Asheville Assault is a member of the National Women’s Football Association. Visit our website to get schedules and stats.
The Mountain Shag Club Inc. was formed in November 1988 as a non-profit corporation and is a member of the Association of Carolina Shag Clubs. We have 100+ members from Western North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and the surrounding areas. Our club parties take place in Asheville and Hendersonville, N.C. Please join us on the Dance Floor!
All are welcome to lounge around our pool for the ultimate “staycation” this summer. Enjoy fun in the sun, pool parties, and a friendly atmosphere at the coolest pool in town. Our 25-meter outdoor pool opens on Memorial Day Weekend and stays open through Labor Day. We offer late night Wednesdays, private swimming lessons, water fitness classes, morning adult lap swim, and best of all – a chance to enjoy the many friends you’ll find here all summer long.
Most people still call it Frisbee, but the Warren Wilson Ultimate Team takes the sport to a new level by competing in competitions across the country. Ultimate Frisbee combines elements of soccer, football and basketball in a fast-paced game, played with a Frisbee, where everyone is a quarterback and everyone is a receiver.
Asphalt Sisters: Blue Ridge Chapter are an Asheville, NC area all female motorcycle group. Their group includes all types/makes of motorcycle and skill levels. They are a no drama “no fuss-no muss” riding group. They welcome ALL FEMALE RIDERS from all walks of life, and all stages of life. Their goal is to bring together women who enjoy riding and want camaraderie on the road. They want everyone to feel welcome and part of the group. They are open to destination ideas, and encourage suggestions. They hope to meet you soon!
Aston Park Tennis Center
Aston Park Tennis Center is one of the finest public clay court facilities in the United States. There are 12 lighted clay courts designed and constructed of the Har Tru Fast Dry clay court material. The center is open to the public.
Asheville Lacrosse Team plays in the Southeastern Lacrosse League. For schedules and practice locations visit our web site or call.
Iron Order Motorcycle Club in Asheville is a law abiding motorcycle club which donates and participates in charity events in the Asheville area. They also do rides and welcome anyone of any background to ride with us with any style motorcycle.
Buncombe County Parks & Recreation Services offers a variety of activities for all ages! Be sure to call (828) 250-4260 to inquire about additional information! Please click on your age group on the left to find out what’s going on!
Western North Carolina Racing Pigeon Club meets monthly and has two pigeon racing seasons each year.
Zero Gravity Skate Park Indoor park in Brevard is designed for skateboards inline skates and BMX bikes.
An adult soccer and community involvement organization.
Western North Carolina Disc Golf Club meets at 7pm on the last Monday of each month.
Whether you ride the parkway or the trails, this club has numerous planned rides with experienced leaders. Asheville has some great places to ride – come learn some new routes with the BRBC.
Founded in 1994, this club has grown to over 100 members who like to share their enthusiasm for British and European sports cars.
For years, the 18,000 square foot YMI building was the social and economic center of Asheville’s Black community. Currently YMI is a cultural center operating with support from the City of Asheville. Its impressive Tudor-style structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features four galleries and a 300-seat performing arts theatre.
For those who like to run around, all ages and abilities welcome. Visit the site for more info on the exciting First Annual Mount Mitchell to Black Mountain Marathon Challenge!
Now open. Offers a trampoline, dirt jumps, DBX track, foam pit and the 100-foot rail.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day, held at UNC-A, is a community event designed to expose women and girls to a variety of activities to inspire them to lead active, healthy lives. For more info, or to register, contact Allison Dains.
Asheville Ultimate Club meets three times weekly to have fun and ultimately throw their discs around. Visit their site for more on scheduling and to view lots of ultimate action shots.
Food Lion Skate Park is an outdoor skateboarding park at the corner of Flint and Cherry streets in downtown Asheville.
One of America’s finest driving routes, following the Blue Ridge Mountains from Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains.
Eliminating racism, empowering women — it’s what the YWCA is about and what it intends to do. The YWCA of Asheville offers programs in Aquatics, including swim lessons, lap and open swims, water aerobics, lifeguard training, and more.
Asheville.com is proud to be an Advocate of the YWCA of Asheville.
Trout Unlimited Land-of-Sky is an organization of anglers and conservationists dedicated to the protection of trout and their habitat. Visit their site to learn more about those trout streams within casting distance of Asheville.
Peak Swimming is a totally non-profit team with a non-paid parent run board. Each swim family pays a fee for each swim session for their swimmer or swimmers. The team also allocates scholarships to swimmers according to a percentage of income the team has per session. We are not only a competitive swim team. We offer a swim school, masters swimming, conditioning through swimming or just stroke perfection.
This is the premier youth track and field program in the mountains for kids 6-18 and has been in existence since 1990. They have over 20 volunteer coaches and each year host a major track meet for kids at UNCA.
We are a nonprofit offering capoeira classes and performances to the Asheville community. A free introductory class is held for those interested in this traditional Afro-Brazilian martial art every 1st and 3rd sat. Come by to train or just to watch! Performances and workshops available.
The Western North Carolina Nature Center is the first place where area children meet the animals they have read about. Deers, bears, cougars, wolf, racoons, birds and even farm animals are there for all to learn about. Exhibits on area poisonous snakes are worth absorbing. An aviary, self-guided nature trail and petting zoo make this a great place for the family. Small admission fee.
Asheville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts maintains 54 public parks, 6 miles of greenways, 11 community centers, numerous programs for youth, seniors and outdoor enthusiasts, a comprehensive athletic program and many facilities that provide resources for a range of activities. The department is nationally accredited and a gold medal winner.
Is a year round, non-profit organization for ages 8-18, using outdoor adventure education, service to others and environmental education.