Johnston County Visitors Guide 2012-2013 - (Page 14)
Nature Sites & Outdoor Recreation – cont.
Richard B. Harrison Gymnasium & Blackley Athletic Park 919-975-1411
601 W. Noble St., Selma | www.selma-nc.com
Outdoor basketball court, gymnasium, little league baseball field (no lights).
Cardinal Country Club 919-284-3647
363 Parrish Memorial Rd., Selma
A semi-private facility featuring tall pines, canals, ponds and bunkers to create a challenging course. The signature hole is #18, a 580-yard, par 5, with a dogleg left fairway.
Sam Godwin Recreation Park 919-965-2284
10 Crescent St., Pine Level | www.pinelevel.org
Park includes four lighted baseball/softball fields, basketball court, soccer field, community park, concession, restrooms, picnic tables.
Country Club of Johnston County 919-934-4166
694 Country Club Rd., Smithfield | www.ccjohnstoncounty.com
Enjoy the fantastic views of Holt’s Lake while playing golf, swimming or playing tennis at this 18-hole, 6,800 yard course designed by Ellis Maples. Golf packages available at area hotels. The clubhouse is available for event rentals.
Selma Parks & Recreation Department 919-975-1411
305 N. Pollock St., Selma | www.selma-nc.com
Sports Facilities available for tournaments: two adult baseball fields, two little league fields, one football/soccer, one youth soccer, two tennis courts, one gym and two school gyms.
Pine Hollow Golf Club 919-553-4554
3300 E. Garner Rd., Clayton | www.pinehollowgolf.com
The par-71 golf course measures 6,333 yards from the back tees. It was designed by Maurice Brackett/Bob Moore and opened for play in 1968. Driving range, practice green and pro shop. 18 holes- 419 Bermuda fairways with Min. Verde greens.
Pelican’s Snoballs and Batting Cages 919-662-3979
9180 Cleveland School Rd., Clayton | www.pelicanssnowballs.com
Come by and enjoy a snoball and take a few swings in our batting cage! Fenced playground area for kids. Space for private parties and arcade games.
Reedy Creek Golf Course 919-934-7502
585 Reedy Creek Rd., Four Oaks | www.reedycreekgolf.com
Designed by Gene Hamm, this 18-hole, par 72 course is built upon rolling farmland. It has been consistently rated as one of eastern North Carolina’s top-rated public courses and is annually recognized as one of Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.”
Smithfield Community Park/Smithfield Parks & Recreation Department 919-934-2148
600 Booker Dairy Rd., Smithfield | www.smithfield-nc.com
Community Park offers the following facilities: disc golf, tennis courts, four softball fields, two horseshoe courts, three picnic shelters with tables & grills, two playground areas, one-mile walking trail connected to the Buffalo Creek Greenway, two outdoor basketball courts, two youth soccer fields, interpretive nature trail, concession/restroom building, one adult baseball field, one youth football/multipurpose field, and double batting cage facility.
Riverwood Golf & Athletic Club 919-550-1919
400 Riverwood Dr., Clayton | www.rgac.com/rw-golf.cfm
Riverwood Golf Club is a championship 7,200 yard layout set in the beautiful rolling terrain along the Neuse River. Golf Course Designer, David Postlethwait, created 27 holes of dramatic golf to play. When the course opened, North Carolina Magazine ranked it in the “Top Ten Best New Courses in North Carolina.”
Smithfield Recreation and Aquatics Center 919-934-1408
600 Booker Dairy Rd., Smithfield | www.sraconline.com
Enjoy the 8-lane competition sized swimming pool with adjacent kiddie splash pool, double gymnasium, elevated walking track, racquetball courts, fitness room and banquet room. Day passes for visitors available.
The Neuse Golf Club 919-550-0550
918 Birkdale Dr., Clayton | www.neusegolf.com
This course offers a thrilling 7,010-yard roller coaster ride that belies its peaceful setting along the banks of The Neuse River. 72-par golf course designed by architect John LaFoy carved The Neuse from the natural terrain. Full food service on premises for breakfast and lunch.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Johnston County Visitors Guide 2012-2013
Johnston County Visitors Guide 2012-2013
Facts & Maps
Things to do
history & heritage
nature sites & outdoor recreation
Places to shop
Places to eat
Places to meet
Johnston County Visitors Guide 2012-2013