Bushido Judo - Durham, NC (and Burlington, NC)
Bushido Judo is a non-profit school which I've attended for the last 2.5 years at the time of this posting. As far as I know this is the only Judo club in the Research Triangle Park area that competes aside from UNC Chapel Hill's program (some of whose students visit us fairly regularly).
The facilities are adequate, but not amazing. A little bit more room would be nice, but it's not too bad. The only real complaint is lack of crash pad, but we're actually taking up collections to purchase one now. In all honesty, it suits my style perfectly; I wouldn't feel right in a fancy schmancy place.
Students get a lot more than they pay for with Sensei Stokes charging only $55 a month. The black belts often outnumber the rest of the students combined, sometimes double, which means you can expect an insane amount of individualized attention. Some of the black belts have experience in international competition, one is currently training at the Olympic Training Center via invitation. We have at least two (I think three though) national level referees as well. We also have plenty of casual players too.
I only gave the grappling an 8 since groundwork, while definitely not neglected (usually we do 20 minutes of rolling per class), doesn't always receive the same level of in-depth instruction as standup. We tend to drill specific techniques for standup each class, but often (though not always) newaza is a learn-as-you-go process with one of the many black belts or an experienced brown taking time out of smooshing you to show you a new trick and let your drill it on them. The throwing instruction is fantastic, endless variations of the same throws are covered and the instructors really understand how to make Judo work for different body-types.
Overall, I think it's a fantastic school, and the people are amazingly friendly in a genuine way and will make you feel welcome from day one. If I had children of my own, I would definitely take them here; Sensei Stokes and Davis are great with kids, they all seem to love it (at the end of every class, the kids simultaneously charge and dogpile him .02s after bowing out), and I'm continually amazed when I show up a little early and watch randori at the end of the kid's class how much skill kids whom I thought were too young to get it are developing a few months later.
They also have a program in Burlington, NC (which is also taught by Sensei Stokes, I can't believe he makes that commute, he's crazy) which also has a "Full Contact class", essentially Judo mixed with Muay Thai which he co-teaches with a MT instructor.
P.S. The website is outdated and the god-awful mat in the pictures has long-since been replaced with a good one.