Goldsborough Bridge Battlefield is located on 32 acres of the original 1862 battlefield site. The rail fenced parking area contains a Civil War Trails historical marker which details some of the events of Foster’s Raid and the Battle of Goldsborough Bridge. An informational kiosk provides visitors with battlefield maps and further information. Walking trails surround the cultivated field which Confederate troops crossed during their bloody counterattack against the Union rear guard. These trails take visitors to eight additional historical markers and a granite monument where specific events of the battle are detailed. Two sets of well preserved earthworks may be viewed, as well as the site of the Wilmington & Weldon Railroad Bridge, the objective of the Union army. There are no restaurant or bathroom facilities on the battlefield but several fast food and convenience stores are located within easy walking and driving distance.