Nestled in the gently rising foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Rockingham County, North Carolina is a good place to experience outdoor fun.

Here, you will find rural, small-town charm coupled with close proximity to big-city amenities in North Carolina’s Northern Piedmont Triad region. Rockingham County is blessed with a beautiful rolling landscape and an abundance of water.

Father and Daughter on the Dan RiverFour rivers—the Dan, Haw, Mayo and Smith—provide more than 60 miles of flowing waters.  Two large lakes—portions of Belews Lake and Lake Reidsville—provide access to more than 4,500 acres of water fun.

Two riverside state parks offer tremendous outdoor recreation. This abundance of water makes Rockingham County a good place for powering industries as well as offering numerous options for outdoor recreation.

While visiting Rockingham County, you can paddle the rivers, hit the lakes, play some golf, go horseback riding, stroll along greenways, play in a park, sample local wine, visit historic sites and museums, or simply soak up the sun.

So come hike the extra mile.  Run faster through the rapids.  Dive deeper under the surface.  In Rockingham County, you might just go a little further than you’ve gone before.

And while you are here you can enjoy some southern hospitality by staying with any of our hotels or local campgrounds.

So come, and find out why: when you’re in Rockingham County, North Carolina, you’re in a good place!