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Kinston, North Carolina — This city of about 23,000 residents allows visitors the opportunity to relive the nation's Civil and Revolutionary wars through its many historic sites. The day can begin with a visit to the site of the First Battle of Kinston (1862), the Battle of Wyse Fork (1865) and the CSS Neuse Museum. Tourists might also enjoy the nearby Richard Caswell Museum, which commemorates the state's first elected governor, Revolutionary War hero and signer of both the Declaration and Independence and United States Constitution. Sports enthusiasts can visit the Kinston Drag Strip or watch a Kinston Indians baseball game. Those who prefer their entertainment on the "wet" side can enjoy a day along the Neuse River, Tull's Mill Pond, the West Water Park or the Pepsi Splash Pad. The city even sports an 18-hole disc golf course. Kinston is located in Lenoir County about 27 miles from the City of Goldsboro, NC.
Smithfield, North Carolina — This town of about 13,000 residents is the seat of Johnston County and the home of Johnston Community College, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. Johnston Community College has a history of innovation including the nation's first truck driver training school. The school also owns and manages the 2,800-acre Howell Woods Nature Preserve, and its performing arts series attracts local, state and nationally-known performers. Smithfield's downtown area is home to the Ava Gardner Museum, which honors the town's most famous resident. It is also home to the Neuse River Little Theatre, a community theatre that has been in operation since 1974. Tourists from throughout the South shop at Carolina Premium Outlets, a collection of 80 outlet stores offering savings on name-brand merchandise. Smithfield is located in Johnston County, bordering the Town of Selma. It is about 23 miles from the City of Goldsboro.
Selma, North Carolina — In the late 1990s, town leaders decided to revitalize Selma by promoting it as a center for antique shopping. As a result, visitors to the town of about 7,500 residents will find more than 100,000 square feet of antique shops and specialty craft stores (such as a blacksmith shop, a handmade soap maker and a quilt store) in the renovated "Uptown Antique District." To further promote the area as a haven for antiquing, local antique dealers jointly play host to the annual East Coast Antique Show and Sale each October. But there is more to the town than antiques. Selma, NC gives a nod to its railroad heritage through its Amtrak service, available at Mitchener Station, (circa 1855), which may be the oldest surviving train station in North Carolina. Passengers can await the train in a renovated 1924 passenger depot. Visitors can cap off their trip to Selma with a visit to the musical-variety show "The American Music Jubilee" in the renovated Rudy Theatre. Selma, NC is located in Johnston County about 23 miles from the City of Goldsboro.
Note: All population estimates based on the 2008 US Census estimates, unless otherwise indicated
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