1. Louisburg Junior College
2. Historic Person Place
3. Greenhill Place
4. Monument to the first Confederate Flag sewn and flown here first on the banks of the Tar River
5. River Bend Park
6. Drive down main street to look at the many old homes
7. Sport Parachute Center outside of town
8. Larel Mill historic site
9. Ride down East River Road and then down Mort Harris/Sledge road and simply look at the hills and scenery, at the end of East river road take a left and go to the first road to the right, then turn around and come back down the road you were just on and look to the diagonal right and you will see ridges that are miles away. Keep going down this road all the way till it ends into highway 98. keep looking as the scenery is beautiful (last major scenic point is Tar River Canyon.
10. Casine Plantation...Colonial...Britsh Major from the French and Indian War settled outside of Louisburg and built a beautiful home that has been kept up ever since
History...Culturally, Revolutionary war, Methodist denominational history, Civil War history, Indian History, etc...
201 Sandalwood Ave, Louisburg, NC 27549
Good for: Couples
Go to the Angus Junction on Bickett Blvd across from the armory. Excellent food.
As for the town there is much colonial and War for Southern Independence history. Also the Junior College is the oldest in the US and second oldest in all of North America.
Fondest memory: I live here and my home is out in the country overlooking a 6 acre pond.