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Allen H. Leonard Memorial ParkRamseur
This nine-acre park near downtown Ramseur has two little league baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts, playground, picnic shelter, and access to Deep River.
Asheboro Skate ParkAsheboro
This skate park is a combination indoor/outdoor facility with more than 2,500 interior and 7,500 exterior square feet of surface featuring indoor/outdoor viewing areas, bleachers, concessions, lockers, restrooms, and party room.
This one-acre green space in the center of downtown Asheboro features a pavilion, wooden dance floor, fountain, picnic tables, memory walk and outdoor sculpture, and hosts seasonal concerts and events throughout the year.
Commerce Square ParkRandleman
This park located in the center of downtown Randleman features passive recreation, water features, a bandstand, farmers market, and beautiful mural by hometown artist Susan Harrell featuring the Deep River, and hosts special events throughout the year.
Creekside Park, Greenway & Disc Golf CourseArchdale
This 107-acre park offers a variety of active, as well as passive, recreational opportunities. Amenities include tennis courts, baseball/softball/t-ball fields, picnic shelters, shuffleboard courts, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, 18-hole championship disc golf course with beginners loop, orienteering course, and 3 miles of scenic walking trails along Muddy Creek.
Deep River Rail TrailFranklinville
This three-quarter mile trail created by the old railroad bed provides a variety of recreational activities including biking, jogging, and fishing. The trail is rich with textile history and sites linked to Native Americans and the Revolutionary War; and connects to the Deep River State Trail, part of the NC State Parks system that runs through Guilford, Randolph, Chatham, Moore, and Lee counties.
Kermit G. Pell/Ramseur Lake Recreational FacilityRamseur
This 127-acre reservoir and nine-acre park includes boat launches, jon boat rentals, bait shop, picnic shelters with tables and grills, playground, and public restrooms.
This 238-acre facility offers fishing, jon boat and canoe rentals, fishing pier, bait shop, picnic area, playground and one-quarter mile walking trail.
North Asheboro Park & Disc Golf CourseAsheboro
This 26-acre park features a disc golf course, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, baseball field, seasonal swimming pool, playground and paved walking trail.
Pisgah Covered BridgeAsheboro
This historic structure, one of NC's two remaining covered bridges, was built in 1911 at a cost of $40. The bridge is 54 feet in length and crosses the West Fork Branch of the Little River within the Uwharrie National Forest and is a direct connection to the county's past mode of transportation when horse and wagon were common and automobile travel was in its infancy.
Take exit 65 from I-73/I-74.
Presnell Park & Disc Golf CourseAsheboro
This 46-acre park features a challenging disc golf course, baseball and soccer fields, campsites and walking trails. In addition, there are two playground structures, picnic shelters, picnic tables, and restrooms.
Randleman Lake MarinaRandleman
Randleman Lake Reservoir is located on the Deep River, part of the Cape Fear River basin. The lake is surrounded by a natural buffer of 2,975 acres with a lake surface of 3,007 acres, and 100 miles of beautiful shore line. Recreation activities allowed on the lake include boating, fishing, sailing, and paddleboats. Snacks, and restrooms located at marina; no rental equipment available.Admission - Gasoline powered boat, $15 (3 people or less) + $5 per additional person; electric motors & sailboats, $7; kayak, canoe, paddleboat, $5; pier fishing, $3 per person *Boat rentals are available at Southwest Park - Guilford County access point. For details on rates visit: http://www.myguilford.com/parks/southwest-park/
Uwharrie Mountains-Birkhead Wilderness Area/Tot Hill FarmAsheboro
Access 5,160 acres of the ancient Uwharrie National Forest in the Birkhead Mountains Wilderness Area. The piedmont's only federally-designated wilderness area, the Birkhead Mountains feature designated hiking trails where evidence of early Indians and settlers can often be found.