Lake Rim Park & Recreation Center

Whether you want to take a stroll on the one-mile border trail through the wetlands to Bones Creek, play a game of soccer with friends, or have a family picnic, Lake Rim Park offers something for everyone.

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Downtown Fayetteville

From the historical buildings and cobblestone sidewalks of Hay Street to the eclectic array of art galleries and unique eateries, downtown is the epicenter of Fayetteville’s history and culture. Plan a personalized walking tour for your group and explore all the things downtown has to offer.

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Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum

From Native American trails to steamboats and trains, explore the importance of the early trade communities and the development of the plank road system that connected Fayetteville to other towns throughout NC.

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Family Traditions to Remember

Planning your next family reunion? The FACVB is here to help. Our services are sure to take away your frustrations of deciding where to stay, what to eat, and what to do. Fayetteville is the perfect place to reconnect, reaffirm, and rejoice! We also offer a variety of free planning services to assist with your reunion:

  • Proposals/Site Selection Visits
  • Special Event Coordination
  • Attendance Building Resources
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Community Press

Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno at Fayetteville Comic Con




 

 

 

Mark your Calendars!  The third annual Fayetteville Comic Con(FCC), held October 21-22, offers an impressive line-up of special guests, artists, cosplayers, collectibles, contests and more.  “We are pleased to expand our offerings again in 2017,” says planner Michael Chaudhuri. “In fact, this year, we’ve got artists and guests contacting us to appear at our con and we have the Incredible Hulk!”

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Travel to Cumberland County Generated over $525 million in 2016


According to figures released by Visit North Carolina this week, domestic travel to Cumberland County generated over $525 million in expenditures in 2016 – a 4.21% increase from 2015.  

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