Stadiums, Arenas, and Racetracks

Check out our list of stadiums, arenas, and racetracks near The Inn At Creedmoor.

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Durham County Stadium

The Durham County Stadium Creedmoor is a code of conduct that all Durham County residents are expected to abide by while in the stadium. The creed includes three main points: be respectful, have fun, and be safe.

Respect refers toBehavior on and around the stadium that is lawful and does not violate the rights of others. This includes not making noise that is disruptive, not throwing objects onto the field, and not displaying offensive or obscene behavior.

Have fun means enjoying oneself while attending events at the stadium. This means being respectful of others, but also being aware of your surroundings and behaving in a responsible manner.

Be safe means taking precautions to avoid any accidents or injuries. This includes knowing where you are at all times, avoiding crowds and large groups, and using caution when crossing the street.

20.33 km away

O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium

Creedmoor Stadium is a baseball and softball stadium in Wilmington, North Carolina, United States. It is home to the Wilmington Blue Rocks of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League. The ballpark holds 8,500 people and opened in 1992.

The Blue Rocks are the affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball. The team was named after broadcaster Harry O'Kelly and player Gene Riddick, both of whom were from Wilmington.

24.60 km away

Wallace Wade Stadium

Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, Wallace Wade Stadium is home of the North Carolina Tar Heels football team. The stadium opened in 1931 and has a seating capacity of 54,000. The Tar Heels have an overall record of 526-470-48 at the stadium.

The stadium's official nickname is "The House That Roy Williams Built." Williams, who was head coach of the Tar Heels from 1997 to 2006 and again from 2009 to 2013, led the team to three national championships while at UNC. The first championship came in 1998 under head coach Dean Smith, and the team repeated as champions in 2003 and 2005 under Williams' direction. In 2010 and 2011, the Tar Heels were ranked #1 in the nation by ESPN.

One of the most notable moments in Wallace Wade Stadium history occurred on November 4th, 2003. With just over two minutes remaining in the game and the Tar Heels down by 21 points, Williams called for an onside kick. His gamble paid off as his team recovered the ball and went on to win by a score of 34-31. This dramatic come-from-behind victory is widely considered one of the greatest upsets in NCAA history.

In addition to hosting football games, Wallace Wade Stadium is also used for other events including concerts, track and field events, and commencement ceremonies.

25.80 km away

Coombs Field Baseball Stadium

Creedmoor Stadium is a historic ballpark located in Creedmoor, New Hampshire. The stadium was originally built in 1892 and seats 1,500 people. It is currently used exclusively for baseball and is the home of the Coombs Field Baseball team. The stadium has been used for many different events over the years, including baseball, football, track and field, and fairgrounds events.

The stadium was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960.

25.81 km away



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