2139 North Marine Boulevard
Jacksonville, NC 28540
Phone: (910) 938-0800
Fax: (910) 938-1106
The first public library in Onslow County, this library was established in 1936 and is filled with a wide selection of books, magazines, and reference books plus offers a variety of special programs and activities for children.
One of the most poignant houses in the Jacksonville, the Pelletier House is touted to be the oldest remaining structure in the region. It stands stern on the picturesque site and dates back to the 1850s. It is an architecturally brilliant house that has immense use of white in its color. The structure is a superb depiction of the Greek Revival style of architecture. It has also been registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
A beautiful ten acre park that offers exhibits of over 50 different animals including exotic birds, land mammals, hoofed stock, and waterfowl.
This family amusement facility includes a miniature golf course, a driving range, baseball and softball batting cages, and bumper cars. The golf course is lighted for night play and golf lessons are available.
Grace Episcopal Church was established in 1885, and is one of the earliest places of worship in Trenton. Though the church building is modest in size, it features striking architectural details, and is a well-maintained part of the city's history.
Spread over a land area of 160,000 acres (64,749 hectares) Croatan National Forest is home to saltwater estuaries, pine forests, pocosins and bogs. Croatan National Forest in surrounded by the Bogue Sound and tidal rivers on its three sides and the forest area is marked by water. This water offers a range of wildlife and recreation activities. Wildlife spotted at Croatan National Forest include alligators, ospreys, wading brids, turkeys, black beers, deers and many more. Its saltwater marshes and blackwater creeks are popular among fishing and canoeing lovers. Prominent landmarks of Croatan National Forest include Neuse River, Long Point, Oyster Point, Great Lake, Cedar Point, Patsy Pond, Siddie Fields and Catfish Lake.