LAKE RIM PARK
2214 Tar Kiln Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28304 Directions
Lake Rim Park provides a variety of programming options from nature to outdoor activity talks and history talks. It holds summer camps, where outdoor adventure is the priority. Tourists can enjoy walking around the park, but they must be on a leash and under your supervision. The park has several outdoor facilities include areas for picnics and horseshoe pits. Take a walk through the wetlands on the one-mile boundary path to the bone creek, play a football party with friends, or have a family gathering.
Kayak Tours, Native American-themed Garden, Walking, Special Events, Fishing, Natural and Picnic Areas, Summer Camps, Outreach Programs, Children’s Playgrounds, Athletic Fields, Sand Volleyball, Educational Group Field Trips, Tennis Courts & Horseshoe Pits
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J. BAYARD CLARK PARK & NATURE CENTER
631 Sherman Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28301 Directions
J. Bayard Clark Park & Nature Center has become a nature reserve dedicated to environmental preservation, educating the public about nature, the second largest regional park in the city. The museum of the nature center boasts exhibits and free viewing of live animals. Tourists can enjoy a picnic viewing the forests and one of the highest mountain waterfalls to the east. Clark Park Nature Center provides programs on nature and leisure for students, communities, individuals, and families.
School and Field Trips Walking, Wild Flowers, Birding, Standards-Correlated and Outreach Programs, Forest Lake, Family Fun Campout, Educator and Group Services, Road Biking, Campfire Program, Running, Dogs on Leash, Mountain Bike & Outdoor Adventure Summer Camp
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2165 Wilmington Highway, Fayetteville, NC 28306 Directions
Arnette Park is a 100-acre park that blends developed facilities with natural woodland. The one-mile perimeter road is perfect for mountain biking and walking. The park has vast wooded areas, sports courts and fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas. This is a famous meeting place for large groups and families. It has picnic areas and pavilions, nature walks, an 18-hole disc golf course, soccer fields, and football. The park has been created, more than half is still in its natural environment, maintaining plentiful wildlife, and plants and trees assorted.
Baseball Regulation, Pleasure, Playground Equipment, Tennis Courts, Green Space, Horseshoes, Disc Golf Course, Concessions, Jogging, Picnic Shelter, Football/Soccer, Track Walking, Youth baseball, Girls softball & Volleyball (Outdoor)