Guides to Fayetteville

32 Things to do this Summer in Fayetteville

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As the heat index continues to rise this summer, you may find yourself running out of air conditioned options to thrill and entertain. Here is our official 2022 list of recommended summer time activities in Fayetteville, North Carolina!

#1. Try a restaurant downtown you have never been to before.

#2. Cheer on our Woodpeckers at a baseball game.

#3. Get sophisticated and head out to see “Much Ado About Nothing” at The Yard this June.

#4. Tour the Rockefeller House at Carvers Creek State Park in June.

#5. A canoe hike at Carvers Creek State Park is great for beginners this summer. Follow the link to sign up!

#6. Go to one or more of the many fairs and festivals offered over the summer months.

#7. Beat the heat with some sweet treats.

#8. Visit the Cape Fear Botanical Garden and check out one of their many events.

#9. Get the kayaks out and check out this guide to kayaking in Fayetteville.

#10. Wile away the day at Dirtbag Ales in Hope Mills, or at their new-ish sister bar, Dirty Whiskey Craft Cocktail Bar.

#11. Speaking of Dirtbag, their Sunday farmers market is a must.

#12. Celebrate Independence Day a little early in Hope Mills on July 2nd.

#13. On July 4th, head to Fort Bragg for their festivities, or to Festival Park downtown.

#14. Take the little ones to Paw Patrol Live! The Great pirate Adventure at the Crown.

#15. If you missed Much Ado About Nothing, Sweet Tea Shakespeare will present “Pericles” at The Yard on Arch Street in July.

#16. Test your knowledge at Trivia Night every Thursday at Bright Light Brewing Company.

#17. Spoil your palette with a frozen treat.

#18. Symphony on Tap, hosted by the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra presents a series engaging the community through music and beer at Gaston Brewing Taproom.

#19. Break out your tent and camping gear and head to the beach.

#20. If it’s a day trip to the coast that you prefer, have no fear, the beaches are near!

#21. Head out to a local park with the whole fam.

#22. Get adventurous (and a little lazy) on a local lazy river ride.

#23. Leave the kids with the grandparents and try one of these local spots for a delicious cocktail.

#24. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” is a classic wild west show, presented by Gilbert Theater this September.

#25. If tents aren’t your scene, bring the RV to one of these locally loved glamping locations for the weekend.

#26. Our beer lovers guide to Fayetteville should help you map out your next brewery adventure.

#27. Who let the dogs out? Check out these local dog parks for your furry family member.

#28. Enjoy these National Parks, located right here in North Carolina.

#29. Introduce history into your kiddo’s school free summer routine with these need to see state historic sites.

#30. Are you an aspiring antiquer? Check out these locations that come highly recommended!

#31. Get the boat onto the water with our fisher’s guide to Fayetteville.

#32. End the summer at Dirtbag Ales with 2 Bald Guys Dueling Pianos in September.

What do you and your family have planned this summer? Leave your thoughts in the comments below! If you enjoyed this post, please give it a like to let us know, and don’t forget to subscribe if you haven’t already. We put out blog posts like this one every month!

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