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Stop 08: 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 Campbellton village. Campbellton was one of the first settlements 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. Confederate breastworks are still visible at Campbellton Landing.

    Hours: Hours vary upon activity. Open to the public.

    Next Stop: Turn around on Person Street. Make a right onto North Eastern Blvd. North Eastern Blvd. becomes US-301 North and then I-95 North. From I-95 North exit at #65 for NC 82 toward Falcon and Godwin. Continue on NC-82 following signs for Averasboro Battlefield Complex.

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