Successful Meetings Made Here


More than simply a tourist destination, Fort Bragg and the Communities of Cumberland County  have a lot to offer when it comes to hosting an event. There’s a patriotic spirit running through the towns of Fayetteville, Spring Lake, Hope Mills and the other municipalities that unites everyone who lives here, as well as those just passing through. We’re proud of our rich role in our nation’s history and hold fast to the friendly feel of a true hometown, while providing the cultural and entertainment amenities of bigger cities. Whether your event is here for a few hours or a few days, you’ll find a wide range of unique activities not found anywhere else.  We’re the perfect place for your next special event.


Here are a few reasons to choose the greater Fayetteville region for your next event:

Tournaments Win in Cumberland County


Fayetteville and Cumberland County offer a sports timeline dotted with moments like Babe Ruth’s first professional home run, Jim Thorpe’s brief time as a baseball player and PGA great Raymond Floyd’s ascension.

Sports history is still made in greater Fayetteville, where sports planners will find facilities for every type of competition and countless things to see and do outside of tournament hours.

Choose Fayetteville and Cumberland County for a win for your tournament.  Many others have done the same. Here is a few examples:

National Farmers Market Week


10402696_291164994395584_5489122467464388752_nDid you know that Fayetteville and Cumberland County have some wonderful Farmer’s Markets?  In honor of National Farmers Market Week, make plans to visit one or, if you time it correctly, you could visit all of them.   If you know of any other markets, please let us  know in the comments.  Read on to learn more!

Bureau Ends 14/15 with strong results


The Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is charged with positioning Cumberland County as a destination for meetings, tournaments and leisure travel.  We employ a variety of initiatives in reaching that goal and report our results monthly, quarterly and annually.  This blog posts recaps results for 2014/15.  If you have any questions, let us know.

Fayetteville Honors marquis de Lafayette


In March of 1825, the citizens of Fayetteville, North Carolina, were honored by a
tw0659o-day visit from the famous French proponent of liberty and hero of the American Revolutionary War, the marquis de Lafayette.  Fayetteville had been named for Lafayette by the North Carolina General Assembly in 1783. It was the very first city in America named for him and the only namesake city that he actually visited.