Things To Do In Fayetteville

$79.95 for a River Rafting Trip with Two Nights of Tent Camping at Cantrell Ultimate Rafting ($133 Value)

Cantrell Ultimate Rafting

Fayetteville

$133 $79.95

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Owned & operated by a local family, tour company's experienced guides lead rafters through Class III–V rapids; 2 night of camping included

2 Games of Bowling with Shoe Rentals for 1 or 2 or Bowling and Soda for 4 at B&B Lanes (Up to 50% Off)

B&B Lanes

Terry Sanford

$11.59 $6

Balls hurtle toward pins on 24 well-oiled lanes as bowlers keep track of spares and strikes with electronic scoring

Golf Lessons for Kids or Adults at North Carolina Golf Academy (Up to 63% Off). Three Options Available.

North Carolina Golf Academy

Jack Britt

$75 $35

Private golf lessons teach new players the rules and help develop experienced players' swings

All-Day Paintball for One, Two, or Four, or One Annual Membership at Black Ops Paintball (Up to 55% Off)

Black ops paintball

Fayetteville

$49.95 $25

Armed with a Tippmann 98 Custom marker, guests compete in recreational combat on a POW camp or jungle-themed battleground

One or Two Months of Beginner Fencing Classes at All-American Fencing (Up to 72% Off)

All American Fencing

Downtown Fayetteville

$80 $25

After reviewing the sport's history, instructors guide beginning fencers through fundamentals such as basic footwork and blade skills

$23 for an All-Day Paintball Outing with Equipment, Air, and 200 Paintballs at Black River Paintball ($44.95 Value)

Black River Paintball

Multiple Locations

$44.95 $23

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All-day admission for games of speedball, woods play, and simulated urban warfare on more than 85 acres of wooded terrain

18-Hole Round of Golf for One or Four at Gates Four Golf and Country Club (Up to 55% Off)

Gates Four Golf and Country Club

Jack Britt

$55 $25

Newly renovated greens and mature trees that line the fairways characterize 6,895-yard course

6, 8, or 10 Games of Laser Tag at Black Ops Paintball, Courtesy of Laser Tag Tickets (Up to 56% Off)

Laser Tag Tickets

Black Ops Paintball

$48 $24

Laser tag games held at paintball course with challenging fields

Swing Shot Ride for Two or Four at ZipQuest (Up to 50% Off)

ZipQuest

Fayetteville

$30 $16

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Drop from a height of 35 feet and swing over the steep drop above Carver's Creek, a height of over 70 feet

Select Local Merchants

Mule/Wagon, Pony Rides for all types of events. Birthdays, Reunions, Festivals. We also offer Shaved Ice & Fresh Produce

5001 Maxwell Road
Autryville,
NC
US

Lisa's expert framers have been showcasing all manner of memorabilia in creative custom cages for nearly 30 years, and they have the experience to face any framing challenge with a variety of artistic outlines and long-lasting techniques. Immortalize important decisions by framing your humanities degree or showcase your sentimental mementos—such as actual hard copies of your sentiments—in a shadowbox frame. Because every matte-worthy Matisse or frameable Fig Newton is put under glass on-site, you can relax with the knowledge that your keepsakes are kept safe under the watchful gaze of the framers.

1226 Fort Bragg Rd
Fayetteville,
NC
US

Military tactics and stealthy instincts are key to conquering the five battlegrounds at Black Ops Paintball. At the regulation-sized PSP speedball field, players invade and defend as they maneuver through an open battlefield populated by inflatable bunkers and lighted for nighttime play. Ambush opportunities abound in the P.O.W. camp woodsball field, a theater inspired by jungle-style prisoner-of-war camps where combatants crouch behind sandbags, hide in foxholes, and snipe from a 25-foot guard tower. Black Ops Paintball's pro shop outfits its fighters in equipment from Tippmann, Empire, Planet Eclipse, and other top brands. Off the field, guests can load up on snacks from the onsite convenience store or enjoy a picnic outside with access to a grill, picnic tables, monkey bars, and a sandbox. Gamers also have the opportunity to rent the party room which is filled with pool tables, arcade games, and flat screen TVs.

2112 River Rd
Fayetteville,
NC
US

More than 8,000 square feet of space comprise RedPoint, a climbing gym set in a renovated warehouse. Nearly every inch has been set aside for towering climbing walls and exercise equipment to help climbers shore up their skills.

Within these confines, a team of instructors is on hand to teach the skills needed to conquer the facility’s tricky bouldering routes. They can also teach the fundamentals of belaying, which will help you to scale any of the more than 30 onsite climbing stations for top roping, lead climbing, or washing windows on the state capitol building. Back at ground level, you can tone your physique on pull-up bars, rowing machines, and Olympic weights as well as in CrossFit classes, which work on building core strength and overall fitness. The facility also hosts various kid-focused activities such as lock-ins, birthday parties, and corporate retreats for mountain goats.

5213 Raeford Rd
Fayetteville,
NC
US

The expert referees and staff at Black River Paintball have hosted games of speedball, woods play, and simulated urban warfare for more than 22 years. Outdoor fields at two locations—each spanning at least 85 acres of wooded terrain—comprise bunkers, particleboard barriers, and thick patches of undergrowth that serve as ideal spots for players to hunker down after assaults or botched Braveheart monologues. Onsite rental shops arm participants with all necessary equipment including markers, goggles, and paintballs. In addition to walk-on rounds, the facility accommodates players during annual tournaments and scenario games, including themed survival quests based on properties such as G.I. Joe, World of Warcraft, and Harold and the Purple Crayon.

5319 Yadkin Rd.
Fayetteville,
North Carolina
US

Kids have free reign over Busy Bodies Exploratory’s indoor playground. Inside the carpeted expanse, children can clamber around a school-bus-shaped play structure, lay out a toy meal on a child-sized dining room set, and solve rainbow-colored puzzles to impress the parents of other little ones, in addition to participating in arts and crafts and painting. While the playground's myriad stations are often the site of supervised, unstructured play, the center also hosts preschool from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. During class, students learn about a variety of topics, from science and math to arts and crafts, music, and reading.

204 Westwood Shopping Center
Fayetteville,
NC
US