Cumberland County Thanks
WWII Veterans

This December will mark the 75th anniversary since Pearl Harbor Day and when the United States entered World War II. With almost 500 WWII veterans passing away each day, the number of surviving veterans is now less than 800,000. For these reasons, the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) has coordinated with the communities of Cumberland County to honor the “Greatest Ge… [...]

America’s Hometown Happenings:
September 9 – 11

Last month we shared with you “How Fayetteville Throws a Party,” about the 10th Annual Lafayette Birthday Celebration planned for September 9 and 10. There are yet a few more unique opportunities to learn the history of the greater Fayetteville area this weekend. Whether you choose to hop on a horse-drawn carriage downtown, watch history come to life on a Civil War battlefield or take a historic hike thro… [...]

America’s Hometown Happenings: August 5 – 7

As the residents of Cumberland County already know, “going to the market” does not have to involve spending a Saturday morning at a big box store. Two large farmers markets here offer locals and visitors alike great alternatives to the normal weekend shopping experience. One will take you to downtown Fayetteville and the other to the Town of Spring Lake, but either one is worth adding to the Saturday to-do… [...]

America’s Hometown Happenings:
July 29 – 31

Every day this weekend offers outdoor adventurers and nature enthusiasts a unique opportunity to pursue physical activity at a few superb spots around Cumberland County. From a moth hunt to dog day to yoga practice, this weekend is sure to keep folks of all ages engaged in activity and adventure in the greater Fayetteville area. Moth Night is a perfect reason to venture out to the park after dark. J. Bayard… [...]

Pursue Family

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.  ZipQuest Waterfall a… [...]

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