Shopping

Shopping In Greater Fayetteville 

Shopping Greater FayettevilleResidents and visitors to Fayetteville and Cumberland County find plenty of shopping opportunities. Cross Creek Mall has remained the epicenter of Fayetteville’s shopping corridor – today boasting more than 140 stores, eateries and businesses.  Cross Creek mall is surrounded by scores of stores to entice shopping afficianados. 

Downtown Fayetteville, Hope Mills and Spring Lake also offer interesting shops, restaurants and fun places to explore. 

Read below for shopping updates from Cumberland County.  For a complete list of stores in the community, head to VisitFayettevilleNC.com

Shop, Eat & Play

shop eat play
When planning a day out shopping, I search for places where I can shop, eat and play with family or friends. As Cumberland County continues to expand and build, we’re seeing more shopping centers pop up everywhere, but two of Fayetteville’s mainstays consistently bring me back. Westwood Shopping Center, conveniently situated across from Cross Creek Mall, offers shoppers 60+ stores where families may… [...]

Places to Gather with Friends & Family

places to gather
As the Christmas carol reminds us, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Whether you’re hosting out-of-town guests or visiting Cumberland County during the holidays, we’re sharing some warm, inviting places to gather with friends and family. Make yourself at home in a local coffee house. Plan a party at a countryside venue. Introduce your guests to one of our new breweries. These are a few of our go-… [...]

Cumberland County’s Shopping Treasures

My mother-in-law is that person who starts her Christmas shopping in July and has her entire house decorated no later than Thanksgiving. And then there’s me, the procrastinator type who starts panicking a week out from Christmas. This year, I’m determined to take my cues from my MIL and scout out shopportunities to get a jump-start on Santa’s list. There’s one thing I know for sure about Cumberland County… [...]

Lafayette’s Birthday Bash

lafayette celebration
If you have seen or even heard the buzz around Broadway’s popular musical Hamilton, you might already know a thing or two about “America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman,” the Marquis de Lafayette. Fayetteville was the first U.S. city named for this French Revolutionary War hero, and it also holds the distinction of being the only namesake city Lafayette visited. When our fair townspeople welcomed this h… [...]

Market Days

farmers market
How far are you willing to drive to find freshly harvested blueberries, to snatch up a bushel of sweet corn, or to pick out the perfect heirloom tomatoes? Mid-summer, farms in the Sandhills region are at the peak of the growing season, and their harvest is plentiful. These four markets are the locals’ go-to spots for the freshest produce, as well as enriching cultural experiences. You don’t have to drive fa… [...]

A 1-Day Tour Itinerary for Fayetteville

tour ideas
The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) recently hosted a group of eight bloggers/influencers from SoFluential for the SoFay17 Tour, highlighting some of the best of Fayetteville to these visitors. In one day here, this group of women hit 10 attractions, restaurants, and shops. Whether you are looking for tour ideas for yourself or your guests, this group’s itinerary is a spl… [...]

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