Widely known as the City of Champions, Durham is home to national championships, hall of fame coaches, the site of the first interracial basketball game, and the backdrop for the movie Bull Durham. Visitors can enjoy America's pastime in the gorgeous Durham Bulls Athletic Park, explore college basketball at the Duke Basketball Museum and Sports Hall of Fame, and enjoy the picturesque Historic Durham Athletic Park.
In addition to all its spectator sports, the Bull City also offers ten golf courses, numerous hiking, biking, and walking trails, and water activities at a variety of locations. Whether you want to check out the champions from the stands or get in the game yourself, sports and recreation opportunities abound in Durham.
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Combining natural beauty and history, West Point on the Eno is free park along the Eno River spanning 404 acres with three historic buildings. A rebuilt grist mill on the site of what was once the …
We move the way nature moves embracing the creative process of life. Embody your essential nature through Prana Vinyasa® Flow yoga, the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM® Method and Emergent Improvisation.
Recreational facilities and an on site public library to educate and stimulate youth.
Full service bicycle shop located in Downtown Durham offering bicycle rentals with a deposit. Call ahead for availability.
Massage Therapy spa offering focusing on customized and consistent treatments for guests.
Includes basketball courts, picnic facilities, play grounds, restrooms, small shelters, tennis courts, water fountains, and a youth baseball field.
Equestrian training center offering lessons, boarding, and other services. Private, semi-private, and group lessons available.
We’re always working to invent epic new ways to play, gather, and compete. Even though we’re the originators of wall-to-wall aerial action, we never stand still. The only way to understand it is to …