Two riverside state parks offer tons of outdoor fun.
Mayo River State Park
The Mayo River State Park, located in Mayodan, was the county’s first state park. Established in 2002, it consists of nearly 2,000 acres along the serene Mayo River corridor in Rockingham County and is still in development. The Mayo River State Park's interim facility, "Mayo Mountain Access", features a visitor contact station, picnic shelter, 1.8-mile and .5-mile hiking trails, rest rooms, catch and release fishing pond, and a maintenance facility. One portion of the park contains unique historic structures that were designed by internationally renowned architect Antonin Raymond. Mayo Mountain Access is located at 500 Old Mayo Park Road, Mayodan, NC 27027. Contact the park for more information at 336.427.2530 or email@example.com.
The Haw River flows from Guilford County into Rockingham County just south of Reidsville. At this time, there are no public access points on the Haw River in Rockingham County. The Haw River State Park and Summit Educational Center are located right at the county line between Rockingham and Guilford counties on approximately 300 acres of beautiful Piedmont land. While this state park is in the early stages of development, the Summit Educational Center was the first major acquisition. The Summit Educational Center is located at 339 Conference Center Drive, Browns Summit, NC 27214. Contact the Center for more information at 336-342-6163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.