NCRLA Foundation Hospitality & Tourism Training Program
Free trainings, credentials & certifications are available at the North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association website. Use the QR code to connect for a full list of courses, or go to www.NCRLA.training, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 919-277-8580.
Golf! – 3 Great Courses – Book a Room & Play!
Book a room for 3 days of great golf! Enjoy 3 days of golf, playing a different course each day!
Visit our website: www.lumberton-nc.com for information for up to $20 off a one-night stay in our hotels.
The Pickleball craze has arrived in Lumberton!!! Do you need to release some energy after traveling? Indoor play is at Bill Sapp Recreation Center, 1100 North Cedar Street in Lumberton each Friday from 1-4pm. Additional hours added – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 10:00am- 12 noon. (subject to change, so please check with the Rec. Department 910-671-3869, (loaner paddles and balls provided). Download the app Places2play.org. to find a place to play. Just type in Lumberton or 28358 (zip) to find our locations.
NC Year of the Trail 2023
Enjoy seeing the beauty in North Carolina. Find a trail, embrace the great outdoors!
Spring has arrived in Lumberton, and our hospitality is WARM!
Travel safely to Lumberton and to all destinations in our great state. Stop in Lumberton and experience our warm hospitality. See information below for up to $20 off a one-night restful stay in our hotels! Our hotels, restaurants and community are ready to embrace your needs and help your stay to be as comfortable as possible. Be safe! Be happy! Enjoy!
Dine and Shop in Lumberton
Enjoy some leisure time in Lumberton. More than 100 restaurants offer food and drinks of about any flavor or style from Southern barbeque and fried chicken to elegant cuisines and desserts. Each listing on our “Dining” page indicates the type of food prepared by the restaurant for your dining pleasures. DINING
Lumberton offers a “mixed bag” of shopping opportunities. Boutiques, antique malls/stores, a mall with 15 plus retail stores on campus, and a unique specialty candy shop in the Downtown Historic District. SHOPPING
We are a welcoming community. Stop and enjoy our hospitality.
Coupons for Restful Nights
Travel information and coupons for Lumberton may be picked up at Lumberton Visitors Bureau, 3431 Lackey Street, (near Cracker Barrel) between the hours of 9:00AM-5:00PM, Monday-Friday, and by mail, Phone 910-739-9999. Also, you may go to our coupon page, lumberton-nc.com/download-our-coupon, for printing a coupon. Coupons are available at our Welcome Centers as you enter North Carolina from the north or at a temporary location at Exit 48, Cumberland County Northbound Rest Area in Fayetteville.
When entering North Carolina from Virginia, Welcome Center North is located at Exit 181, Roanoke Rapids; physical address is 1 I-95 Southbound Hwy, Pleasant Hill, NC 27866, phone no. 252-537-3365.
The I-95 South N.C. Welcome Center is closed for 14 months. Coupons for up to $20 off a one-night stay in Lumberton are available at the I-95 Cumberland County Northbound Rest Area at exit 48 in Fayetteville, to continue servicing visitors to the state. To contact the I-95 South N.C. Welcome Center, at its temporary location, call (910) 422- 8314, as the phone number remains the same, or contact Welcome Center Manager Kat Littleturtle.
Enjoy a restful nights’ sleep, wake up refreshed and enjoy some delicious food at our conveniently located restaurants.
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