Located along the Cape Fear River in the U.S. state of North Carolina, Fayetteville is an unassuming city, boasting a rich military history and magnificent landscapes. Home to over 200,000 citizens, the city’s historic sites, museums and recreational parks attract visitors during the lively summer season. Some key landmarks include, Poe House and the Cape Fear River Trail.
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Why visit Fayetteville
The Great Outdoors
Stunning shimmering lakes, cascading waterfalls, and forested mountains serve as a backdrop to this quaint city. Go horseback riding or zip-lining through emerald forests, or spend a day hiking or cycling along the scenic Cape Fear River Trail.
Downtown Architecture and History
Colonial architecture and historic monuments of battles lost and won line the streets. The Airborne and Special Operations Museum is testament to the city’s military roots, while the Market House is one of the oldest remaining buildings.
There is an abundance of activities for the young at heart. Try out paintballing and mini-golf, or show off your skills at the skateparks. For nature lovers, the city's botanical parks and gardens abound with beautiful birds and colorful flowers
Essential details you need to know before your trip
United States of America
Fayetteville Regional Airport (FAY)
Type A & B
Best time to visit Fayetteville
You can’t miss the incredible outdoor activities and adventures Fayetteville has to offer! The summer season, between May and September, is welcomingly warm, and visitors flock to the city to enjoy its festivals and natural landscapes. Although this small city doesn’t experience huge crowds of foreigners, it is better to book accommodation in advance during this peak time.
Catch low-season rates during the shoulder months of April and October/November, when the lower rainfall and cooler temperatures make it an ideal time for hiking and enjoying the pretty botanical gardens.
Catch the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival during spring, which is packed with local entertainment and vintage car rallies. Refined music-lovers might enjoy the International Folk Festival in September, which celebrates culture through music, food and art.
Weather & Climate in Fayetteville
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Fayetteville is a city located in the Sandhills of North Carolina. Built along the Cape Fear River, the city boasts rolling landscapes of lush forests, waterfalls and wildlife. At first glance, it may seem much like any other American city, but its strong ties to the military combined with its distinctive southern charm, will soon make you realise there is far more to this city than meets the eye.
Home to the U.S. army post of Fort Bragg, Fayetteville has long enjoyed a history that is rooted in the military. The Airborne and Special Operations Museum has a number of interesting exhibits, while for a broader history of the area, the Museum of the Cape Fear and Arsenal Park are also good options.
There are also some excellent outdoor attractions, particularly the Cape Fear River Trail and Botanical Gardens. Lake Rim Park and Fantasy Lake are great places to enjoy a picnic or concert, with lots of activities to keep the young ones busy too! Carver’s Fall is a natural landmark in the heart of the surrounding forest, and can be accessed via zip-line and treetop tours.
Downtown Fayetteville is home to some historical sites and museums. The old Market House is a prominent landmark and you’ll find many markets sporting vintage items and local delicacies.
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Fayetteville, along with the rest of North Carolina, is a fairly safe area, with no violent crime known to occur towards tourists or locals. As almost all bars and restaurants accept credit cards, there is no need to carry around large amounts of cash. Exercise the usual safety precautions and be vigilant of your surroundings. Do not walk down unlit streets or empty alleyways at night, and avoid attracting unnecessary attention to yourself.
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