Randolph is a thriving, family-friendly farming community where the cost of living and quality of life are some of the many benefits of living here. With a population of nearing a 1,000, it is located in Cedar County, along U.S. Highway 20. The community lies 4 miles east of U.S. Highway 81; 25 miles north of Norfolk, and 35 miles south of the South Dakota border. It refers to itself as "The Honey Capital of the Nation" due to the per-capita number of bee keeping families in the area. The town has many employment opportunities and has a motto “where tomorrow is built today,” as the town takes pride in improving the infrastructure of its community. There are many activities to enjoy at the local Veterans Memorial Park, from high school football and baseball games, to family gatherings at the shelter house for picnics, and watching the kids have fun at the playground areas, or even on summer days at Camp Assurance. Many enjoy golf at the Randolph Community Golf Course and Country Club, and play a round at the local frisbee golf course in the warmer months. In the winter, residents find entertainment with league bowling and dances at the community auditorium. For an escape, the Missouri River is located 40 miles north, which is great for boating, fishing, and checking out Gavin’s Point Dam. Down the road, enjoy the Lewis & Clark Lake and Campground for fishing, swimming, and sunny beach areas.