Sports in Raleigh

Up to 67% Off Bike Tune-Up



$90 $30

Technicians true wheels, adjust brakes and derailleurs, check headset tension, and clean wheels and frame

Up to 57% Off Kickboxing Classes with Hand Wraps 

Lee Brothers Tae Kwon Do

North Raleigh

$27 $12

A black-belt instructor leads droves of fitness students through intense kickboxing workouts

Up to 49% Off Summer Football Camp

Carolina Copperheads Football & Cheerleading

Multiple Locations

$325 $175

Each participant receives a free T-shirt and trophy

Up to 55% Off Kids' Summer Camp

Octopus Learning and Development Center

Northeast Raleigh

$45 $22

Kids learn illustration and book-binding as well as other languages; camps for all ages celebrate themes such as food, art, and dance

Electric Run – Up to 40% Off 5K Entry and T-Shirt

Electric Run

North Carolina State Fairgrounds

$79 $49

Runners and walkers of all ages bedeck themselves in glow-in-the-dark swag and groove through a neon course to the afterparty at its finish

Up to 64% Off Rock Climbing at Triangle Rock Club

Triangle Rock Club

Multiple Locations

$95 $39


Skilled instructors teach climbers to ascend rock walls; once they get the hang of the sport, students can practice at the gym for two weeks

Up to 79% Off Karate and Fitness Classes

Triangle's Best Karate

Northwest Raleigh

$125 $29

Karate classes include both pre-choreographed kata and sparring techniques; fitness classes include Zumba, bootcamp, kickboxing & jazzercise

50% Off Big Wheels Race Package

FS Series

Natty Greene's

$40 $20

Racers speed down new course in the heart of downtown Raleigh atop children’s big wheels for fun and charity

Select Local Merchants

One family, six brothers, and they’re all Masters or Grand Masters in the Korean art and sport of tae kwon do. It’s the youngest of the Lee brothers—Master JungHo Lee, who is also the 1992 US national tae kwon do champion—who heads up Lee Brothers Tae Kwon Do in Raleigh. There, he and a staff of trained martial-arts experts lead students of all ages through tae kwon do, adult fitness-kickboxing, and women’s self-defense classes.

8604 Falls Of Neuse Rd

TAG focusses on running tennis programs for children and adults that emphasizes personal growth as well as competitive play. With an experienced staff, including a former player for the International Tennis Federation and Women’s Tennis Association, TAG crew help students master tennis by building their skills, no matter their baseline of athletic ability.

1666 Bennett Street

With a practice putting green, a driving range with 33 hitting stations, and more than 250 yards of driving distance, Triangle Golf Complex offers golfers a playground upon which to improve their games, both short and long. PGA professional instructors can also assist players by analyzing their swings and giving them ways to lower their scores.

12201 Leesville Rd.

  • Teaches self-defense through Wing Chun martial-arts techniques, a style popularized by Bruce Lee
  • Trainers teach results-oriented moves and techniques that are short, direct, and designed for an efficient counter-attacking strike
  • Students train in a newly-opened 40'x50' gym, with individualized attention from the instructors

8813 Gulf Ct Unit G.

A 36-month-old strokes his arms through clear water as his mother gently holds him afloat with her hands. Over the past few swim sessions, the little student has learned to submerge his face in the water and float on his belly as well as his back. After he and his fellow swimmers finish their parent/baby swimester, it's likely they may never experience the fear of swimming that many children begin to encounter around age 3. This type of insight into the developmental importance of swimming is what informs the instruction at Swim-U, Leesburg's child-oriented swimming school. The school's curriculum opens its lessons to newborns as young as 6 months old and to kids up to age 12 to instill water skills and the joys of fitness swimming from a young age. The Swim-U team comprises upbeat swimming professors who are the brains behind the company's special brand of instruction in swimming, as well as in child CPR and first-aid training and dunk-tank pitching.

6210 Plantation Center Drive

As one of the four PGA pros on staff at John Budwine Golf Academy, Jimmy Hamilton treats each golfer as an individual project with specific objectives, teaching the basics to a beginner and intricate swing developments to a seasoned player. Jimmy’s knowledge of golf—the product of lettering three times at the University of Maryland and qualifying for the 1976 NCAA Championship—allows him to accurately determine where students need the most attention. Before addressing game aspects such as course management or shot selection, Jimmy first factors in the student’s goals, existing abilities, and willingness to live on a diet of fairway grasses. Each lesson is held at Wildwood Green Golf Club’s private teaching area, where students will be able to practice shots on a driving range, practice putting green, and a target chipping area.

3420 Yonkers Road