Venues Built to Compete. Just Like You.
Venues Built to Compete. Just Like You.
When you’re searching for just the right place to compete, the venue is the heart of the story. Pristine college facilities, a state-of-the-art indoor track, a spacious arena, well-maintained multipurpose fields – they’re all a part of the game plan in Winston-Salem. Athletes of all ages know they can count on top-level venues ideally suited for youth, amateur, or professional events and competitions, inside and out. Winston-Salem is a game-changer. Winston-Salem’s pacing as a newly designated “Runner Friendly Community” by the Road Runners Club of America.
Winston-Salem’s pacing as a newly designated “Runner Friendly Community” by the Road Runners Club of America.
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A hub of activity for Wake Forest athletics and the campus community, Kentner Stadium primarily serves as the home of the three-time national champion Wake Forest field hockey team and the Demon Deacon men's and women's track and field teams. The stadium's track is also available for hosting outdoor track and field events. The facility seats nearly 4,000 spectators and includes amenities such as a pressbox, upper level viewing area, lights, a state-of-the art scoreboard and concessions. The field hockey pitch at Kentner Stadium is AstroTurf, which provides a fast and reliable playing surface. Kentner Stadium has hosted six ACC Field Hockey Tournaments (1992, 1993, 1999, 2004, 2010, 2016), two ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships (1995, 2006) and four...
This 14,665-seat multi-purpose arena is home to the Wake Forest University men’s and women’s basketball teams. The more than 25,000 square feet at LJVM accommodates a wide range of indoor competitions, including basketball, tennis, cheerleading, gymnastics, and volleyball. The facility’s flexible design offers a variety of seating and stage options to efficiently accommodate many types of performances. In addition to the main arena, the LJVM Coliseum also features spaces that can be booked for meetings or other special events. From banquets, conferences, meetings, proms, wedding receptions, family or class reunions, and much more, the meeting rooms at the LJVM Coliseum are flexible enough to accommodate a variety of uses. The Winston, Salem and Deacon rooms can be configured to your...
Tanglewood Park, is a 1,100-acre public park offering facility rentals, two championship golf courses, a bed and breakfast, an RV campground, horse stables, fishing on two stocked lakes, pedal boats, tennis courts, an Aquatic Center, a BMX track, and various trail systems. Tanglewood also hosts many special events throughout the year, most notably the Tanglewood Festival of Lights holiday light show. Tanglewood Park’s Arboretum is home to 26 stunning gardens showcasing seasonal flowers and ornamental shrubs.
Bowman Gray Stadium is a 17,000-seat stadium, which can seat up to 28,000 for concerts and special events. It is the home of NASCAR’s Whelen All-American Series, held Saturday nights from May through August on the flat, quarter-mile oval. Bowman Gray was the home to some of the earliest heroes in NASCAR. From 1958 to 1971, this asphalt track hosted 28 events in NASCAR's premier series. The racing continues to this day as part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series with the featured Modified vision, as well as the Sportsman, Street Stock, and Stadium Stock Divisions.
Joe White Tennis Center, located in the heart of downtown at Hanes Park, is home to 20 courts, 6 hard and 14 clay, making it the largest outdoor tennis facility in Winston-Salem. All courts are lighted, and there is a pro shop on site.
Hine Soccer Park features seven fields and restrooms.
Sara Lee Soccer Complex, home of NC Fusion Soccer, boasts 11 fields, restrooms, concessions, and ample parking.
Tanglewood Park is a public park that offers two award-winning golf courses. Tanglewood recently completed a renovation on the historic Championship Course earlier this year. This collaborative effort between golf course architects, Robert Trent Jones II and Richard Mandell, includes completely reconstructing, repositioning and reducing bunkers; converting the greens to Champion bermudagrass; irrigation upgrades and tree removal. These changes significantly enhance the golfing experience on this Robert Trent Jones, Sr. layout which has hosted some of golf's grandest events including the 1974 PGA Championship.
Located in Triad Park, this 18-hole disc golf course features two tee locations per hole - long and short. The long (blue) tees play at 7,171 feet of total distance and the short (red) tees play at 5,010 feet of total distance. The shortest hole is #7, playing 165 feet from the short tees and the longest hole is #18, playing 519 feet from the long tees – making the course enjoyable and challenging for players of all skill levels.
Horizon Park's 18-hole disc golf course is a short, beautiful course with a view of Pilot Mountain. The holes range in length from 150 to 300 feet, with an average length of 230 feet. The course is perfect for beginners and children!
The Club's two 18-hole courses were designed by renowned architects Ellis and Dan Maples, and they are consistently ranked among North Carolina's top course layouts. Bermuda Run’s East Course remains in the top 10 each year of most difficult courses in the Triad, according to the Triad Business Journal. The East course is comprised of Champion Bermuda greens and is home of the Wyndham Qualifier, the Carolina Women’s Amateur, and the Crosby Scholars Golf Tournaments (formerly the Crosby National Celebrity Golf Tournament). The Bermuda Run West course, comprised of Bentgrass greens, is also gaining status among players for its challenge and playability. The opposing greens make for great variation in play and also allow you to have a course available...