Historic markers outline the events of the March 1865 military action, the prelude to Bentonville. The property highlights Lebanon, a plantation home used as a Confederate Hospital and the Chicora Cemetery where the battle’s dead are buried. The museum outlines the conflicts and contains artifacts from the battle found on the battlefield as well as period uniforms, a diorama and more. Annual living history events and reenactments are held at the site.
NC 82, Exit 71, I-95
Open Tuesday-Saturdays 10-5, Sundays 1-5.
Luxuriously appointed Mansion – circa 1914.
The Barrington House has been transformed into an opulent and entrancing setting, suitable for a variety of social functions, including weddings, receptions, dinners, family reunions, gala parties, and corporate meetings. And, of course, as a Bed & Breakfast, Barrington House offers guests a charming escape into the classic splendor of another era.
608 West Barrington St., Dunn
Offering 3 locations within 10 miles from each other. Locally owned and operated, these thrift stores include a wide variety of merchandise at a discounted rate. Shop Dunn, Erwin, Lillington or Coats locations for daily sales.
102 S. Clinton Ave., Dunn
Mon – Sat: 10am-5pm Closed Sunday
A unique business that features a coffee and snack bar as well as a thrift/consignment store. Several vendors onsite with everything you could think of.
Wayne Avenue Shopping Center, Dunn
940 W. Cumberland St., Dunn
Mon – Sat: 10am – 6pm
Family entertainment – roller skating – snack bar – games. Book your party or fund raiser today.
1500 N Ellis Avenue (Hwy 301 N), Dunn
Call for hours of operation
Chicora Country Club offers both flat and rolling terrain, a complete snack bar, swimming pool, pro shop and club house. Featuring 18 holes, priced on the $20 to $40 range, par 71, 6,200 yards a course rating of 69.9 and slope of 128.
495 Chicora Club Drive, Dunn, NC off NC 82 (approximately 6 miles off the
exit outside Dunn)
Tee times required on weekends and holidays.
Located at 7422 Plainview Highway, Exit 73 off I-95, US 421. Show horse facility with all amenities. Home of World Champion Horses. Indoor and pasture accommodations, RV hook-up. Convenient to hotels.
7422 Plainview Hwy, Dunn
Scenic 5 mile rail corridor that has been transformed into a nature trail for walking, biking and strolling. Trail heads in both downtown Dunn and downtown Erwin. Historic markers are located along the trail as well as restaurants and shops at both ends. Trail crosses the Black River and runs into rural Harnett County.
PO Box 310 Dunn, NC 28335
Trail opened in daylight hours only.
A warehouse full of great bargains.
Exit 73, 7575 Plainview Highway
Open Thursday – Sunday
offers private music instruction for children and adults. Instrumental and vocal instruction is provided by skilled instructors.
110 E. Broad St., Dunn
Saturday October 15th, 2016 at Tart Park Jackson Road, Dunn
Registration at 8:30 am
Walk at 9:00 am
For more information please contact Sara Taylor Brown at 910-891-8102 or email at SBJohnson@commwellhealth.org
Fred’s is committed to helping the community get their prescriptions at a low price. We GUARANTEE to have your prescriptions ready in 15 Min or less! Come in today and check out our newly renovated pharmacy and tons of gift items for any occasion.
710 Erwin Rd, Dunn, NC 28334
Mon – Fri: 8:30 am – 7:00 pm and Sat: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Formerly known as Dunn-Benson Dragstrip, now under new ownership, the strip has seen a complete makeover. Stop in to smell the burning rubber and get in on all the action.
555 Drag Strip Rd, Benson, NC
Home of Dunn native Maj. Gen. William C. Lee, known as the “Father of the US Army Airborne,” who helped develop its concepts and organization. The museum, an early 20th Century neoclassical three-story Revival house, tells Gen. Lee’s life story as well as the story of the early years of the US Army Airborne, and the use of glider planes during WWII. Group tours available.
209 W. Divine Street, Dunn
Monday-Friday 8:30-5pm, Saturday 11am-4pm, and closed Sunday.
Admission is Free
Inspirational books, gift items and church materials.
302 E. Broad St., Dunn
Hours: 10:30am to 6:00pm Monday through Saturday
Gifts, garden, boutique, wholesale. Find the latest styles of your favorite brands such as Vera Bradley, Cotton Colors, Tervis Tumblers, Guy Harvey, Costa Del Mar, Calcutta, Mudpie, Buckhead Betties, Carolina Girls & More! Fabulous Jewelry such as Chamilia, Kameleon, John Medeiros, and John Wind! Shoes ~ Alegria, Danskos, Sanitas, Rainbows, and Sanuks! Santa’s Workshop located upstairs is open Year Round! Want to Personalize your Gift? At Jernigan’s they offer personalization from embroidery to vinyl depending on the item!
1801 W. Cumberland St., Dunn
Mon – Sat: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
This studio is owned and operated by Joanna A. McKethan, SW, WSNC. She also owns Art on Broad Atelier. Her paintings are displayed on site. From commissioned work, to already framed works of art, there are a variety of choices. Classes are also offered for aspiring artists.
217 East Broad Street, Dunn
After attending estate sales, auctions, Yard Sales, Storage Unit Auctions, Flea Markets and basic treasure hunting to bring you items from A to Z it could be new, Vintage, Antique, Used, Hand Made, Or A What Is It item, regardless they have a little bit of it all at this primitive antique shop. Hand Poured Soy Candles & Other Needful Items.
Downtown Dunn at 109 N. Wilson Ave., Dunn
Tue – Fri: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm and Sat: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Lillypad’s is a Baby, Children’s, Junior’s and Maternity Boutique & Consignment store. We also carry new Capezio Dance items, Pediped shoes, L’amour shoes, Squeaky Shoes, Smock children clothing such as Peaches n Cream, Molly & Millie, Mom & Me, Molly Pop, Three Sisters and more. Hairbows, Diaper Bags, Baby Gifts, Duffel bags and much more.
1121 W. Broad St., Dunn
Mon.-Friday 10am-7pmSat 9am – 4pm
Designer pocketbooks, locally made soaps, Massages, ear candling, gluten free foods, vitamins, fresh fruit smoothies and more.
Railroad Ave. in downtown Dunn
Monday-Thursday 11:30am-5pm and Friday 11:30am-4pm
A designer resale boutique featuring high-end named attire and jewelry.
708 W. Cumberland St., Dunn
Hours Mon – Fri: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm and Sat: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Privately owned, Oak Grove Plantation is a beautiful 3 story home was taken over as a Union Hospital. A make shift operating room was set up in the main parlor, where many young men lost a limb or two and even their lives. The house was under severe attack which is evidenced by the bullet and canon ball holes still visible after 150 years. The new owners invite you to take a tour, sit down, share a meal, and stroll back through time. If you like Civil War history you will fall in love with Oak Grove.
8640 Burnett Rd., Godwin
Visit the site where the “Pentecostal Church Movement” began in the South.
Two blocks south of Highway 421 on N. Wilson Street, Dunn
Offering unique gifts and everything to decorate a home or office.
120 E. Broad Street in downtown Dunn.
Mon – Friday: 9am- 5pm
Rhodes Pond was built in the 1700’s by a dam crossing the Black River. Now owned by the NC Wildlife Commission, it served as a gristmill and saw mill, which became a hub for settlement. It has also been the site of a cotton gin, turpentine distillery, post office, tourist court, gas station, and restaurant. Today Rhodes Pond is a favorite spot for fishing, canoeing, photography, and sunsets. The lake encompasses 460 acres of tea-colored water filled with bright lilies, beavers, and enormous groves of cypress. The Black River is the heart of Rhodes Pond, feeding it continually with both wildlife and a large variety of fish native to the river. The remains of the old mill site and dam are intact. You can fish, picnic, canoe, hike and more. It has a new boat ramp with a floating dock. The NC Wildlife Commission is also in the process of building a fishing pier to include handicap accessibility. Open daily and free to the public.
US 301, Exit 71, off I-95, five miles south of Dunn
(919) 707-0150 (NC Wildlife Commission)
A consignment thrift shop with a multitude of vendors on site offering lots to see!
107 S. Sampson Street Dunn, NC 28334
Winter Hours: Mon – Sat: 10am – 5:30pm Sun: 12-5:30pm
Summer Hours: Mon – Sat: 10am – 6pm Sun: 12-6pm
1406 W. Cumberland St., Dunn
Mon – Sat: 9:30am – 4:30pm
18 hole, par 72, 6379 yard regulation course. Rated 69.6 with slope range of 113.
211 Club House Drive, Dunn
Open 7 days a week.
A 27 stall, 40 acre premier horse facility located in Dunn, NC. We have 2 show-size lighted outdoor arenas, extensive trails, and 9 turnout pastures. Our services include boarding, riding lessons, carriage rides, sales, training, and leasing.
Hwy 301 North, Dunn, NC 28335
Music shows and plays. Remodeled Movie Theatre with Stage.
114 N Wilson Avenue, Dunn
Call for programs and performance dates and times.
Over 1500 square feet of open warehouse with lots to see! Something for everyone.
102 West Divine Street, Dunn
Mon – Sat: 10am – 7pm Sun: 12 – 7pm
Offering a selection of high fashion jewelry, handbags, wallets, lace wigs and Remy hair, and beaded jewelry handcrafted by Tammy. Also carry aroma fragrances and warmers.
118 N. Wilson Ave., Dunn
Mon – Sat: 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
There’s nothing better than a good cup o’ joe in the morning. Or the afternoon. Or even in the evening. Located in the Historic district of Downtown Dunn, this locally owned shop has true Southern hospitality. We offer coffee, espresso, Republic of Tea products, edibles, antiques and gifts.
Hours – Monday – Friday 7 am – 5 pm; Saturday 8 am – 3 pm
108 N. Wilson Ave
Dunn, NC 28334
Presenting Amish-made oak and pine furniture, gift baskets, wreaths, candles, soap factory on site, coffee bar and so much more.
1.5 miles off Exit 73, I-95 on US 421, 1401 West Cumberland Street in downtown Dunn.
A Neoclassical Revival house with a full-height portico was built in 1908 – 1909 as an exact replica of the North Carolina building at the Jamestown Tri-centennial Exposition in Jamestown, VA. The home is on the National Register of Historic places and maintained by the Dunn Woman’s Club.
402 S. Layton Avenue in Dunn’s historic section.
For group tours, contact Mary Pope
A third generation Independent Pharmacy serving the community for over 60 years. FlavorRx available. Money Orders, Western Union, greeting cards, candy, drinks, large collegiate section, and gifts from jewelry to personalized items.
609 E. Cumberland St., Dunn
Antiques, Chalk paint, Shabby Chic, & Boutique, Vintage Wedding Rentals
7390 Plainview Hwy., Dunn
Several retail shops located in one shopping strip mall. Located on Cumberland Street.
Personal training facility specializing in cross-fit. Also offering nutrition, weightlifting, personal training classes, small groups, weight loss, women’s fitness, athletes, seniors, functional fitness, running, kids fitness, and yoga.
215 W Edgerton St., Dunn
(910) 984-7083 (Andrew Pope)
Musical and drama productions all year.
Campbell University on 143 Main Street, Lillington, NC
(910) 893-1495 (Music Programs)
(910) 893-1509 (Drama Programs)
Call for programs and performance dates and times.
Located in Lillington on the historic Cape Fear River, they provide canoe and Kayak rentals for river trips, individuals and groups. The boat rentals are hourly, daily and overnight trips. The business is open all year round Monday through Sunday, daylight hours. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or look them up on visit the website at www.capefearadventures.com.
100 South Main Street, Lillington
The world’s largest water skiing school with 10 private lakes spread out over
hundreds of acres of natural countryside. Learn to water ski or wakeboard.
60 Coble Lakes Estate
Browse through over 100 Classic Cars in a 35,000 sq ft showroom. Classic, Antique, and Muscle cars on display.
Hwy 421, Lillington
Monday – Friday from 9 am until 5 pm and on Saturday from 9 am until 2pm.
Located nine miles west of Lillington, less than 10 minutes from Raven Rock State Park. The museum takes you back almost 100 years to the very roots of the Scouting movement. Contains memorabilia of Scouting pioneers and heroes.
Leaflet Church Road, Lillington
(910) 814-2955. 2210
Open to the public by appointment only.
The Heart of Harnett Playhouse welcomes you to join and share your talent as producing outstanding Broadway musicals, dramas, and mysteries.
Old Lillington School auditorium
900 11th St, Lillington, NC 27546
Call for programs and performance dates and times.
The church was charted in 1811 and built in 1845-46 and is maintained in its original architectural design without alterations. The adjoining cemetery contains the grave of a mysterious stranger found dead on the steps of the church. Since that time the church doors have never been locked.
Off US 421, three miles SW of Lillington
(910) 893-3571 (Lillington Chamber of Commerce)
Open to the public.
Keith Hills is a 27-hole golf facility located in Buies Creek, NC. Owned and operated by Campbell University. Home of the PGA Golf Management and Fighting Camel Golf Teams.
100 Keith Hills Road, Lillington near Campbell University
An 18-hole regulation length golf course, this medium-length layout has 3 sets of tee
boxes for a fun, but challenging golfing experience. Online tee times may be
available at Pine Burr Golf or at nearby golf courses, usually offered at a discount
from the normal rate.
2500 US 401 South, Lillington
A North Carolina State Park featuring an immense crystalline structure that rises 150 feet and stretches for more than a mile along the Cape Fear River. Experience the beauty and nature of Raven Rock through hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, camping, picnicking and studying nature.
9 miles west of Lillington (Signs direct you off US 421 East)
Lodging – www.ncparks.gov
Hours: November – February 8 a.m. 6 p.m.; March, October 8 am – 7 pm;
April, May, September 8 am – 8 pm; June – August 8 am – 9 pm.