Comfort Inn & Suites Crabtree Valley
6209 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27612
Phone: (919) 782-1112
Fax: (919) 782-9119
6209 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC, US, 27612
- Phone: (919) 782-1112
- Fax: (919) 782-9119
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.
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.
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 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.
This out-of-the-ordinary course offers 18 holes for Frisbee Golf enthusiasts with professional and amateur tournaments held monthly.
In-rink skating for the whole family is featured at this indoor skating area that can accommodate roller skates, inline skates, and skate boards.
"Raleigh's only public indoor sports center," this sports center offers basketball courts, batting cages, and many other fun activities. A fully stocked pro shop is on site.
This Olympic-sized swimming pool is housed in a two story complex that includes a classroom, dressing rooms, a vending area, and seating for 300 spectators during competitions.
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.
A delicious, guided, walking food tasting tour, sprinkled with historical tidbits of downtown Raleigh. Explore and discover a culinary perspective of downtown Raleigh that even an insider might not know. Tours are currently scheduled on a limited basis Saturdays at 2:30p and Thursdays at 9a. Meet ten minutes before on the porch of the Capital City Grocery in the Seaboard Station area, 10 West Franklin Street, Raleigh (tickets must be purchased in advance). See web site for available details. Triangle Food Tour is open on Thursdays from 9am and on Saturdays from 2.30pm.
Explore the natural wonders of North Carolina, from the depths of its ocean to its rocky mountains. Complete with a 20-foot (6-meter) waterfall, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science has much to offer. See North Carolina as it was, in a re-creation of six prehistoric habitats. This is home to the only Acorcanthosaurus discovered in the world, and Willo, the first dinosaur found with a fossilized heart. The Discovery Room is full of interactive exhibits. Looking for that perfect gift? The Nature Gallery has original nature-themed artwork available. There is a restaurant on site. The general admission is free of charge. There is a cover charge for special exhibits. Children under 13 years must be accompanied by an adult. The Discovery Room, Naturalist Center, and Living Conservatory remain closed on Mondays.
"Your place for year round skating," this skating facility offers ice skating, ice hockey, skating lessons, figure skating, off-ice dance lessons, and much more.