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Fitness and Fun at Boar's Head Resort
Whether you're here for a business trip, weekend getaway or family vacation, be sure to bring your workout clothing or golf gear to take advantage of our on-property opportunities for fitness and fun.
The Boar's Head Sports Club boasts one of the top tennis facilities in the east and one of the best squash centers in the world! Add a couple swimming pools, a restaurant, and larger-than-life fitness equipment and studios, and you'll be ready for a full stay of fitness and fun.
If driving a fairway is more your style, you'll be sure to capture more birdies at Birdwood Golf Course! This Audubon-certified course meanders deep into our 600-acre property and is the official home course of the University of Virginia.
After a long day on the fairways or a hard-hitting day at the claycourts, you'll need to relax and rejuvenate and the Boar's Head Spa is the place to be. Located just behind the Main Inn, the Boar's Head Spa is the perfect spot to massage out those kinks and get you ready for your next Charlottesville adventure.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but our spa is currently closed due to fire damage.
Designed for families, corporate groups or just a couple friends looking to get out and explore our 573-acre property, Boar's Head Outfitters has an activity that's fun for all. Whether it be an on-site scavenger hunt guided by a custom cell phone app or a guided paddling clinic on one of our nearby rivers or lakes, there's excitement to be had and memories to be captured!
Unlike any other hotel property in the Charlottesville area, Boar's Head Resort is uniquely situated on 573 acres which boasts an array of plant and wildlife viewing opportunities. Guests and locals are invited to explore our trail system that walks deep into the woods directly in stride with our Audubon-certified golf course. A stroll on our pathways will take you past a few lakes and ponds, some low-lying wetlands and even a historic cemetery.
All trails are intermediate in level and are predominantly laid out in an out-and-back format. If you're ready to start hiking, download the trail map!