Randleman Petty Museum

Race to Randleman, home of NASCAR’s Petty Family and four NASCAR Hall of Fame inductees including Richard Petty, Lee Petty, Maurice Petty, and Dale Inman!

Randleman is located between Archdale and Asheboro and is just minutes from the greater Greensboro area. The town was originally named for Peter Dicks who built a mill there around 1830. Later, a cotton mill was built in Dicks, and the town was renamed Union Factory.  In 1880 it was renamed Randleman in honor of John Banner Randleman, founder of Randleman Manufacturing Company.

Visit Petty Enterprises Historic Site, including the Richard Petty Museum, Petty’s Garage, and Toomes-Petty House, just six miles from Downtown Randleman

Feel your heart race™ at Victory Junction. Tour Goody's Body Shop, Hendrick Motorsports Fuel Stop, Silver Theater, Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America Water Park, Adam's Race Shop, Michael Waltrip Operation Marathon SportsCenter, Jessie's Horse Power Garage, Kurt Busch Superdome, Bass Pro Shops Catch, Kiss & Release Marina, Jimmie Johnson's Victory Lanes, Tony Stewart Maze, Ashburn/Davis Love Miniature Golf, Home Depot Tree House, and Dale Jr. Corral and Amphitheatre.

NASCAR Day Festival, held annually in the fall, celebrates the heritage and tradition of the Petty Family. The festival covers a one mile area of downtown Randleman with features including a Winston Cup "Old Timers Club" and displays of vintage race and NASCAR show cars; and antique automobiles, late models stock cars, amusements, games, food booths, handmade crafts and live entertainment!

Fish along 100 miles of beautiful shoreline on Randleman Lake. A reservoir on the Deep River, the lake opened in 2010 and is surrounded by a natural buffer of 2,975 acres with a lake surface of 3,007 acres. Recreational activities allowed on the lake include boating, fishing, sailing, and paddleboats.

Randleman is served by six Archdale area hotels; and five Asheboro area hotels.

City of Randleman | 204 S Main St - Randleman | 336-495-7500 | Clarence R. “ Bucky” Jernigan, Mayor | Nick Holcomb, City Manager