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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National chain specializing in massage therapy and other services for pain management and relaxation.
Massage Therapy spa offering focusing on customized and consistent treatments for guests.
North Pointe Body Therapies has been providing licensed massage and bodywork therapy for over 20 years. Their advanced training and experience provides quality therapy for those looking to treat and …
25,000-square-foot facility packed with over 100 pieces state-of-the-art floor equipment. The Triangle's largest free weight room and a dedicated spinning room. Classes include kickboxing, step, …
Includes basketball courts, picnic facilities, play grounds, small recreation center, restrooms, small shelters, tennis courts, water fountains, and a youth baseball field.
Salon and spa offering skin care, waxing and tinting treatments. Boutique of Japanese-inspired arts, crafts, and jewelry.
NBN Sports is an organization that aims to help children maintain active lifestyles and develop life skills. They offer a variety of basketball-related programs and events, including personal …
2.2-mile trail through the New Hope Creek flood plain with hiking and walking. Begins near Githens Middle School in Southwest Durham.