Reopening Information & Travel Updates
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Touring Cumberland County has never been easier with over 750 miles of themed driving trails. These pre-planned routes with maps assist the visitor in discovering our recreation gems, botanical oases, antique shops and much more. Just pick from one of the 17 trails and get ready to explore.Visit FayettevilleNCTrails.com
Cumberland County is approximately a 550-mile drive from New York City and a 540-mile drive from Orlando, making our destination a midway point along the eastern seaboard. As we like to say, we are "Midway to Mickey" and an ideal place to stop along your I-95 travels.
Fayetteville Regional Airport services the Sandhills region and is served by American Airlines and Delta Connections. This airport offers frequent flights to each of those airlines' hubs, Charlotte and Atlanta, thereby connecting travelers to hundreds of destinations around the world.
Amtrak trains stop daily in Fayetteville, en route between New York and Miami. Southbound trains make stops here at 4:37 a.m. and 6:23 p.m., and northbound trains make stops here at 10:14 a.m. and 11:50 p.m.
Fayetteville is the largest city located on I-95 in North Carolina, offering travelers quick and convenient access to an array of accommodations, restaurants, entertainment, and more right off the interstate.
"Tourism has grown into one of the state’s largest industries. Annually, over 45 million people visit North Carolina and generate more than $15.6 billion. Tourism directly employs over 182,900 North Carolinians with a payroll of almost $3.98 billion." --www.nccommerce.com