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Something for everyone. It’s a simple concept, but one that describes the retail scene in Fayetteville.

On the town

From outdoor concerts and festivals to art galleries and theatrical productions, Fayetteville has lots of ways to entertain you. Whether it’s a family outing or an evening with out-of-town …

Festive times

From dogwood blooms to the Indigo Moon, cultural narratives to family heritage, festivals and fairs, there’s a lot to celebrate in life.

Food & Drink

Foodie ’Ville

As one of the country’s most culturally diverse cities, Fayetteville offers a melting pot of cultures from its variety of restaurants, cafés and food trucks.

What’s on tap?

Beer lovers, you’re in luck. Fayetteville has no shortage of craft beer outlets to quench your thirst.

2023 Summer Camp Guide


Campbell University STEM Camps: 143 Main St., Buies Creek. Students participate in activities with faculty and staff in the college of pharmacy and health sciences and the school of engineering. …

Arts, Music, Performing Arts

ARTS, MUSIC, PERFORMING ARTS Methodist University Summer Jam!: 5400 Ramsey St. The camp is open to musicians ages 11-18 of all experience levels. July 10-15. For more information, contact Linda …


ATHLETICS Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks and Recreation youth sports camps fcpr.us/programs-activities/summer-camps Basketball camp at Westover Recreation Center: Skills, drills and …

Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation

FAYETTEVILLE-CUMBERLAND PARKS & RECREATION Summer Day Camp: For children who have completed kindergarten through age 12, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, May 30-Aug. 18, at the following …

General Interest

GENERAL INTEREST Camp Dixie: 373 Bladen Union Church Road. Age-appropriate activities include music, crafts, hiking, swimming, sports and life skills. Weekly in June and July for grades 2-12. …


Cape Fear Botanical Garden: 536 Eastern Blvd. Outdoor exploration, art projects, science experiments, and games in a mix of one-day and week long camps. Space is limited; register at …

Sports & Recreation

Mustangs bring indoor football back to Fayetteville

The Fayetteville Mustangs made quite a splash in their inaugural game in the National Arena League. Most expansion teams in any professional sports league take their lumps during that initial season. …

Get in the game

Whether you are an observer or a participant, Fayetteville and Cumberland County offer a variety of sports activities.

‘A whole gamut of opportunities’

With the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the rearview mirror, there are various opportunities for parks and recreation activities for Fayetteville and Cumberland County residents.


Cumberland County Schools

The public school system has 89 schools and more than 50,000 students.

Higher education

More than 280 degrees, diplomas and certificates in science, applied science, the arts and general education are offered at Fayetteville Technical Community College. Transfer credits for entry into four-year universities are offered as well.
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Faith in the community

It won’t take a leap of faith to find the right place to worship in Fayetteville.

Here’s to your health

Cape Fear Valley Health, which has eight hospitals in the region, continues to expand its health care services. In the past year, it has opened a five-story education tower and announced plans to establish a medical school in a partnership with Methodist University.

City of Fayetteville

Fayetteville at a glance

Cumberland County government

Cumberland is the fifth-largest county in North Carolina with a population of about 337,000.

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