African American Cultural Center

Exit 19

Collection of artifacts and paintings/photographs. Contributions and accomplishments of local African Americans are highlighted. Facility has a kitchen and can accommodate up to 100 people, and also used as a distribution center in disaster relief. Call between 9am to 5pm for an appointment.

Annual Book ‘Em NC Writers Conference and Book Fair

Exit 22

This nationally recognized, award-winning event brings in over 75 authors whom are expected to participate in book signings, talks and panel discussions. The event is free and open to the public. All ages are encouraged to attend. There will be authors with children’s books as well as authors from a large variety of genres: mystery/suspense, romance, historical, non-fiction, and much more. Meet and greet some of your favorite authors, get autographs and purchase their books. For more information visit the website at www.bookemnc.org Writers...

Biggs Park Mall

Exit 20

Premiere shopping mall destination in Robeson County North Carolina. Located right off I-95, we serve Lumberton and the surrounding area.

Bill Sapp Recreation Center

Exit 20

Playground and other outdoor equipment is on site. Offers several rental facilities: Teen Room, Gym, Activity Room,  McMillian’s Beach, and J.P. Moore Gym.  Please call (910) 671-3979 for rental information. Information for regarding rental of park facilities and locations of parks in the city is listed on the City of Lumberton website.

Border Belt Farmers Museum and Welcome Center

Exit 10

Early tobacco warehouse artifacts and farming equipment are on display in this converted Atlantic Coastline Railway Depot. Look at the early years of other Robeson County industries such as railway, timber and turpentine with exhibits on tobacco, cotton and other products of Robeson County.

Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater

Exit 19

On the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the League of Historic American Theatres, the Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is one of downtown Lumberton’s most historic landmarks. Built in 1928 as a movie palace, it was saved from destruction by concerned citizens of Robeson County. The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is available for rental for special events or productions and offers special rates for nonprofits. Located in the heart of historic downtown Lumberton, the Carolina Civic Center facility opened...

Cukabury Farms

Exit 17

Cukabury Farms LLC offers a facility to that will seat 100 people, additional space on the porch, a pavilion, bridal suite, lots of perks for weddings, family reunions, church meetings, bridal showers, birthday parties, etc.  Tents are optional.  No alcohol permitted. Additionally, Cukabury Farms offers seasonal events:  Light Show and Santa in December, Easter Egg Hunts and activities in the Spring and a Corn Maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides, etc. in the fall.  Strawberries and other produce are available in season.

Disc Golf

Exit 17

Disc Golf course is located at Luther Britt Park. Call 910-827-1000 for additional information.

Dr. Raymond B. Pennington Athletic Complex (formerly Northeast Park)

Exit 22

Dr. Raymond B. Pennington Athletic Complex, host site for the 2018 Dixie Youth Baseball World series, and host site for the inaugural D2 Dixie Youth World Series in 2019, is a 140 acre park that is a state of the art athletic complex featuring six baseball/softball fields, five batting cages, a scoring tower, two concessions stands; two regulation football/soccer fields, .75 mile walking trail, two picnic shelters, one large play unit, plus an open space area with shade trees for family fun. The complex is open daily from sun rise to sunset for...

Exploration Station

Exit 20

Hands-on interactive learning center. Available for rent for parties or children’s classes. Children can play doctor, milk a cow, put on a play, dress like a fireman, do crafts, etc. There is a play area for infants designed to help them develop their minds, even at just a few months of age. We follow social distancing of 6 feet or more and masks are required for 5 years and up. We strongly encourage that masks be worn by children under 5 years of age. Fees: $5.00 per child, $3.00 per adult, registered members are free. Monday:...

Fairmont Golf Club

Exit 10

Fairmont Golf Club is located five miles off I-95 on the Southeastern edge of Fairmont North Carolina only one hour from Pinehurst and a little over an hour to the North and South Carolina Beaches including Myrtle. Originally opened in 1963 under the name of Flag Tree Golf Club, the course was designed by legendary golf architect Porter Gibson. The clubhouse features a well-stocked pro shop and a Pub/Grill.

Fishing Areas

Exit 17

Luther Britt Memorial Park, 671 Branch St., Lumberton, NC,  28358,  910-827-1000  Exit 17 Lowery’s Fishing Farm, 2189 NC 710 South, Rowland, NC, 28382, 910-734-2688 Lumber River State Park, 2819 Princess Ann Rd., Orrum, NC, 910-628-4564 Jones Lake State Park, 4117, Hwy 242 North, Elizabethtown, NC, 28337, 910-588-4550 Little Pee Dee State Park, 298 State Park Rd., Dillon. SC 29536, 843-774-8872 Fishing areas were identified and recommended by Recreation & Parks, Lumberton.

Givens Performing Arts Center

Exit 17

The Givens Performing Arts Center continues to uphold its reputation as one of the southeast region’s premier destinations for arts, culture and entertainment. A reputation we are proud of as we offer something for everyone.  Mission Statement  The mission of the Givens Performing Arts Center is to enhance and enrich the cultural development of the university and its constituency in the region by offering a diversified selection of multi-disciplinary arts experiences. The Givens Performing Arts Center is committed to the promotion...

Historic Downtown

Exit 19

Visit our lovely plaza area with a water feature, a metal art feature by a local artist, a mural, an alley with art windows by local artists, outdoor stage for concerts, benches for relaxing and the Downtown Riverwalk is only a block away. Additional interests include a photography studio, antiques, a men’s clothing store, restaurants, banks and more.

Historic Downtown Stroll

Exit 19

The Downtown Riverwalk is a short trail along the banks of the Lumber River with beautiful fencing and a viewing platform. One block East is the plaza with a water feature, metal sculpture, alley with paintings and benches for relaxing. Take a photo pretending to be a butterfly.  Continue through the alley to view a mural illustrating flora and fauna, daylilies, a blue heron and the Lumber River.  Another block away, visit the Robeson County History Museum at 101 South Elm Street. 

Inner Peace Center For The Arts

Exit 19

IPCA presents a diverse range of high quality exhibitions, lecturesand programs, including educational offerings and special events toRobeson County and the surrounding communities. These exhibitions, lectures and programs provide youth and community members withimportant insights into the visual and performing arts while learning about the creative processes. Inner Peace strives to become a recognized cultural hub and authority for cultural enrichment through visual and performing art, while being widely renown for excellence in creative programming,...

Locklear Vineyard and Winery

Exit 13 B

 This has been a family venture from the beginning and we have done all the labor, design and layout ourselves, with nothing more than the desire to achieve. Together we took a small part of the farm and planted Muscadine vines and converted an old storage building into the wine production facility, which also houses the retail wine store.  Additional wines are available such as peach, blueberry & strawberry.  Visit the website below for a listing for purchase of all the wines.  The winery is approximately 30 minutes...

Lumber River State Park

Exit 13 A

State Park on the Lumber River. A favorite for fishermen and naturalists, the Lumber River meanders through the area and is a popular way to enjoy the scenery. It has been designated a National Wild and Scenic River by the National Park Service. On a national wild and scenic river, Lumber River State Park is all about eastern North Carolina paddling, fishing and exquisite scenery. The Princess Ann and Chalk Banks access areas anchor two ends of the riverine park, with tent-friendly campgrounds, group campsites, picnic grounds and short hiking...

Lumberton Bowling Center

Exit 20

Club and recreational bowling. Food bar and Grill inside, a local favorite for tacos, hotdogs and lots more!  Menu posted on website. Private room available for parties. Seniors and church groups welcome.

Lumberton Regional Airport

Exit 17

Lumberton Regional Airport is ready for traffic! The new, modern airport terminal includes an operations center, pilot’s lounge with full restroom facilities, a large conference room with adjacent serving kitchen designed for corporate business meetings, public restrooms, computer weather stations with full internet service, and an auxiliary generator and automatic transfer switch for backup power.  Other recent upgrades to the airport include the addition of LED lighting and a ramp/taxiway project which elevates the access ramp’s weight...

Lumberton Visitors Bureau

Exit 20

Coupons are available!  Receive $20 off a one night stay in our hotels, conveniently located along the I-95 corridor.  Some restrictions apply.  Come and see our display of arts and crafts by local artists. Pottery, paintings, Native crafts, exciting information about local happenings as well as information about our great North Carolina.

Luther Britt Park

Exit 17

Considered to be “Lumberton’s Best Kept Secret.” Beautiful 142 acre park that offers swimming, boating, fishing, a paved walking/bike trail around part of the lake near the Lumber River and more.

Painted Pony Vineyards

Exit 20

Painted Pony Vineyards and Estate is a place for modern romance. A hidden gem of true beauty; a place to share a relaxed, intimate gathering with style. Nestled on a 64 acre working farm located in Southeastern North Carolina, it is comprised of an outdoor chapel, two reception locations, a moon deck, a cabin, bride and groom suites, a pasture with standard horses, miniature horses, goats, a donkey, fields and woods, and of course the vineyards. If you would like more information in regards to our wine selection or signature grape juice, message...

Pine Crest Country Club and Golf Course

Exit 17

Amenities include a fully-stocked Golf Shop, driving range, practice putting green, locker rooms, clubhouse with snack bar, banquet and dining facilities. Beautiful 18 hole championship golf course designed by Donald Ross and Dick Wilson.

Red Springs Historical Museum

Exit 20

Displays include early family life, education, military, farming, baseball and medical/dental businesses. Open Tuesday and Sunday 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Take exit 20 and travel west on Hwy. 211 approximately 11 miles. For appointments or special tours, call 910-843-4654.

River Walk/Bike Trail at Luther Britt Park

Exit 17

River Walk is a paved pedestrian/bicycle river trail with scenic views of the Lumber River.   The trail extends around the lake at Luther Britt Park and provides a quiet atmosphere, ideal for bird watching.  River Walk  can be accessed from the Luther Britt Park entrance at 671 Branch Street.  The trail ends and is approximately 1.5 miles from beginning to end or 3 miles, including the return trip.