Fayetteville Wants You

THINGS TO SEE AND DO

Even the most active will have difficulty keeping up with all there is to do in Fayetteville/Cumberland County. We’re a family-friendly community that’s as committed to providing a good time as we are to treating troops like VIPs. Hey, we’re Southern – we enjoy our down time. Visitors and newcomers to Fayetteville/Cumberland County are always amazed at the number of arts and entertainment opportunities offered for free in our community all year long.

From kid-friendly amusement parks to inspiring museums to miles and miles of some of the most lush fairways in the world, our county welcomes your invasion. Create your own personalized tour of Fayetteville based on your own interests or choose a themed driving trail by clicking here.

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Attractions

Amusements:

Black River Paintball
Black River Paintball offers an awesome playing and training experience for everyone! Private Groups, Recreational Play, Field Play and Military Training are available.
504 North McPherson Church Road 910-860-4469
 
Double Decker Skate Park 
500 Blount Street 910-483-3425
 
Fascinate-U Children's Museum 
Fascinate-U Children's Museum features safe, interactive exhibits, static displays and classroom space. The hands on displays represent a mini-city where children can explore their world the way they know best - through creative role-playing, manipulation and interaction. They can operate a store, be on TV, dress as U.S. soldiers, and practice dentistry!
Admission: $4.00 per child, $3.00 per adult
116 Green Street 910-829-9171
 
Fayetteville SwampDogs
The season runs from Friday, June 1, through the middle of August. A promotional calendar will be posted on their web site at www.goswampdogs.com
J.P. Riddle Stadium 910-426-5900
 
Fun Fun Fun at Hope Mills 
One of the largest family amusement centers in N.C. featuring more than 125 games and rides. Mini Golf and Batting Cages available.
4670 Cumberland Road 910-487-8585
 
Fun Fun Fun at Omni Plaza
One of the largest family amusement centers in N.C. featuring more than 125 games and rides.
Omni Plaza 910-864-1307
 
Jambbas Ranch
Enjoy a leisurely visit and see our buffaloes, llamas, elk, cows, deer, camel and a whole ranch full of friendly, domestic, exotic birds and animals.  Scenic views and attractions include our Welcome Center, Covered Bridge, Fort Rest, No Chance Gold Mine, Swinging Bridge and the beautiful Cape Fear River.
5386 Tabor Church Rd. 910-484-2798
 
Laser FX
The ultimate high tech adventure, where cutting edge computer technology combines with action-oriented team play to create an exciting, heart-racing experience. This is a true group activity - you are the game! From children 4 years old and up who expect to be thrilled, to those skeptical adults and business people who need a bit of convincing, everyone is captured by the game moments after play begins.
510 N. McPherson Church Road 910-633-2229
 
Line Drive Batting Cages 
Try out your skills at the batting cages.  Enjoy America's favorite pastime in the town where Babe Ruth hit his first professional home run.
Omni Plaza 910-487-1477
 
Monkey Joe's
Bouncing, sliding, and jumping fun for kids 12 years-old and younger.
102 Westwood Shopping Center (910) 423-5637
 
Mountasia Golf & Games
Featuring 36 holes of miniature golf and a small game room.
Omni Plaza 910-487-6000
 
Pirate Blacklight Golf
3729 Sycamore Dairy Road 910-864-1638
 
Putt-Putt Fun Center 
3311 Footbridge Lane 910-424-7888
 
Red Point Climbing Gym 
An indoor rock climbing facility with plenty of room to roam! Push yourself to the limit bouldering or on belay. All ages and abilities welcome. Gear available for rental.
5213 Raeford Road 910-868-7625
 
Round-A-Bout Skating Center at 71st Place
Go roller skating anytime of the year.  Featuring roller skating, in-line skating and video arcades. Call ahead for public skating sessions.  
115 Skateway Drive 910-860-8900
 
Round-A-Bout Skating Center at Eutaw Shopping Center 
Go roller skating anytime of the year.  Featuring roller skating, in-line skating and video arcades. Call ahead for public skating sessions. 
880 Elm Street 910-484-4465
 
Round-A-Golf at 71st Place 
Miniature Golf and Arcade (Part of Round-A-Bout Skating Center)
143 Skateway Drive 910-860-7800
 
The Climbing Place 
The Climbing Place is designed in such a manner so that any person can climb and feel a sense of accomplishment, from the very beginner to the more advanced.  For the young and the young at heart.
436 W. Russell St. 910-486-9638
 
ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure
2 ½ hour tree top canopy tour includes exhilarating zips past a two-story tall waterfall and climbs as high as 80 feet. 
533 Carvers Falls Drive 910-488-8787
 

Movies:

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Cameo Theater
Restored to 1920's splendor, this intimate downtown theater shows classic, independent and foreign films. Open for just two and one half years, the CAMEO Art House Theatre was recognized nationally in the official program book of the Sundance Film Festival. In an article titled "Beyond the Maddening Multiplex", Fayetteville's CAMEO was pictured along with just four other theatres from around the country. The CAMEO was selected for its commitment and quality.
225 Hay St. (910)486-6633

Carmike Cinema 12
439 Westwood Shopping Center (910)-864-8817

Market Fair Cinema 15
1916 Skibo Road Ste 317 (910)-868-9888

Millstone 14 Cinemas
14 Screens, Dolby Digital 3D, 42" High Back Leather Rockers on 21" risers, Gourmet Concessions, Rear Window Captioning for the hearing impaired.
3400 Footbridge Lane (910)354-2121

Omni Cinema 8
Discount movie tickets.
Omni Plaza (910)487-5530

Wynnsong Cinema 7
3039 Boone Tr. (910)223-0395

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The Arts:

Art Galleries

The Arts Center

Formerly the old site of a United States Post Office and a public library, this building now houses the Arts Council.  The Arts Council Galleries feature local and regional artists.  The group hosts numerous free art events for the community and visitors alike such as monthly Fourth Friday & Market Days events, the annual International Folk Festival in September, A Dickens Holiday during the holiday season, and other visual art exhibitions.
301 Hay Street 910-323-1776
 
Cape Fear Studios
Home to a collective group of local artists and crafters displaying and selling their works, artists and artists at heart will find what they are looking for.  Visit with local artists, share ideas, and browse around.  There are locally made silks and fabrics, jewelry, primitives, sculpture, glass, hand-woven baskets and one of a kind treasures. 
148 Maxwell St. 910.433.2986
 
City Center Gallery & Books
Original art, photographs and reproductions.Postcards and old photographs of Historic Fayetteville.Exclusive agent for artist Bob Rector.Handmade jewelry and other gift items.Used hardback books, trade paperbacks, & children's books.
112 Hay St. 910-678-8899
 
Fayetteville State University Art Gallery
Enjoy wonderful student artwork at the Rosenthal Art Gallery located at Fayetteville State University.
1200 Murchison Road 910-672-1571
 
Gallery 208
Curated by the Fayetteville Museum of Art, Gallery 208 highlights the art of North Carolina artists with rotating exhibits year round. Outdoor sculpture also on exhibit.
208 Rowan Street, Fayetteville 910-485-5121
 
Mallett Rogers House
Built about 1830 and restored in 1986, it features exhibits, paintings, sculpture and mixed-media works by Methodist University art faculty and students.  It was originally built for Charles Peter Mallet, a textile mill owner whose father served in the Revolutionary War and acquired the property as early as 1767.
5400 Ramsey St. 910-630-7004
 
Fayetteville Art Guild and Gallery ONE13
The purpose of this non-profit organization of art enthusiasts is to encourage self-expression through the visual arts, and to foster awareness, appreciation and artistic development through educational programs for the residents of Fayetteville and the surrounding counties.
113 Gillespie Street 910-223-2787

Live Theater

Cape Fear Regional Theatre
Delighting audience with elaborate musicals, classic dramas and comedies, off-Broadway productions and children's favorites. Presents an annual series of plays, performance and special events that entertain, enlighten, inspire, and educate both performers and audiences.  Offers behind the scenes tours, call ahead for arrangements.
1209 Hay Street 910-323-4234
 
Fayetteville State University Theatre Program
Home of the Fayetteville State University Theater Company.  Call ahead for show information or to schedule a visit.
1200 Murchison Rd. 910-486-1006
 
Gilbert Theater
A non-profit theater with a volunteer staff dedicated to providing contemporary, socially relevant, and entertaining theater as well as the classics, and original works by local playwrights. The Gilbert Theater is named in honor of the Marquis de Lafayette. They hold excellent community theatre productions, which include an array of challenging, contemporary dramas, comedies, and the occasional musical.
116 Green Street 910-678-7186
 
Methodist University Monarch Theatre
The theater presents a variety of productions year-round.
5400 Ramsey St. 910-630-7000
 
Performance Groups
 
Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra
Founded in 1956, the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously-funded community orchestra in North Carolina. Fifty-one years later, their mission remains: To Educate. To Entertain. To Inspire.
P.O. Box 53234 (910) 433-4690
 
Performance Venues
 
Campbellton Landing
This modern-day entertainment venue is located on the east bank of the Cape Fear River and is named after the old ferry landing at Campbelton village. Campbelton was the first settlement in the area, incorporated in 1762 and located on the west bank of the river. It wasn't until 1819 that the first bridge crossing the river was constructed to bring people over to the east bank. Campbellton Landing is the site of some of the best-kept Confederate breastworks. An array of events for all ages are now hosted at this historic site.
1122 Person Street 910-483-1649
  
The Crown Center
Concerts, sporting events, family shows and theater productions are offered year-round. It includes a 13,500-seat Crown Coliseum, 60,000 sq.ft. Expo Center, 11,200 sq.ft. Pre-function Area and Ballroom, 5,300-seat Arena and a 2,430-seat Auditorium.
1960 Coliseum Dr. 910-323-5088
 
Festival Park
Local greenspace and arts events venue.
Hay Street and Ray Avenue 910-433-1547 

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Museums:

Art 

Mallett Rogers House
Built about 1830 and restored in 1986, it features exhibits, paintings, sculpture and mixed-media works by Methodist University art faculty and students.  It was originally built for Charles Peter Mallet, a textile mill owner whose father served in the Revolutionary War and acquired the property as early as 1767.
5400 Ramsey St. 910-630-7004
 
For Children
 
Fascinate-U Children's Museum
Fascinate-U Children's Museum features safe, interactive exhibits, static displays and classroom space. The hands on displays represent a mini-city where children can explore their world the way they know best - through creative role-playing, manipulation and interaction. They can operate a store, be on TV, dress as U.S. soldiers, and practice dentistry!
Admission: $4.00 per child, $3.00 per adult
116 Green Street 910-829-9171
 
History
 
Davis Memorial Library
Collection of letters, books and artifacts pertaining to the Marquis de Lafayette at Methodist University.
5400 Ramsey St. 910-630-7123
 
Fayetteville Area Transportation And Local History Museum
From Native American trails to steamboats and trains, explore the importance of the early trade communities of Cross Creek and Campbellton. This museum outlines the development of the plank road system that connected Fayetteville to other towns throughout North Carolina.  African American slave labor was used to build the plank roads.  Formerly, the building was home to the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Company, which opened in Fayetteville in 1879 as a reorganization of the former Western railroad.
325 Franklin Street 1-800-255-8217
 
Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex
Enjoy the rich history of the Tar Heel state, including learning about Native Americans, European settlements, slavery, plank roads, steam boating, the Civil War and more.  In addition to permanent exhibitions and a changing gallery, exhibits on naval stores, early 19th Century domestic life, transportation, and folk potters are featured.  Other attractions include Arsenal Park, the remnants of the Fayetteville Arsenal, and the restored Victorian residence of E.A. Poe.
801 Arsenal Avenue 910-486-1330
  
82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum 
The 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum brings the history of our beloved American heroes in the All American Division from its birth in 1917, to the airborne battles of World War II, to the campaigns in Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, and the Person Gulf, to the present. Also checkout the aircraft and memorials outside.
Ardennes and Gela Streets 910-432-3443
 
Airborne and Special Operations Museum
The Airborne and Special Operations Museum preserves the extraordinary feats performed by airborne troops and their brother in arms, the special operations forces. By exploring the artifact displays, life-size dioramas, audio and visual displays, and motion simulator, you will gain a deeper respect and pride for the remarkable achievements of these brave All American Airborne soldiers.
Motion Simulator $5.00 and Movie Descending from the Clouds $4.00, both for $8.00.
100 Bragg Blvd. 910-483-3003
 
Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Armory and Museum
On August 23, 1793,  the Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry (FILI) was organized after President George Washington enacted the Militia Act.  During the Civil War, the FILI took over the Fayetteville Arsenal for the Confederate forces.  The armory contains historical artifacts, weapons, uniforms, and memorabilia, including the carriage that rode the Marquis de Lafayette during his visit to Fayetteville.  The FILI is still an active ceremonial unit and is North Carolina's official historic military command.
210 Burgess St. 910-433-1612
 
JFK Special Warfare Museum
The JFK Special Warfare Museum, established in 1963, spotlights the proud history of the US Army Special Operations and Special Forces units, also know as the Green Berets.  The history of unconventional warfare spans more than 250 years, dating back to the French and Indian War and Rogers Rangers.  The Museum contains many unique items from World War II, The Vietnam War and current operations.
Building D-2502, Ardennes and Marion Streets 910-432-4272
 
Science
 
Fayetteville State University Planetarium 
Have fun and learn at the same time while you look at the wonders of the sky. Planetarium programming centers around the sky phenomena and connections with historical events. The Planetarium features a projector with 2,354 stars and offers five programs geared to specific grade-level curricula or K-12 school groups, including astronomy and space science programs for Boy and Girl Scouts. General programs are offered to the public when time permits. Call ahead to arrange a visit to the facility's observatory.
1200 Murchison Road 910-672-1650

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Sports:

All-American Fencing Academy 

The All-American Fencing Academy is now in Downtown Fayetteville.  The All-American Fencing Academy provides the only Olympic fencing instruction in the Fayetteville and Fort Bragg area. New beginner classes start on the first week of each month. 
207-B Donaldson Street 910-644-0137
 
Black River Paintball
Black River Paintball offers an awesome playing and training experience for everyone! Private Groups, Recreational Play, Field Play and Military Training are available.
504 North McPherson Church Road 910-860-4469
 
Cleland Multipurpose Sports Complex
Ready, set, skate! Public ice skating arena, call ahead for time of public skating sessions.
3-1606 Reilly Rd. 910-396-5127
 
Cross Creek Cycling Club
Cross Creek Cycling Club, USA Cycling’s “Club of The Year, 2007”, holds organized group bicycle rides every Saturday all year round. Cyclists meet at Carolina Wheel and Rim at 357 Dunn Rd in eastern Fayetteville. Start times vary during summer and winter seasons to allow for hot and cold weather conditions. Rides are organized by skill level, with groups for everyone from the experienced to the novice cyclist. For information on other organized group rides, current start times, queue sheets, and to contact club officials please visit www.crosscreekcyclingclub.org.
357 Dunn Rd 
 
Double Decker Skate Park
500 Blount Street 910-483-3425
 
Paraclete XP SkyVenture
This is not a ride or a simulator, you are actually flying! Excitement, Adrenaline, and Adventure, SkyVenture offers it all in the experience of a life time. No previous experience is needed, training class will give you all the fundamentals, the complete gear you need is included.
190 Paraclete Drive 910-848-2600
 
Round-A-Bout Skating Center at 71st Place
Go roller skating anytime of the year.  Featuring roller skating, in-line skating and video arcades. Call ahead for public skating sessions. 
115 Skateway Drive 910-860-8900
 
Round-A-Bout Skating Center at Eutaw Shopping Center
Go roller skating anytime of the year.  Featuring roller skating, in-line skating and video arcades. Call ahead for public skating sessions.  
880 Elm Street 910-484-4465
 
The Hit'n Mill 
3910 Ellison Street 910-223-3453
 
ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure
2 ½ hour tree top canopy tour includes exhilarating zips past a two-story tall waterfall and climbs as high as 80 feet. 
533 Carvers Falls Drive 910-488-8787
 
Spectator Sports
 
Fayetteville FireAntz Hockey
Bone crunching, high energy, action-packed, puck slapping, glass shattering excitement!  Come on out and cheer on Fayetteville's very own hockey team the Fayetteville FireAntz.
Crown Coliseum 910-321-0123
 
Fayetteville Guard Indoor Football
The Fayetteville Guard Indoor Football team is a member of the American Indoor Football League. The season spans three months, with games from late March through late June. Come make some NOIZE for the Fayetteville Guard! 
Crown Coliseum 910-202-4753
 
Fayetteville Motor Speedway
The speedway features stock car dirt-track racing on an oval .4-mile clay track April -Sept., Sat. nights, 7 pm. Streetcar Madness, Fri. nights 5-10 pm.
3704 Doc Bennett Rd. 910-223-7223
 
Fayetteville Motorsports Park
The drag strip features Professional E.T. and Street E.T. drag racing on a 1/4 mile track with a 200-foot concrete starting line mar-Oct, Sunday 10am, santioned by the International Hot Rod Association.
4480 Doc Bennett Road 910-484 - 3677
 
Fayetteville SwampDogs 
The season runs from Friday, June 1, through the middle of August. A promotional calendar will be posted on their web site at www.goswampdogs.com
J.P. Riddle Stadium 910-426-5900
 
Tennis
 
Fort Bragg Tennis Club
Six lighted, hard courts. Normandy Dr., Bldg. #1-5426, Fort Bragg. Open to civilians.
Normandy Dr., Bldg. #1-5426 910-436-1171
 
Massey Hill Park
Two lighted, hard courts.
1612 Camden Rd. 910-433-1547
 
Mazarick Park Tennis Center 
Eight lighted, hard courts.
1612 Belvedere Ave. 910-433-1576
 
Terry Sanford High School
Six lighted, hard courts.
2301 Fort Bragg Rd. 910-433-1547
 
Tokay Park
Six lighted, hard courts.
328 Hamilton St. 910-433-1547
 
Westover High School
Hard courts.
277 Bonanza Dr. 910-433-1547
 
Water Parks

Fantasy Lake
Fun for the whole family!  Enjoy the water park with slides, volley ball and basketball, and horseshoes.  A complete water park featuring paddle boats, trapeze swings, picnic areas with grills, video arcade and sandy beaches.
5869 Permastone Lake Rd. 910-424-9999
 
Smith Lake Recreation Area
Enjoy swimming, cable water-skiing, sandy beaches, paintball games, mountain bike trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, volleyball and basketball courts, paddleboats and a water ski pro shop.
Smith Lake Rd. 910-396-5979
 
Waldo's Beach
Enjoy beaches, picnic areas, paddleboat and canoe rentals, fishing, swimming pools and more.
6742 Waldos Beach Road 910-868-2618 

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Outdoors/Parks: 

Farm Life 

Gillis Hill Farm 
Tour a real working farm. The Gillis Family has farmed in Cumberland County for eight generations, since the 1700s. Learn about how changes in technology have affected farming and farm life. Take a wagon tour. Enjoy some home made ice cream, see an animal show. Wagon tours available for groups, self-guided tours are also available.
2701 Gillis Hill Rd. 910-867-2350
 
Kanna Alpaca Farm 
Kanna Farm is open to the public for tours, parties, reunions, meeting, and more. Please call for reservations.
720 Broad Muskeg Road 910-484-8294
 
Fishing
 
Cape Fear River
Boats can access the Cape Fear River at the N.C. Wildlife Ramp, at the junction of US 301 & Old NC 87. Or utilize the ramp at Riverside Sports Center. 1122 Person St. $3/24 hours a day. 910-483-1649 or 910-868-5003.
 
N.C. Wildlife Ramp
Fishing - Fresh water fishing for large-mouth bass, crappie, blue gill and perch is popular throughout the area. Please call for information about fishing permits, boat motor restrictions and special regulations.
Throughout the area. 
At the junction of US 301 & Old NC 87 910-485-3161
 
Fort Bragg 
Thirteen lakes are open to the public. Lakes over 20 acres include Big Muddy Lake (71 acres), Little Muddy Lake (25 acres), McArthur Lake (45 acres) and Mott Lake (96 acres).
Fort Bragg 910-396-7506
 
Glenville Lake in Mazarick Park
1368 Belvedere Ave. 910-433-1575
 
Hope Mills Lake 
An 88-acre lake.
Main St. 910-424-4500
 
Lake Rim
A display depicting a tar kiln/naval stores operation and several artifacts from the Weed Lightwood Plant is located in the Visitor Center at the park. Evidence has been found that indicates Native Americans once inhabited this site. It is a popular place for walking and jogging. Ask us about nearby fishing locations.
Old Raeford Rd. 910-868-5003
 
Gardens
 
Cape Fear Botanical Garden
Consisting of 77 landscaped acres overlooking Cross Creek and the Cape Fear River, the grounds include a restored farmhouse, perennial gardens, a natural amphitheater, wildflowers, majestic oaks, nature trails, numerous species of native plants and a "water-wise" gardening exhibit. Displays of historical farming tools and techniques show how tobacco, cotton, and other southern crops were gown in the southeastern United States.
536 North Eastern Blvd 910-486-0221
 
Fayetteville Rose Garden
Established in the early 1970's at Fayetteville Technical Community College, this garden features more than 1,000 rose bushes and participates in the All American Selection. Enjoy the beautiful gazebo, fountains, and flora - best times are from April until the first winter's frost. Rose talks can be given by an on-staff horticulturalist.
2201 Hull Road 910-678-8228
 
Hiking
 
Cape Fear River Trail
The Cape Fear River Trail is a 10-foot wide path that winds through a beautiful blend of trees, plants, and wildlife for 4.2 miles.  The terrain is both flat and hilly, with bridges and spectacular views of the river.  It is open to walkers, joggers, bicyclists, and others utilizing non-motorized transportation.  There are more than 700 species of plants and trees, and 150 species of birds.  The River Trail is home to an unusual combination and diversity of hardwood trees, some of which hare found in the mountains.  With the opening of this trail, Fayetteville is linked to the East Coast Greenway currently in development across the east coast; the East Coast Greenway will be the nation's first long-distance, city-to-city, multi-modal transportation corridor for cyclists, hikers and other non-motorized users.
Trailheads at Jordan Soccer Complex 910-433-1547
 
Clark Park Nature Center 
Situated about two miles north of Historic downtown Fayetteville it's eastern boundary fronts the Cape Fear River. The 4.2 mile Cape Fear River Trail can be accessed from this park. The nature center has a number of animal, plant, and environmental exhibits. It is a great place for bird watching and offers a variety of indigenous plant life. There are several scenic spots that overlook the river.
631 Sherman Dr. 910-433-1579
 
Horseback Riding
 
Fort Bragg Riding Stables
Open to the public, offering open riding, pony rides, riding lessons, trail rides and hay rides.
Building Q5340 Smith Lake Road 910-396-4510
 
Parks
 
Arnette Park
A popular place for walking and jogging, the park features several scenic spots that overlook the Cape Fear River. An variety of plants can be found, particularly along the banks of the river. Squirrel, rabbit, opossum, raccoon, fox and, on occasion, white tail deer often make appearances at the park. The park is also an excellent place for bird watching.
2165 Old Wilmington Road 910-433-1547
 
Christina Smith Park
Basketball courts, baseball field, picnic shelter, splash pond and volleyball court, and a recreation center.
500 Fisher Rd. 433-433-1547
 
Cross Creek Park
Features a magnificent central fountain, flower garden and statue of the Marquis de Lafayette.
Green St. 910-433-1547
 
East Side Park
Walking trail, picnic shelter, playground, basketball courts.
Shad Bush Lane 433-1547
 
Honeycutt Park
Includes a quarter-mile walking trail, children's play area, picnic area, three baseball fields and a recreation center.
Fort Bragg Rd. at 352 Devers St. 433-1547
 
Lake Rim Park
A display depicting a tar kiln/naval stores operation and several artifacts from the Weed Lightwood Plant is located in the Visitor Center at the park.  Evidence has been found that indicates Native Americans once inhabited this site.  It is a popular place for walking and jogging.  Ask us about nearby fishing locations.
2214 Tar Kiln Dr. 433-1547
 
Mazarick Park
Milton E. Mazarick Park contains 80 acres and a variety of activities for patrons. From fishing at Glenville Lake, to walking, to disc golf and picnics, this park meets many recreational needs.
1368 Belvedere Ave. 433-1547
 
MLK Park
Enjoy a picnic pavilion and open space as the beginnings for the 13 acres of land commemorating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. An impressive sculpture of Dr. King reigns high over the park. Plans include a fountain, lighted spire, gardens, and walking trail.
739 Blue Street 910-433-1547
 
Rowan Park
Features picnic areas, playground and tennis courts, as well as a bandshell which hosts many community events and entertainment during the year.
W. Rowan St. 910-433-1547
 
Seabrook Park
Picnic shelter, baseball fields, swimming pool, and a recreation center.
708 Landgon St. 910-433-1547
 
ZipQuest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure
2 ½ hour tree top canopy tour includes exhilarating zips past a two-story tall waterfall and climbs as high as 80 feet. 
533 Carvers Falls Drive 910-488-8787
 
Riverboat Cruises
 
Cape Fear River Boat Rides
Freddie Mims is liscensed by the US Coast Guard and is Flotilla Commander for the local Coast Guard Auxillary. He offers 2, 4 and 8 hour rides on the Cape Fear River. His cruises start at Riverside Marine at Cambellton Landing. Prices vary depending on the size of the group. Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. Military and Senior disounts available and children 12 and under are free. Call for more information. Cell: 910-391-1246 or 910-630-1475 (leave message).
245 Person Street 910-391-1246
 
Tennis
 
Fort Bragg Tennis Club
Six lighted, hard courts. Normandy Dr., Bldg. #1-5426, Fort Bragg. Open to civilians
Normandy Dr., Bldg. #1-5426 910-436-1171
 
Massey Hill Park
Two lighted, hard courts.
1612 Camden Rd. 910-433-1547
 
Mazarick Park Tennis Center
Eight lighted, hard courts.
1612 Belvedere Ave. 910-433-1576
 
Terry Sanford High School
Six lighted, hard courts.
2301 Fort Bragg Rd. 910-433-1547
 
Tokay Park
Six lighted, hard courts.
328 Hamilton St. 910-433-1547
 
Westover High School 
Hard courts.
277 Bonanza Dr. 910-433-1547
 
Water Parks
 
Fantasy Lake 
Fun for the whole family!  Enjoy the water park with slides, volley ball and basketball, and horseshoes.  A complete water park featuring paddle boats, trapeze swings, picnic areas with grills, video arcade and sandy beaches.
5869 Permastone Lake Rd. 910-424-9999
 
Smith Lake Recreation Area
Enjoy swimming, cable water-skiing, sandy beaches, paintball games, mountain bike trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, volleyball and basketball courts, paddleboats and a water ski pro shop.
Smith Lake Rd. 910-396-5979

Waldo's Beach
Enjoy beaches, picnic areas, paddleboat and canoe rentals, fishing, swimming pools and more.
6742 Waldos Beach Road 910-868-2618
 
Zoos
 
Jambbas Ranch
Enjoy a leisurely visit and see our buffaloes, llamas, elk, cows, deer, camel and a whole ranch full of friendly, domestic, exotic birds and animals.  Scenic views and attractions include our Welcome Center, Covered Bridge, Fort Rest, No Chance Gold Mine, Swinging Bridge and the beautiful Cape Fear River.
5386 Tabor Church Rd. 910-484-2798
 

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Golf Courses:
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Anderson Creek Golf Club
- Designed by world-renowned golfer and course designer Davis Love III, this course has been carefully sculpted into the naturally rolling topography, making it one of the most scenic and challenging courses in the southeast.
125 Whispering Pines Drive 910-814-2633

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Black 7180 72 75.1 139
Blue 6703 72 72.4 136
White 6201 72 70.2 127
Gray 5899 72 68.9 122
Red 5419 72 71.7 124

Bayonet at Puppy Creek Golf Course - Willard Byrd championship course with Tifton 419 fairways and Crenshaw bent grass greens. Includes a 20-acre practice facility.349 S. Parker Church Rd. 904-1500

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Gold 5310 72 66.6 106
Blue 6472 72 69.4 130
White 5949 72 69.4 130
Red 4453 72 69.4 130
Black 7021 72 69.4 130

Baywood Golf Club - An 18-hole, 140-acre course with Tifton 419 fairways and bent grass greens. Includes a 15-acre driving/practice range. 904 Four Wood Dr. 483-4330

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Gold 6763 72 71.9 120
Blue 6195 72 69.2 113
Red 5886 72 67.8 110
White 5147 72 68.6 111

Carolina Lakes Golf Course - An 18-hole course. 53 Carolina Lakes Rd. 499-5421

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Blue 6400 70 69.9 118
White 6011 70 68.4 115
Yellow 5010 70 67.5 110


Carver's Falls Golf Range & Shop - 543 Carver's Falls Rd. 488-4481

Cypress Lakes Golf Course - An 18-hole course featuring Tifton 419 fairways and A-4 bent grass greens.
2126 Cypress Lakes Rd 483-0359

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Gold 5879 72 67.7 118
Blue 6043 72 73.2 133
White 6346 72 70.0 124
Red 5272 72 69.7 118

Hope Mills Golf Course - Established in the 1930's, this course is one of the oldest in N.C. and was re-turfed in 1996. 

3625 Golfview Rd. 425-7171

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Blue 6143 70 69.1 119
White 5682 70 68.0 117
Red 4628 70 68.2 113

Keith Hills Country Club - An 18-hole course.Keith Hills Rd. 893-5051

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Blue 6703 72 72.3 131
White 6129 72 70.2 123
Yellow 5225 72 66.1 109

King's Grant Golf Club - An 18-hole course featuring 6,634 yards of Bermuda fairways and bent grass greens.
347 Shawcroft Rd. 630-1114

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Gold 5321 72 66.7 111
Blue 6238 72 70.7 126
White 5736 72 68.2 117
Red 4983 72 69.2 120
Black 6654 72 72.2 133


Ryder Golf Course - An 18-hole course with driving ranges. - Military golf courses are not open to the general public. They are intended for use by active duty and retired military personnel; Department of Defense civilians; NAF employees; and family members and guests of these individuals. Armistead St. 436-3390

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Blue 6390 72 70.5 127
White 6114 72 69.3 124
Red 5338 72 70.3 122


Stryker Golf Course - An 18-hole course with a driving range and new clubhouse. - Military golf courses are not open to the general public. They are intended for use by active duty and retired military personnel; Department of Defense civilians; NAF employees; and family members and guests of these individuals.Bragg Blvd 497-1752

COURSE STATISTICS
  YARDS PAR RATING SLOPE
Blue 6612 72 71.0 112
White 6310 72 69.6 109
Red 5233 72 68.5 105

The Golf Practice Range - 4058 Legend Ave. 864-3663

Willow Lakes Golf Course - An 18-hole course - Military golf courses are not open to the general public. They are intended for use by active duty and retired military personnel; Department of Defense civilians; NAF employees; and family members and guests of these individuals.Reilly Rd. 394-2325

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Restaurants & Nightlife

B&B Sports Tavern
Pool tables, Karaoke
126 Person Street (downtown)
910-486-5858

Beef O Brady's
Restaurant and Sports Bar, Patio area
228 Hay Street (downtown)
4910-423-1223
5540 Camden Road (Hope Mills area)
910-860-1200

Bentley's Night Club
Open Fri-Sun. R&B DJ, Dancing.
119 Hay Street (downtown)
910-484-5222

Big Apple Restaurant & Sports Bar
Pool tables, DJ, Karaoke, Food/drink specials, Wed Latin Night
5900 Yadkin Road
910-868-5559

Big Harry's Tavern
Neighborhood bar. Pool tables, Live Music, drink specials
3030 Fort Bragg Road
910-484-9842

Big Shots Entertainment Bar & Grill
Sports bar, Pool tables, Video games, R&B DJ Fri-Sat, Live Music, Karaoke Thurs w/cash prize by 104.5 FM, Open Mic/Poetry Wed
5112 Yadkin Road
910-480-4883

BS Jones Pub & Grill
Food, Karaoke, Free Jukebox, Drink specials
2926 Fort Bragg Road
910-321-7600

Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar
Pool tables, Karaoke, Wi-Fi, InteractiveTrivia, Patio area
2097 Skibo Road
910-868-1561

Cadillac Ranch
Private club open Wed-Sat. Country music, Line dancing lessons, Drink specials
3101 Fort Bragg Road
910-484-7662

Charley's Pub
Closed Sun. Pool table, DJ, Live Music, Karaoke
450 Hay Street (Clarion Prince Charles Hotel downtown)
910-323-1549

Cheers Too
Private club. Live music, karaoke, Nascar parties
2721 Raeford Road (across from Harris Teeter)
910-677-0270

Coaches Sports Bar & Grill
Pool tables, DJ/Dancing
3004 Bragg Blvd
910-485-2049

Dock's at the Capitol
Food, Pool tables, Gaming, bowling, golf and flight simulator, darts
126 Hay Street (downtown)
910-42DOCKS

The Dog House Bar
Food, Live Music, DJ, Karoke, Bike Night Wednesdays, Open Mic Mondays
3049 Owen Drive
910-323-2400

Double Bogey's Restaurant
Food, Pool tables, Music
4808 Ramsey Street (Methodist College area)
910-488-6627

Drifter's Country Saloon
Open 7 days. Pool tables, karaoke 3x per week, drink specials
412 N. Bragg Blvd (Spring Lake)
910-436-1092

Fat Daddy’s Market & Grill
Food, Pool tables
1918 Skibo Road
910-864-1300

The Fig Café
Hookah bar, middle eastern food, open mic wednesday
253 Westwood Shopping Center
910-485-CAFÉ

Firehouse Pub
Billiards, karaoke, SF and fire station memorabilia, Bike/Harley friendly
6419 Yadkin Road
910-487-8389

Gaslight Lounge
Pool tables
2918 Fort Bragg Road
910-484-3214

Highlander Café & Pub
Food, Internet Juke Box, Deck/patio area
1217 Hay Street (Beside Cape Fear Regional Theater)
910-485-4777

Huske Hardware House Restaurant & Brewery
Food, DJ/Dancing on Fri-Sat, Live Music, Patio area
405 Hay Street (downtown)
910-437-9905

It'z Entertainment City
Restaurant, Sports & Cigar Bar, Pool, Nightclub, Patio, Live Music, Comedy
4118 Legend Ave (between Sycamore Dairy Rd and Skibo Rd)
910-826-4635

JB’s
Private club. Karaoke, Live entertainment, drink specials, sports bar
2417 Hope Mills Road
910-425-6705

Jester’s Pub
Open Mon-Sat. Live Music, Metal/Rock/Country concerts, open mic
6577 Fisher Road
910-426-5800

Jack’s Tap
Neighborhood Bar.
2920 Fort Bragg Road
910-485-5600

Last Call Sports Bar
Pool tables, Darts, DJ/dancing
5395 Ramsey Street (Methodist College area)
910-822-8400

Louie’s Sports Pub
Pool tables, Karaoke, Open Mic Wednesday
2417 Robeson Street
910-323-3373

Mash House Restaurant & Brewery
Live Music, Patio, drink specials weekly
4150 Sycamore Dairy Road
910-867-9223

The Office Pub
Pool tables, Internet Juke Box, Drink specials nightly
2828 Raeford Road (beside Bob’s Wine Shop)
910-486-9936

Ollis Pub
Pool tables, Internet Juke Box, Karaoke
3116 Bragg Blvd
910-867-1902

Paddy’s Irish Public House
Open Wed-Sat. Pool tables, Live Music nightly, Internet Juke Box
2606B Raeford Road (behind Exxon and Chris’s Steak House)
910-677-0055

The Rock Shop Music Hall
Open 7 days. Pool tables, Southeastern NC largest live music venue
128 South King Street (off Eastern Blvd)
910-321-ROCK

The Sand Trap
Pool table, Karaoke weekly, Internet Juke Box, Drink specials
1514 Purdue Drive (behind Spinner’s Pizza off Raeford Rd)
910-433-0807

The Speakeasy
Private club open Tue-Sat. Cigar/Martini Bar, Nightclub, Latin night, Live music
3983 Sycamore Dairy Road
910-339-2404

Spirits Pub
Pool tables, Darts, DJ, Live music, Karaoke weekly, drink specials
238 Tallywood Shopping Center
910-321-7400

Thee Backdoor
Open 7 days. Pool tables, Internet Juke Box, drink specials
3446 ½ Bragg Blvd (back of Subway in shopping center)
910-864-3974

Ugly Stick Saloon/Tree House Tavern/Larry’s Irish Pub
Ugly Stick Open Wed-Sun. Larry’s open 7 days. 3 outdoor bars, Live music, Ladies allowed to Bar dance, drink specials, pool tables, karaoke, Move throughout all 3 bars
4807 Raeford Road
910-425-8459

See the below links for a complete list of restaurants and nightlife in our community:
Restaurants
Nightlife

 

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Shopping
Unique shopping treasures are to be found at every turn in Cumberland County. From malls to get lost in to boutique shops with homemade crafts and antiques, we have it all. To learn about any shopping option in the county, just ask someone from the Army’s Army (Q&A-Entertainment) who’s here to answer your questions.

See the below link for a complete list of shopping in our community:
Shopping


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