A wide variety of recreational opportunities are available at this beautiful park that features an 18 hole Frisbee golf ... More
A wide variety of recreational opportunities are available at this beautiful park that features an 18 hole Frisbee golf course, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, children's play areas, picnic areas, nature trails, a sand volleyball court, and football, soccer, and softball fields.
Great park to stop @ when needing a quick stop to let the kids burn some energy during a long drive down 95. 2 nice playgrounds for age 2-5 & 5-12. Only thing missing was restrooms. They did have port-a-potties. Another plus is the play equipment is shaded.
New to the Fayetteville area we wanted to look for places to go as a family. We went to this park and I was suprised as to how beautifully kept it was! They have a huge playground for both older and smaller children and baseball, volleyball, tennis courts, not to mention the little trails they have! Another good thing is how the park is surrounded by trees so that the sun is not constantly hitting you as bad. Also their picnic areas are a little secluded so that each visitor has their privacy. Overall this park was great and my family loved the spacious grounds to run and play.
I was so excited about going to this park and it was a little disappointing. The "scenery" was a bunch of ugly trees, dying grass and sand. Instead of calling them trails they should put up a sign that says "Hey just walk through the woods and try not to get lost." They have no playground equipment that is accessable for children under five and their shelter you can rent may max out at 10 people. One good thing is the road that encircles it is exactly one mile which is convenient, but it's way out there, if you don't live close don't waste the gas!
I travel quite a bit and I visit many parks and I have to say this one was quite a surprise. I loved the tall trees and the available parking was very good. I also like the fact that the park has one way in and one way out. The ball parks looked like they were very well maintained. If im in the area again, I'm going back for another visit.
Arnette Park is a very scenic park, with many trails, playgrounds, basketball courts, and picnic spots. Its rigt on the Cape Fear River, so you could sit by the river, travel the beautiful trails for hours, or just sit back and have a good picnic. The bad part is the upkeep of some of the places, and I do't see many park rangers around.
A private zoological park and natural habitat that offers tours of its extensive grounds that are the home of numerous
buffalos, llamas, deer, elk, cows, sheep, ducks, swans, and peacocks.
Value Place offers affordable weekly stays for fully furnished studios with a full kitchen. Although many guests decide to stay
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DoubleTree by Hilton Fayetteville is located right next to interstate 95 at exit 49 is convenient to historic downtown Fayetteville
NC as well as the many attractions of the North Carolina Sandhills. The contemporary full service hotel and conference ...