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The Eastover Community Park offers places for families to enjoy a picnic, walk/jogging trails, a full playground and amenities for football, soccer, baseball and softball. Nearby the Corner Grill offers mouthwatering burgers you won’t soon regret.
Built in 1898, the Octagon Tabernacle in Falcon is the birthplace of the Pentecostal Holiness Church
With the wealth of things to do in Fayetteville, it is hard to pick just a few favorites. Interested in military history? Put the Airborne & Special Operations Museum and the North Carolina Veterans Park on your places to see. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the Cape Fear River Trail and the Cape Fear Botanical Garden. Is arts your passion? Fayetteville offers lots of places to create your own masterpiece.
Hunters will find plenty of land to hunt on the 461 acres Rhodes Pond Game Land. Camping is available at certain times in designated areas.
It’s no surprise that the Friendliest Place in North Carolina for 2020, Dirtbag Ales is in Hope Mills. It is a perfect fit in this friendly community. The Dirtbag Ales entertainment complex boasts a large playground, a dog park, playing fields and a restaurant, Napkins, on-site.
At Cypress Lakes Golf Course, golfers can hit the links on the course where Raymond and Marlene Floyd honed their skills. Other recreation options include Putt-Putt Golf Course, which was founded in Fayetteville in 1957, Surge Trampoline Park, Waldos Beach and movies and shopping at the Millstone Complex.
Linden, Cumberland County’s smallest municipality, offers one of our newest attractions, Deep Creek ATV Park. The park offers 15 miles of trails, camping and special events
Outdoor lovers will love Spring Lake. James Stillman Rockefeller, of Rockefeller family fame, once used his Long Valley Farm in Spring Lake as a winter retreat. Now that family’s farm, buildings, gristmill, and even home all belong to Carver’s Creek State Park, a draw for tourists interested in exploring both nature and history.
Down the road from the park, you will find the Fort Bragg Clay Target Center, one of the largest clay target centers in North Carolina.
At Spring Lake Outpost, bring your own watercraft or pay a little extra to rent one of theirs. Then hit the water for a three- or six-mile trek down the Lower Little River.
“Pick Your Own,” is the highlight of a visit to Stedman. The small community is home to Bullard Farms, Bunce Brothers farms and Stedman Blueberries.
Wade is home to Old Bluff Presbyterian Church, one of the oldest churches in the Cape Fear River Valley. Built in 1758, services were originally held in Gaelic. The church played a role in the Civil War and its cemetery holds many noteworthy individuals.
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