Clemmons, North Carolina Parks & Recreation Guide
Do you want to experience the great outdoors around Clemmons, NC? The area offers plenty of ways to do just that. Check out Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Carolinas’ guide to parks and recreation in the Clemmons area.
Here, you can play tennis, go for a horseback ride, or play pro-quality golf on Tanglewood’s expansive and well-kept golf course. Youngsters love the train and playgrounds, and there’s plenty of space for fun with four-legged friends. Local anglers enjoy putting their fishing skills to the test at Mallard Lake. Tanglewood is the place to be for special events, too. During the summer, the park is home to an impressive fireworks display, and its holiday light show is the best in the area, bar none.
Located in nearby Advance, NC, Oak Valley Golf Club is only a few minutes from Clemmons. Oak Valley is the sole Arnold Palmer-designed golf club in the Winston-Salem area. Golf enthusiasts have plenty of great things to say about the course, and consistently compliment its beauty and level of challenge. If you’re new to golf, this is a great place to start. Oak Valley offers private lessons from PGA and LPGA players.
Wildlife Rehabilitation League
The primary goal of Forsyth County’s wildlife rehabilitation league is to help injured wild animals recover and make successful returns to their natural habitats, but they also offer classes in wildlife rehabilitation. The classes can be taken by anyone over 16 years of age, and through them, students learn about the techniques used to rehabilitate injured critters.