Tracking Our Patriots

War Heroes Cumberland County
While the communities of Cumberland County honor veterans this month, visitors to the area are eager to learn more about the many historic sites and military monuments that honor some of our war heroes. The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) offers the Patriots, Past & Present Trail as an online guide for visiting history hounds. The 29 places on this handy driving trail ta… [...] “Tracking Our Patriots”

America’s Hometown Happenings: August 12 – 14

August 16 is celebrated as National Airborne Day, remembering the day in 1940 when 48 soldiers became the first paratroopers of the U.S. Army’s Test Parachute Platoon. That jump launched an entirely new approach to combat that would set apart the U.S. Army’s airborne forces. Seventy-six years later, U.S. paratroopers are still “throwing themselves out of perfectly good airplanes,” but nowhere more s… [...] “America’s Hometown Happenings: August 12 – 14”

On the Trail of ‘All-American’ History

To help visitors learn about Cumberland County’s multi-faceted military roots, the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau brings history to life on the Patriots Past & Present Trail. Of the 24 attractions and points of interest on this 90-mile driving trail, there are a few that focus specifically on the history of Fort Bragg’s airborne forces. For those interested in military histo… [...] “On the Trail of ‘All-American’ History”

Pursue Friendship

The Fayetteville area is home to the U.S. Army’s most populous base, Fort Bragg. The community wears this distinction proudly, and shows its appreciation by actively pursuing the freedoms that those soldiers protect. During your visit, experience the area like a local – from parks and museums to breweries and zip lines – and relish in the excitement that’s found around every turn.  The annual 5-kilomet… [...] “Pursue Friendship”

Pursue Freedom

Outdoor Recreation
The Fayetteville area is home to the U.S. Army’s most populous base, Fort Bragg. The community wears this distinction proudly, and shows its appreciation by actively pursuing the freedoms that those soldiers protect. During your visit, experience the area like a local – from parks and museums to breweries and zip lines – and relish in the excitement that’s found around every turn. Choose your team, the g… [...] “Pursue Freedom”

Your Passport to Cumberland County

Looking for something to do with your visitors? Want to keep the kids entertained during their vacation? Want to learn more about Fayetteville and Cumberland County? The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) has a tool that can help. The free “Passport to America’s Hometown” guides users to key sites in the community. Upon visiting each location, passport holders receive a uniqu… [...] “Your Passport to Cumberland County”

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