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Opened in 1964, The Barn Dinner Theater is the oldest running dinner theater venue in America. Start off the night with a buffet containing a salad bar, ham and roast beef carving station, dessert cart, and a cash bar. Then, watch the stage descend from the ceiling into the middle of the dining room. Comedies, musicals, dramas and mysteries performed by local talent and actors scouted from across the nation will engross you for the whole evening.
Bur-Mil Park is located on the shores of Lake Brandt in Guilford County. The premises include a swimming pool that is used for local swim meets, a clubhouse that can be rented for corporate or social events, a golf course, tennis courts, and trails for hiking or biking. Visitors to the park can take lessons in any of the aforementioned sports, and picnic areas and a wildlife center are also available to the public.
Hagan Stone Park is 409-acres (165.55 hectares) of lush, scenic campground and recreational facility. The park is open for camping all year-round with sites available either in wooded or open sites for tents, RVs, or trailers. Groups of up to 40 people can be reserved, with 8 miles (12.87 kilometers) of trails for walking, biking or hiking. Picnic shelters can also be reserved. In fact, reservations are encouraged if so desired.
Rider's In The Country is where Greenboro's country music fans come to party. This bar offers nightly drink specials in a friendly atmosphere. There are also pool tables and arcade games for guests to use. This bar also hosts live music events weekly, usually involving country music bands. There is a cover charge for admission every day except for Thursday, but the charge is reduced if you become a member.
Located east of Greensboro in Whitsett, Red Oak Brewery brews Bavarian lagers right in the United States. The beers here are brewed according to the 1516 Law of Purity, meaning that only Bavarian hops, malted barley and yeast are used with no additives. Try their Hummin' Bird Golden Lager or their Red Oak Amber Lager right at the source here during a brewery tour, which are offered every Friday. The brewery offers seasonal brews as well.
Triad Park, located to the west of Greensboro, spans 426 acres (172.40 hectares) of meadows and woods. Visitors can enjoy the horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, softball field and soccer fields for a small fee, or they can choose to tackle one of the many hiking trails in the park. The catch-and-release fishing pond is stocked with small fish. Reservations for picnic shelters and Woodland Hall should be made well in advance. The park is open from 7a daily, and closes at different times depending on the season.