Comfort Suites Four Seasons
3308 Isler Street
Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone: (336) 235-4002
Fax: (336) 235-4007
3308 Isler Street, Greensboro, NC, US, 27407
- Phone: (336) 235-4002
- Fax: (336) 235-4007
Glow in the dark miniature golf inside Four Seasons Town Centre. Located on the 2nd floor by the Ruby Tuesday entrance, this is a family friendly environment. They have two different miniature golf courses and you get to play both, plus pick your favorite to play a second time. They also have birthday party rates and specials for different groups.
Hester Park is a paradise for sporty family fun. The grounds contain sand volleyball courts, soccer and football fields available for rent, 11 tennis courts, horseshoe pits, trails, and playgrounds. Picnic sites and grills will keep the family fed between events. Fishing lakes and piers are available for public use as well, with one pier designed for disabled access. The park can also accommodate weddings under the wedding gazebo. Hester Park is open from 8am until dusk.
The Greensboro Arboretum is more than just a beautiful park complete with wedding gazebo, a fountain, arbor and bridges, though those features in and of themselves make the grounds worth a visit. What makes the arboretum extra special is that it provides a wealth of information for landscape designers or people who simply want some ideas for their garden. The property's 17 acres (6.88 hectares) have been split into 12 plant collections, grouped together based on plant size, species, optimum growing conditions, or blossoming times. The grounds also contain a butterfly garden, exceptional rose garden, rhododendron garden, and walking trails.
Extant since 1891, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro was founded by Charlie Duncan McIver in order to create more educational opportunities for women. It is also one of the founding universities of the University of North Carolina system. The campus contains 30 academic buildings, sprawls over 210 lush acres and plays host to numerous cultural events, sporting events, lecture series and conferences.
"America's most exhilarating water park," this is the largest waterpark in the Carolinas with over 35 rides and attractions on site including drop slides, enclosed slides, tube rides, two children's areas, and a drifting lazy river.
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.
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.
What was once home to North Carolina Governor John Motley Morehead, is now a National Historical Landmark and tourist attraction. The building's history began even before the founding of the city with its erection in 1795, then in 1844 architect Alexander Jackson Davis began a prototype Italianate style villa for the governor and eventually finished in 1846. It is one of the oldest standing Italianate structures in all of the United States. Tours are early morning and afternoons from Tuesday through Sunday.
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.
Adjacent to the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden, this historic park is named after the Presbyterian minister and a self-trained physician. On this particular site back in 1767. he opened up an academy for young men. All told, Caldwell once owned these 550 acres where his home and academy used to stand in Greensboro, and where the park now sits. This history of this land is synonymous with Greensboro.
Greensboro is a vibrant city that is continually growing. It is a hub of activity ranging from sporting events, cultural activities, concerts and community happenings with many of the local colleges and universities playing a central role in contributing to the city's atmosphere. Winston-Salem is less than an hour away and is worth checking out if you're in the area.
Scuplture Jim Gallucci and several artisans have created 106 icons that represent great ideas, inventions, people, and events that have made a great difference in the lives of Americans in the 20th century.