Take advantage of Durham's water activities with a scenic view at the Eno River or Little River, a boat ride on Lake Michie or Falls Lake, a cool swim at the quarry, a playful run through one of the spraygrounds, or try a new activity, such as kayaking or tubing. There are plenty of ways to enjoy the watery side of life here - explore all of the opportunities in the searchable listings below.
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Senior recreation center featuring the Campus Hills Wellness Center. The Campus Hills Wellness Center offers a variety of equipment in a small private setting; perfect for getting started with a new …
Five impoundment areas ranging from 50 to 2,000 acres providing habitats for waterfowl, including ducks and Canadian geese. Bird-watching (duck-hunting, Dec-Jan).
Picnic area/shelters, hiking trails, bird-watching, camping and rockhounding. Park access is free; fee for boating, and fishing.
North Carolina Central University athletic complex with seating for 1,500. Includes swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, water polo, basketball, volleyball, fencing, gymnastics, wrestling, and …
The mission of the Levin JCC is to enrich the Jewish community by playing an integral, meaningful role in the lives of individuals, families, groups, and institutions through cultural, recreational, …
Recreational area offering bank fishing, motor and rowboat rentals. Fee charged for boating and fishing. Privately-owned boats not permitted.
Bird-watching, boating/sailing, boat launches, recreational activities, swimming, beaches, water skiing, windsurfing, as well as 115 tent & trailer campsites. See website for reservations and fees.
Family-owned and operated marina on scenic Falls Lake in Durham, NC. Rolling View Marina is the only marina on the lake, providing clean facilities, boating supplies, and food and snacks.