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Campbellton Landing

  • Overview

    This modern-day entertainment venue is located on the east bank of the Cape Fear River and is named after the old ferry landing at Campbelton village. Campbelton was the first settlement in the area, incorporated in 1762 and located on the west bank of the river. It wasn't until 1819 that the first bridge crossing the river was constructed to bring people over to the east bank. Campbellton Landing is the site of some of the best-kept Confederate breastworks. An array of events for all ages are now hosted at this historic site.

    Hours: Fishing allowed 24 hours.

    Notes: Private Boat Ramp - $5.00/24 hours (paid to Riverside Sports Center); Free Bank Fishing; Free Parking.

    What You Will Catch: Large Mouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Striped Bass, American Shad, Catfish, Sunfish.

    This site is affiliated with the Cape Fear River/Riverside Sports Center.