in Raleigh, NC (showing 13 - 16 out of 16)

If you’re a sports fan, your trip wouldn’t be complete without paying a visit to the local stadiums. Check out where the pros play or hit a game or two while you’re in town!

Visit the sports venues in the area without a hitch by checking the address and driving directions below.

The venues in our directory also feature other events from time to time, like concerts and street fairs. Check their websites to find out more information!

Rush Hour Karting

5335 Raynor Rd
Garner, NC 27529   Directions

(919) 662-9101


Put the pedal to the metal at the Rush Hour Karting track. This is a fun, state-of-the-art indoor raceway, where you can get your kart to go as fast as 40 miles per hour as you compete for the best time and the championship title!

Shelley Lake

1400 W Millbrook Rd
Raleigh, NC 27612   Directions

(919) 996-2329


Shelley Lake is a 53-acre lake/park combination that features plenty of outdoor fun, with two miles of paved, scenic greenway trails that also include exercise stations along the way.

Enjoy fishing, canoeing, sailing and row-boating on the lake; there is a fee for boat rentals. Come out and enjoy a brisk walk or maybe a romantic boat ride and stay and watch the sun set with your family or that special someone.

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Wake County Speedway

2109 Simpkins Rd
Raleigh, NC 27603   Directions

(919) 578-7858


Racing fans will be all revved up to catch the sports action at the Wake County Speedway as the schedule of races gets underway from April until late August.

It's a family friendly environment, and the no-alcohol rule ensures that the fun will be strictly monitored and safe. The only drama will be on the speedway, as all the drivers vie to finish first under the checkered flag.

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William B. Umstead State Park

8801 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, NC 27617   Directions

(919) 571-4170


If gazing at Raleigh's natural beauty from behind a set of bike handlebars is more to your liking, then the perfect place to pedal is the William B. Umstead State Park.

Underneath the hardwood pines, you'll be able to have your choice of canoeing, picnicking, horseback riding, mountain biking and other recreation activities. Along the 22 miles of trails in this gem of a park, you'll see a side of Raleigh that will captivate you, no doubt enticing you to return on a regular basis.

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