24-40 RV Park offs RV Pull-Through sites with 30-amp and 50-amp power. They are a family-oriented recreation venue, and they desire for all guests to feel relax, refresh, and rejuvenate. Located right off I-40 and NC-24 in southeastern North Carolina. Amenities: RV hookups, (regular and luxury), tent sites, wildlife trails, pond and chapel for weddings. Pets on leashes allowed. Open year round.
One of the largest antebellum plantation houses in North Carolina. The mostly undisturbed Greek Revival plantation architecture, has Italianate features and an unusual cruciform floor plan with wide halls on both floors. In June, 2001, filming of a major motion picture concluded at the house for the Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (released in 2002).
Duplin County’s Cabin Lake is located approximately five miles north of Beulaville on Highway 111. The park is open for camping, hiking, fishing, boating, picnicking and swimming. Paddle boats and canoes available for rent. The swimming area is only open from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. Admission to the park is $3.00 per person Duplin County Residents and $4.00 per person Non-Duplin County Residents while children ages five and under free.
A sanctuary that rescues, rehabilitates, and cares for parrots, and is committed to providing a permanent refuge and a lifelong, healthy habitat for these parrots.
230 Quiet Water Dr., Chinquapin, NC 28521
The boat ramp is at the end of Quiet Water Lane that turns off of Durwood Evans Road which intersects with NC 41&50 at Chinquapin.
318 South Norwood St., Wallace
Founded by George and Ila Cowan in 1981 and dedicated to their daughter, Joann Cowan Brown, the Cowan Museum of History and Science is housed within the Kelly-Farrior House (ca. 1848) and has an adjacent historical park. The collections consist primarily of 19th-20th century (with several 18th century) tools and equipment, including farm and woodworking tools, and household objects. The museum also has a natural science collection with hundreds of geological specimens, and other unique artifacts, such as a tornado demonstrator, an alternative fuel fan, and a hog oiler.
The new course is among the best in the Southeast. Playing 6,400 yards par 72 from the championship tees, the course with its beautifully tree-lined fairways and newly sprigged “Champion” Bermuda greens offer a challenge for all skill levels. The recent renovation not only restored natural and strategic characteristics of the original design but completely transformed bunkers, tees and putting greens and installed new cart paths, creating a remarkable new course design at Duplin Country Club.
General Manager/Head Golf Professional: Tom Parsons, PGA
Par : 72 / Yardage: 6270 / Green Surface: Champion Bermuda
4000 seat event and entertainment center. The Duplin County Events Center is a multi-use entertainment venue that can seat up to 4000 people. The center hosts a wide variety of events ranging from sold-out concerts in the arena to conventions, trade shows, and exhibitions.
As the oldest and largest winery in the south, Duplin Winery has been producing award winning wines for over three generations. Free daily tours and tastings, gift shop, gourmet foods, and perfect pairings and fun at the Bistro Restaurant.
Dinner Theater and on site family events provide outstanding and fun entertainment throughout the year. Reservations recommended for Bistro dining; tickets required for most events. Wine programs, receptions, weddings, and private parties welcome.
Housed inside the Faison library, this unique museum holds the secrets of Faison’s history: its people, churches, businesses, schools, family histories and civic clubs.
184 Park Cr., Faison
Memberships available. Walking trail.
Established in 1736, it is the oldest continuous Presbyterian congregation in North Carolina.
Hebron Presbyterian Church, also known as Sutton’s Branch Church, is a historic Presbyterian church and national historic district located near Beautancus, Duplin County, North Carolina. An 1890 sanctuary remains cared for and virtually untouched by modern conveniences for the public to visit. The church is a small one-story, front gable, wood-frame Late Gothic Revival-style church. Also on the property is the contributing church cemetery with burials dating to 1902.
Legend states that Barbara Gastor Beverett discovered the spring in the early 1700s while searching for gold.
170 Wildlife Landing Lane, Kenansville, NC 28349
The 9-hole “Key Vista 1” course at the Key Vista Country Club facility in Pink Hill, North Carolina features 3,167 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36 . The course rating is 35.5 and it has a slope rating of 116. Key Vista 1 golf course opened in 1968.
General Manager: Kay Miller
Par: 36 / Length: 3,167 yards / Greens surface: Bermuda
Just off of Interstate 40 in Wallace lies Duplin County’s not-so-hidden treasure – Lake Leamon – a place where families can go for a little fun in the sun. You can bring your RV or your trailer or your tent and just have a weekend of fun. There are many shaded RV sites, over 100 tent sites, some with water and electric hookups, a boat ramp, picnic tables, campfires, flush toilets, showers, and even a laundry room, game room, and snack bar.
Liberty Hall is an architectural gem and a southern Historic land Mark. Visitors will enjoy guided tours of the 19th century house, grounds and out buildings which are now fully restored to past glory. The house hosted the “Wedding of the Century” between Henry M. Flagler and Mary Lilly Kenan in 1901.
• Albertson Youth Sport Park
135 Melda Harper Lane, Albertson, NC 28508
• Calypso Park
205 Trade Street, Calypso, NC 28325 / 919.658.9221 (Town Hall)
• Clement Street Park
201 E Clement St, Wallace, NC 28466
910.285.2905 (Wallace Parks & Rec.)
• Faison Park
184 Park Circle, Faison, NC 28341 / 910.267.0115
• Jimmy Jerome Park
175 Lake Tut Lane, Rose Hill, NC 28458 /910.289.3159 (Town Hall)
• Kenan Park
100 Stokes Street, Kenansville, NC 28349 / 910.296.9547 / www.kenansville.org
• Northeast Community Park
4702 North NC 41 Hwy., Wallace, NC 28466
• Teachey Park
130 Boney Street, Teachey, NC 28464 / 910.285.7564 (Town Hall)
Maxwell Mill Park featuring the historic 75-acre Cypress Mill Pond is open year round. Amenities: boat rentals, fishing, pool, Cable TV, Full camping hookups, Laundry, General store and Game room. Reservations suggested.
Go around the housing development and fish from the far side of pond. Fees: from bank, $3; from boat, 2 people, $5 each person. Pay at the gatehouse of the parking lot for House of Raeford poultry plant.
Pond location: Nash Johnson Pond Road off U.S. 117, Rose Hill 28458
301 S. Pine St., Pink Hill
Both of their courses were designed by nationally acclaimed architect Clyde Johnston of Hilton Head, South Carolina. Through Johnston’s incredible vision of the remarkable land given to him at River Landing, he carved out a masterpiece in the two 18-hole golf courses. His designs take full advantage of the unique natural beauty of our eastern coastal plain region, including scenic lakes, lush woodlands, and the peaceful Cape Fear River.
Par : 72 / Yardage: 6942 / Green Surface: Champion Bermuda
The 18-hole “Rockfish” course at the Rockfish Country Club facility in Wallace, North Carolina features 6,369 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 69.6 and it has a slope rating of 111. Rockfish golf course opened in 1958.
General Manager: Pete Banton
Par: 72 / Length: 6,369 yards / Greens surface: Bermuda
375-acre working farm with museum featuring an 1830s dogtrot style house completely furnished to that period. Nine other vintage farm buildings containing over 850 artifacts from the past and a country store structure (c. 1925.)
Pay at box on 175 Ernest Taylor Lane, get ticket and receipt and drop payment in lockbox. $10 all day, sunup to sunset. Bring your own boat. Only electric motors are allowed. No alcoholic beverages allowed. Ages 12 and under are free.
Pond is off U.S. Hwy. 117 South, Faison, Turn on Ernest Taylor Lane.
A family-owned and operated bakery and bulk food products store keeps the dough rising and, even though the facility is small, it accommodates tour bus stops with advanced notice. They stock a variety of candies and sugar-free treats to round out their offerings. Call ahead to find out when the bread comes from the oven on the day you want to visit.
For more than 50 years The Country Squire Restaurant & Vintage Inn has been a landmark dining spot and country inn on N.C. Highway 50 (Bus. NC 24), between Kenansville and Warsaw. In keeping with this tradition of excellence, The Country Squire has opened its own working winery in the 18th Century portion of the restaurant. The Country Squire Winery’s Tartan Tasting Room & Gift Shop is a wonderful addition to The Country Squire, open to visitors from Tuesday to Saturday (and by special appointment. The Country Squire’s Vineyard with a charming gazebo is a lovely spot for weddings or other gatherings, in addition to the other rustic garden areas of The Country Squire’s grounds.
Restored 1894 Queen Anne style house is dedicated to recognizing Duplin County servicemen and women through the display of military artifacts and memorabilia from years past.
Remodeled in 2006 the depot houses a model train for visitors to see.
The collection’s showpiece is a classic and rare 1926 Dodge/Graham Brothers Fire Truck.
312 Yancey St, Warsaw 910.293.2011
Memberships available. Outdoor play equipment. Walking trails
169 Cypress Hole Rd., Wallace, NC 28466
Located 6 miles east of Wallace off NC 41 on Cypress Hole Road. The wildlife ramp on NC 24 is located approximately half way between Kenansville and Beulaville.
Weighing 2 tons with a 15’ diameter and holding 200 gallons of cooking oil, the frying pan has the capacity to cook 365 chickens simultaneously.