The 244 acres of Franklinton Center at Bricks are perfect for walking or hiking around the tree-laden grounds, holding outdoor sessions, or for meditation and prayer. The landscape includes breathtaking views, trails, an outdoor stage, large fire-pit, remembrance platform near magnolia tree, a creek, picnic areas, and a short drive away an antebellum slave cemetery.
Picnic tables around the campus have been used for impromptu discussions, breakout sessions, weddings and reunions.
If you are considering using Franklinton Center at Bricks for a gathering, please submit a reservation request.
Around Pool (Pool is currently closed)
Young Arbor/Herb Garden
Water Accessed Camping Platforms (Reservations through Tar-Pamilco Water Trail)
Additional Items (available at a cost)
If you are considering renting additional equipment in our area, reach out to Best Rentals (252) 446-6678.
Franklinton Center at Bricks (FCAB) builds upon the lessons of history by creating forward looking programs that are relevant to the global struggle for justice and equality. FCAB has a rich and varied past, with many names and uses. Today it is a conference center where local, regional, national and international justice advocates, leaders and truth seekers continue to learn and do the work needed to transform lives. Your generous contributions support the life of Franklinton Center at Bricks and our community.