Greenville was named “Sportstown USA” by Sports Illustrated due to its deluge of sporting and recreational resources. It is also known as “ProTown USA” by the local BMX contingency.
Greenville was named Sportstown USA for the state of North Carolina by Sports Illustrated Magazine due to the many comprehenisve and accessible athletic facilities throughout the city. Come and explore why athletic organizers from a variety of sports choose Greenville as their tournament headquarters.
Bowling lanes and arcade
playground and part
18 holes, full service golf pro shop & grill
Motocross Track for entire family
Ice skating rink
18 holes, full service pro shop & grill
playground, pony rides, garm mazes, nature walks, petting barn, gemstone mininng, and fresh produce for sale
A country club enhanced by an Ellis Mable designed championship 18 hole golf course, an Olympic size swimming pool with a baby pool, 2 year round tennis courts, a first rate fitness center, and a beautiful fully staffed clubhouse with all the...
A fine arts gallery featuring the works of established local, regional, and national artists and crafts people
A grouping of over 15 buildings that depict life in Pitt County from 1840-1940
Entertaining and wholesome performances, professional attractions, lively performances by nationally known theater companies
Top names in the world or artists and entertainers
Presents a season of 5 productions between October and May. Usually consists of a musical, 3 plays, and a dance concert
2 playgrounds (1 fully accessible), 6 lighted tennis courts, 1 lighted youth baseball field, a fully accessible baseball field, 4 picnic shelters with grills, lawn games area, shuffleboard, horseshoes, bocce courts, gymnasium, community center,...
In-line skating, skateboarding, biking & hockey
18 holes, golf pro shop, grill and cart rentals
Friday night concerts, exhibits of Uptown vendors' wates, children's activities, food samplings, and a beverage garden
A multi-user trail that spans approximately 2.5 miles linking parks, churches, schools, the University, flook plain lands, and other undeveloped nature resources
swimming pool, weight room, gym, fitness classes
The country club, established in 1923, offers a beautiful 18 hole golf course resdesigned by John LaFoy in 1994, full service pro shop (golf and tennis), 8 tennis courts (2 hard, 6 clay), a swimming pool and showers, dining rooms and an elegant...
go-kars, mini golf, bumper boats, kids track & arcade
Features exhibits from its permanent collection of 19th and 20th Century American arts, as well as traveling regional and national exhibits. Also owns one of the largest public collections of NC Jugtown Pottery.
1500' Esplanade along Tar River, Rown Creek Bridge & South Tar Greenway, paved walkway and benches, boat access, walking trail, milennium sundial
Houses exhibits of items typical of the area's past and present culture
baseball field, picnic shelter, batting cages
recreation center, gym, softball fields, concessions, picnic shelter with grill, exercise station, playgroung, walking trail, cricket pitch, cross country course
18 holes, pro shop offers snack bar and golf equipment, cart, and equipment rentals
419 fairways offers cluhouse, practice area, and other golf course amenities
Cultural education facility, houses over 150 piece art collection made by the Kuba of Zaire
The Ledonia Wright Center serves as a facility for research, educational programming and as the repository for the university's collection of African and African-American art.
Presents three plays as well as a Ten Minute Play Contest and the BluMoon Film Festival; and A Tony Party are also offered
Match Point RC is a 6 Har-Tru court facility with a player lounge, pro-shop, 2nd story viewing deck and men's/women's showers. Clinics and lessons available.
2 youth baseball fields, 1 practice field, concession stand, restroom, and batting cage
made up of a dozen gardens that feature plants which perform well in Eastern North Carolina
Featured sales gallery artists, offers art classes for adults and children
fresh produce available for sale; food demonstrations held on Saturdays
tennis center, 8 lighted tennis courts, Rotary Club picnic shelter, instruction
Year-round fishing, hiking trails, picnicking, and bird watching. Pedal boating offered seasonally on Saturday and Sunday afternoons
recreation center, playground, multipurpose field, gym, weight room, baseball field, picnic shelter with grill
gymnasium, baseball & softball batting cages, pitching area, arcade, meeting rooms, clinics and camps, birthday parties
A farm produce stand that offers a farm classroom, farm animals, hay rides, hay maze, and picnic area
Concert series showcasing all types of music and drama
1901 Victorian House, community museum, and cultural center that houses over 1,000 artifacts
Chronicles the cultural and commercial heritage of Farmville and western Pitt County from colonial times to the present
Full service batting cages and pro shop
group fitness, massage, personal training, fitness and wellness programs, dance classes, aquatic therapy, outpatient rehabilitation
Exhibits of nationally and internationally known contemporary artists in arts, crafts, graphics, video, and installation art
Picnic shelter with grill, 1 soccer field, 1 youth baseball field, 1 lighted softball field, disc golf course, playground, and restrooms
ADA accessible playground, picnic shelter, volleyball court, outdoor basketball goal