Before I got down here, everyone gave me the nasty face about coming to Camp Lejeune, NC, but most of those people were from large cities so I can understand that compared to having a zoo or nightclubs and excessive shopping and art galleries down the street, this is an improvement from having 2 stoplights in my town and driving at least 45 minutes for good shopping. I'm used to trying to get creative for new things to do.
So if you are at Camp Lejeune, and of the drinking age, which 50% of the people are not here, you have to go to the Duplin Winery. (With a DD of course, Arrive Alive!) I had no idea North Carolina was such a wine country! And this place is the leader of the pack. I had a tour of the facility from one of the guys who started the company, and he then did lots of wine tasting, and then had a light early dinner, which I like to call linner (like brunch but lunch/dinner).