Located just five miles north of Goldsboro, this winery is situated on a family farm. A selection of naturally fermented wines are produced from the area’s native grape and the official fruit of NC, the Muscadine.
The Arts Council of Wayne County offers exhibitions, performances, workshops, art classes, and houses adult and children’s art galleries, studios, and much more. Visit the Art Market! From pottery to photography, jewelry to textiles, paintings to prints, the Art Market is a wonderful place to find unique, one-of-a-kind works of art.
102 N. John St., Goldsboro, […]
An “ATV Rider’s Paradise” with more than 1800 acres of riding trails, drag races, motorcross tracks, youth tracks, mudpits, mudholes, mudraces, and ATV ponds. For those who prefer water, we’ve got a lake and several ponds – perfect for swimming, jetskiing, boating, or fishing. Busco Beach has plenty of water front space for primitive camping […]
Established in 1978, Center Stage Theatre is a 501(c) 3 Non-Profit community theatre group providing quality entertainment to Wayne County, NC and beyond. For a complete listing of performances, visit our website.
PO Box 1255, Goldsboro, NC 27533 | (919) 429-9278
The Cherry Research Farm is one of 18 research stations across the state in the Research Station Division of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The diverse facility has livestock and organic and convention crop production. The Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS), established in 1994, is located on the farm.
201 Stevens […]
Goldsboro was an important railroad junction during the Civil War. Confederate troops were stationed here to guard the city and report for duty by rail. Hospitals were established and over 800 Confederate soldiers were buried in a mass grave at Willowdale Cemetery. Breastworks were built to protect the city. Remains are still visible along Claiborne […]
The 90-feet high cliffs on the Neuse River’s south bank show the magnificently chiseled results of “Mother Nature’s” mighty force.
Cliffs of the Neuse State Park encompasses over 1,000 acres. The new visitors center is open daily from 8am-5pm and features delightful and educational exhibits as well as meeting space for up to 100. Reservations required […]
Situated on 22 acres, the facility consists of a large stall barn, pastures, jumping arena, and covered and lighted riding rings. Visitors are welcome.
- Training & Boarding
- Certified Instructors with 50 years plus combined experience
- Riding Academy – Western and English
- Therapeutic Riding
- Show Team
- Equestrian 4H Program
281 Leslie Drive, Goldsboro, NC 27530
- Enclosed Olympic size pool with spectator seats
- Indoor walking and running track
- Weight Room
- Triple Gymnasium
- Group exercise classes
- Summer Camp
- After School Program
- Preschool Program
- Swim Lessons (year round)
- Showers/Locker Rooms
- Sauna, Steam Room, and Jacuzzi
- Outdoor Sports Complex featuring 6 multipurpose fields and 1.5 mile track
- Sporting events may be booked with […]
The Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course, owned and operated by the City of Goldsboro Recreation and Parks, is a par 72 layout that golfers of all levels find enjoyable and challenging. Redesigned in 1999 by architect John LaFoy, the course offers champion Bermuda greens, 419 Bermuda fairways, plenty of deep and challenging bunkers, and unrivaled combination […]
- Eleven city parks that offer picnic shelters, restrooms, equipment rentals, events, and activities for all age groups
- Tennis Courts
- Basketball Courts
- Ball Fields
- Goldsboro Mountain Bike Trail featuring 3 miles of winding, single track trails for beginner to advanced riders
- Three Disc Golf Courses, Stoney Creek Park, Berkeley Park, and Goldsboro
- Farmer’s Market
- Goldsboro Municipal Golf […]
Living history demonstrations thrive on audience participation at the 1840’s boyhood home of North Carolina’s “Educational Governor.” The site includes a visitors’ center, a mid-nineteenth century homestead, and an 1893 one-room schoolhouse.
- Guided tours & living history demonstrations
- Working farm
- Farm animals
- Picnic area & restrooms
- Pets allowed outside […]
A North Carolina tradition since 1972, Hinnant Vineyards & Winery is the largest Muscadine vineyard in North Carolina consisting of 62 acres. The vineyards have produced award winning wines across the U.S.
- Products available for sale
- Gift Shop
- Offers tours and wine tastings
- Weddings, Receptions, and Meeting Space
826 Pine Level-Micro Rd., Pine Level, NC 27568 […]
- Charles B. Aycock: Governor, 1901-1905. Birthplace stands 2/3 miles east. US 117 south of Fremont.
- Waynesborough: First seat of Wayne County. Incorporated 1787. US 117 bypass in Goldsboro.
- Sherman’s March: Sherman’s army, on its march from Savannah, entered Goldsboro on March 21, 1865. NC 581 (West Ash Street) in Goldsboro.
- North Carolina Railroad: Built […]
Set on a pastoral 289 acres, this 18-hole championship course offers “Championship Bermuda” Greens and Bermuda fairways, as well as a double-decker driving range. Designed by architect John LaFoy, Lane Tree Golf Club and Conference Center was recently awarded a 3.5 Star Rating by Golf Digest for best course to play. They offer golf […]
- Charles B. Aycock Birthplace State Historic Site (Fremont vicinity) 02/26/70
- Barnes-Hooks Farms (Fremont vicinity) 09/01/95
- Eureka United Methodist Church (Eureka) 08/26/82
- First Presbyterian Church (Christian Science Church, Goldsboro) 05/29/79
- L.D. Giddens and Son Jewelry Store (Goldsboro) 03/19/79
- Goldsboro Union Station (Goldsboro) 04/13/77
- Harry Fitzhugh Lee House (Goldsboro) 03/01/84
- Former Mount Olive High School (Mount […]
Home of the 4th Fighter Wing, which flies the F-15E Strike Eagle jet, and the 916th Air Refueling Wing, which flies the KC-135R Stratotanker, the Base has an intricate history within and around Goldsboro and Wayne County. First activated in 1942, the installation was named in honor of U.S. Navy Lt. Seymour A. Johnson, a […]
A par 71, 6,265-yard layout makes for a challenging yet fair round of golf. Tree-lined Bermuda grass fairways and small Bermuda greens give this course its uniqueness. Southern Wayne is a non-metal spike facility.
262 Country Club Rd., Mount Olive, NC 28365 | (919) 658-4269
Affiliated with the Arts Council of Wayne County, Stage Struck is a member of the American Association of Community Theatre. StageStruck’s mission is to encourage young people’s knowledge, interest, and participation in the theatrical performing arts. The theatre group offers drama workshops, story tellers camp, summer camp, and produces five productions each year.
121 W. Chestnut […]
In December 1862, Union General John Foster marched from New Bern with an army of 12,000 men. The intent was to interrupt the Confederate supply chain by destroying the railroad bridge which crossed the Neuse River, three miles south of Goldsborough. On December 17, Union troops attacked and pushed back a small force of 2,000 […]
Originally built in 1882 and reconstructed in 2008, this beautiful landmark is Historic Downtown Goldsboro’s headquarters for the performing arts. In addition to an increasing amount of events produced by local organizations, the Paramount Theatre now presents an annual Performing Arts Series featuring nationally and internationally known artists. Visit the website for a complete listing […]
This group has been riding the roads of Wayne, Lenoir, and Greene Counties for 26 years. Whether you have a desire to race, ride for fitness, fun, or recreation, there is a place for you in the group. Their goal is to promote and encourage bicycling in our community and they are involved in a wide […]
In 1865, Goldsborough was Union General Sherman’s destination on his march through the Carolinas. Three Union armies converged on Goldsborough and captured the city in March. Union hospitals were established, and the city was occupied for three weeks by over 100,000 Union soldiers.
The Carolina Golf Panel has listed WALNUT CREEK as the NUMBER ONE HIDDEN GEM of Eastern North Carolina! The Ellis Maples course design recently received a facelift. Newly shaped greens and surrounding greens areas create a marvelous flow of contour and design. The new greens’ surfaces are a mix of L-93 and Crenshaw Bent […]
Used in World War II as a USO, the museum, located in the heart of Historic Downtown Goldsboro, memorializes Wayne County history with rotating exhibits, a permanent War Between the States exhibit, and a Wall of Fame honoring notable Wayne County natives. The museum continually collects, preserves, studies, and exhibits objects illustrating the history […]
This living monument was erected to honor those veterans who have died and instill in future generations an understanding and respect for the sacrifices made on our behalf by so many. The site includes a Memorial Wall, The Pavilion, Jaycees’ Vietnam Memorial, SJAFB Sculpture, Wayne County Granite Map, Fountain, and Illuminated Flags.
239 E. […]
Our park is located on the site of the former town of Waynesborough, the original seat of Wayne County from 1787 until 1847. The park consists of a village featuring nine historic buildings brought from across the county. These buildings, including a school, lawyer’s office, and Quaker meeting house, date from the 1860’s. Designated […]
Designed in 1853 by Colonel Charles Nelson, this historically significant cemetery features an 1883 Confederate Monument underneath, which lies the mass grave of 800 Confederate soldiers. Among the historic graves, are the gravesites of Texas soldier Jarad K. White, former North Carolina Governor Curtis Brogden, and first Secretary of the Army General Kenneth Claiborne Royall. […]