102 East Boulevard
Williamston, NC 27892
Phone: (252) 792-8400
Fax: (252) 809-4800
Spread ove 0.5 acres (0.20 hectares) of land, the Jamesville Primitive Baptist Church and Cemetery is historic church. This site is also known as the Jamesville Woman's Club, as it said that the church is made up of the Woman's Club Association. This association was formed in order to make sure that the beauty of this structure was maintained and well preserved, and even the cemetery.
The Bradford Creek Golf Course is a well maintained golf course and is an ideal place for amateurs and experts alike. The course is adorned with picturesque beauty of the grassy expanse, ponds and streams. It also boasts of good amenities for its visitors.
Overlooking the Pamlico River, Festival Park opened its doors in 2012 to the public. It is set beside the North Carolina Estuarium and features picnic spots, Papa's Playground, a maritime themed zone for kids and a performance space. This scenic park regularly hosts movies in the park, outdoor concerts and festivals. It also has amusement rides on special occasions.
The River Park North in Greenville, is a beautiful park that can be enjoyed by nature lovers. With a good atmosphere and scenic surroundings, the park is home to a variety of flora and fauna. A good spot for picnics, the park also offers several recreational possibilities of fishing, kayaking and canoeing.
House of the Governor David Stone, the Historic Hope Plantation takes you back to the early 19th Century era. Here, you get to explore architecture, furnishings and objects that speak volumes about the rural life. Managed by the Historic Hope Foundation, this plantation welcomes visitors and offers tours too.
All riding enthusiasts will surely have a gala time at the Extreme Park. It features ramps of all difficulty levels. It is a popular spot for a lot of expert riders. You can also enjoy in-line skating, hockey and skateboarding here.
Enjoy local shows at the amphitheater in Town Common. It is a lovely park with good amenities. One can enjoy recreational activities like fishing and boating. The park also has a well marked walking trail.
The Elm Street Park is an ideal place to spend a nice afternoon. The park has well marked walking trails for nature enthusiasts. It also features baseball fields for those who are up for a game or two. Grab your picnic basket and head to the dedicated picnic spaces for a lovely time!
For nature enthusiasts, the Phil Carroll Nature Preserve is a treat! Find the local flora and fauna at this reserve. Bird watchers can spot a variety of native birds here.
The Thomas Foreman Park is a fantastic park in Greenville that offers a lot to do for people of all ages. Right from basket ball courts to tennis courts, baseball fields, gymnasium, children's playing area, softball fields and picnic spaces, the park is well equipped with good amenities.
Take your little ones to the Dream Park and see them have fun in the kids play area as you relax in the picnic shelters on a quiet afternoon. Admission to the park is free and it is a lovely place to get away from the noisy city life.
The Guy Smith Park offers its visitors good amenities as it features picnic shelters and tables and baseball fields. Enjoy a quiet afternoon at the park, soaking in the lush greenery in the surroundings or play a game or two with a bunch of friends!