Things to do in Lumberton
Lumberton is located in the Southeastern portion of North Carolina. The city is within driving distance to many North Carolina vacation spots such as Hatteras Island, Topsail Island, Wrightsville Beach, Myrtle Beach, and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
There are 30 beaches in North Carolina and the majority of them are open and available to the public year round.
Carolina Beach State Park:
Are you a sea life enthusiast and do you like to walk? Many people consider this to be one of the best beaches in North Carolina. This beach is about 10 miles long and full of sea creatures and plants, with an additional 5 miles worth of hiking trails for you to explore.
As North Carolina’s most accessible beach, it’s easy to get to from Interstate 40, and easier to stay with an abundance of outdoor activities, miles of beach, family-friendly events, and full-service hotels and vacation rental options. Known for its many waterways and channels from the sound to the sea, this seaside town is the perfect place to practice all watersports. Cruise the water by kite-board, kayak or paddle board, tame the area’s world-class surf, reel in a prize-worthy fish at sea, or just sit back and enjoy the spectacular views of the sunrise over the ocean or sunset during an evening harbor cruise.
North Carolina’s small wonder. Located at the southern tip of Pleasure Island, near the Cape Fear River, Kure Beach is filled with a lot of what you're hoping to find on a vacation or getaway: beautiful, natural surroundings with vistas of the ocean and the river, many beachside cafes, an aquarium and ocean front park.
Lac Belle Vineyards
Cypress Bend Vineyards
Grapeful Sisters Vineyard
County Squire Winery
Do you like to skydive? Did you know that the world’s largest indoor skydiving center is called the ParacleteXP, and is located in Raeford, N.C. Lumberton is only 30 miles from Raeford.
All American City Award:
The All-America City Award is a community recognition program that is awarded to 10 communities in the United States annually. Lumberton earned this distinction twice - in 1970 and 1995. The City of Lumberton continually promotes the attributes of diversity, and strives for a strong regional and national image.