate teams & events, private parties, and more.
In-rink skating for the whole family is featured at this indoor skating area that can accommodate roller skates, inline skates, and skate boards.
Steeped in history, the sprawling 5579-acre (2257-hectare) space that is William B. Umstead State Park, was originally an enchanting wilderness. Christened after the city governor as an ode to his dedication to conservation, the park was previously divided into Crabtree Creek and Reedy Creek. Established in 1937, it is located within stumbling distance of Research Triangle Park, under the towering shadows of Raleigh and Durham. A great respite from mundane life, enjoy a plethora of recreational activities on offer. Take a horseback ride or bridle trail through lush flora of pines and hickory with scattered picnic spots and camping sites punctuating the landscape. Paddle across the lake in a rented rowboat or canoe, and fish out bass and bluegill. The picturesque getaway exudes tranquility and is a popular rejuvenating spot for locals.
Semiprivate 18 holes, par 72 championship golf course that was designed by William Daniels and includes a driving range and a practice area. Cart rental are available.
This 770,000 square foot multipurpose entertainment and sports arena hosts Carolina Hurricanes games, North Carolina State basketball games, Cobras arena football games, and other Raleigh and Triangle sporting events and entertainment.
If you love baseball, then what better way to spend your weekend by watching a game at the 16 million brick ballpark Durham Bulls Athletics Park with a 2500 seating capacity. At this park you can catch the players putting on their best performances to win the game and entertain the fans. On game days there are huge crowds that gather to get a glimpse of their favorite players and enjoy an energetic game. With good seating arrangements and wonderful facilities, you are bound to leave the stadium pleased.
Go horseback riding on the scenic trail rides at Dead Broke Farm in Raleigh, NC with these personable guides, or choose a full-day ride or overnight trip to over 30 ride locations. They have horses suitable for beginners and experienced riders. They provide riding lessons, birthday parties and summer camp.
Over five PGA professionals are on staff at this golf club that features a beautiful and challenging 18 hole golf course designed by John LaFoy and a driving range.
This large bowling center provides 32 lanes of family fun and features automatic scoring, a snack bar, and an arcade.
In the early 1920s, planners were set to create a lake in the valley that is now Duke Gardens. Funds were short back then and they began planting instead. Now, this is one of the most beautiful scenes around. Comprised of three main sections, the original terraces, the Blomquist garden of native plants and the Culberson Asiatic arboretum, the gardens are a treat all year round but make their best show in spring when the tulips are blooming. Bring a picnic and set out a blanket among the flora or just relax under a shady tree. Admission is free.
This skating arena is open for broomball, ice hockey, and figure skating plus includes concession stands, a retail store, and a meeting room.
One of Raleigh's best swimming pools, Lake Park Swim Blub provides a great family swimming experience. Swim lessons, tennis courts and a very successful swim team are also available to members.