Facilities

 The  ExploreAsheville.com Arena  in Downtown Asheville is Western North Carolina’s largest arena. With the seating capacity of up to 7,200, the US Cellular Center in Asheville has hosted events including the NCAA Division I Southern Conference Basketball Championships and the Fed Cup Quarterfinals in 2018.

The ExploreAsheville.com Arena in Downtown Asheville is Western North Carolina’s largest arena. With the seating capacity of up to 7,200, the US Cellular Center in Asheville has hosted events including the NCAA Division I Southern Conference Basketball Championships and the Fed Cup Quarterfinals in 2018.

  McCormick Field  is home to Single-A professional baseball club, Asheville Tourists. McCormick Field has the ability to hold 4,000 spectators. The facility was also the host site for the NCAA Division I Big South Conference Baseball Tournament in 2009.

McCormick Field is home to Single-A professional baseball club, Asheville Tourists. McCormick Field has the ability to hold 4,000 spectators. The facility was also the host site for the NCAA Division I Big South Conference Baseball Tournament in 2009.

  Memorial Stadium  is home to Asheville City Soccer Club Men’s and Women’s teams. Memorial Stadium has seen sold out crowds with over 2,500 spectators in attendance. The unique turf facility has hosted other sporting events including ultimate frisbee, lacrosse and much more.

Memorial Stadium is home to Asheville City Soccer Club Men’s and Women’s teams. Memorial Stadium has seen sold out crowds with over 2,500 spectators in attendance. The unique turf facility has hosted other sporting events including ultimate frisbee, lacrosse and much more.

 The  Asheville Racquet Club  is the home of the UNC Asheville Bulldogs Tennis teams. The facility features two locations, in Downtown Asheville and in South Asheville. The facility includes four indoor tennis courts, six hard courts, ten clay courts, a gym, swimming pool, and locker rooms.

The Asheville Racquet Club is the home of the UNC Asheville Bulldogs Tennis teams. The facility features two locations, in Downtown Asheville and in South Asheville. The facility includes four indoor tennis courts, six hard courts, ten clay courts, a gym, swimming pool, and locker rooms.

 The  John B. Lewis Soccer Complex  has four world-class turf fields. The East Asheville facility is a great venue to host both youth and adult sporting events.

The John B. Lewis Soccer Complex has four world-class turf fields. The East Asheville facility is a great venue to host both youth and adult sporting events.

 The  Bob Lewis Ballpark  is Buncombe County's newest sports facility. Opening in July 2018, the venue offers seven brand new turf baseball and softball fields.

The Bob Lewis Ballpark is Buncombe County's newest sports facility. Opening in July 2018, the venue offers seven brand new turf baseball and softball fields.

  Asheville Municipal Golf Course  is one of the oldest golf courses in WNC. The 18-hole course was designed by famous architect Donald Ross in 1927. The course accomplishes the difficult double task of being challenging and fun.

Asheville Municipal Golf Course is one of the oldest golf courses in WNC. The 18-hole course was designed by famous architect Donald Ross in 1927. The course accomplishes the difficult double task of being challenging and fun.

 The  WNC Agriculturual Center  is a remarkable complex with unlimited possibility. The 87-acre complex has the ability to met your large or small scale event needs.

The WNC Agriculturual Center is a remarkable complex with unlimited possibility. The 87-acre complex has the ability to met your large or small scale event needs.

  Aston Park Tennis Center  is one of the finest public clay court facilities in the United States. Aston Park Tennis Center is open to the public and features 12 lighted clay courts.

Aston Park Tennis Center is one of the finest public clay court facilities in the United States. Aston Park Tennis Center is open to the public and features 12 lighted clay courts.

  Carrier Park  is one of Asheville's premier parks. It was originally built as a racetrack that now serves as a velodrome for cycling. The infield of Carrier Park has volleyball courts, a roller-hockey rink and basketball court. Also the park has a lawn bowling court, multi-use sports field for baseball and soccer.

Carrier Park is one of Asheville's premier parks. It was originally built as a racetrack that now serves as a velodrome for cycling. The infield of Carrier Park has volleyball courts, a roller-hockey rink and basketball court. Also the park has a lawn bowling court, multi-use sports field for baseball and soccer.

  The Cliffs at Walnut Cove  was designed by Jack Nicklaus. This beautiful 18-hole golf course has been featured by the PGA Tour and has been given awards from popular publications like Golf Digest and Golfweek as one of North Carolina’s best courses.

The Cliffs at Walnut Cove was designed by Jack Nicklaus. This beautiful 18-hole golf course has been featured by the PGA Tour and has been given awards from popular publications like Golf Digest and Golfweek as one of North Carolina’s best courses.

  Kimmel Arena  is home to the UNC Asheville Bulldogs Men’s and Women’s basketball programs. This 3,400 seat arena opened in 2011 and it is located on the UNC Asheville Campus. This venue has held numerous sporting events including Gala Gymnastics, Harlem Globetrotters and many more.

Kimmel Arena is home to the UNC Asheville Bulldogs Men’s and Women’s basketball programs. This 3,400 seat arena opened in 2011 and it is located on the UNC Asheville Campus. This venue has held numerous sporting events including Gala Gymnastics, Harlem Globetrotters and many more.