Rockingham, North Carolina
Rockingham is a small city and the county seat of Richmond County, North Carolina. Until 2004, Rockingham was a great pole of attraction for thousands of car racing fans who were ‘flooding’ the city because of the Rockingham Speedway, aka “The Rock,” that was included in the NASCAR Cup Series for more than 40 years (it closed on February 22, 2004). Nevertheless, nowadays Rockingham can be used as a base for exploring the beautiful Richmond County. The County’s natural landscape consists of pristine woodlands, lush farmland, and rivers. For the nature enthusiasts, we suggest exploring the nearby Sandhills (a beautiful pine trees eco-system; ideal for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and hunting), the Gamelands of Hoffman (60,000 acres of unspoiled wildlife await adventurous travelers), and Hitchcock Creek Blue Trail (with great spots for kayaking). Regarding budget accommodation, the average price that and nearby Rockingham, NC, charge per room per night (2 guests) is around $90.