The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals, in and around the Fayetteville area, find resources in our community.
If you have a service-focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at [email protected].
Provides a variety of outdoor opportunities, including lighted tennis and volleyball courts, picnic pavilions, sports/multipurpose fields, walking trails, a historic interpretive areas, and children's playgrounds. The picnic pavilions may be reserved in advance. The park operates year round.
Provides opportunities for recreation and education for citizens of Spring Lake. Summer: baseball, t-ball, summer day camp. Playground activities for children. Fall/Spring: basketball, football, cheerleading, and soccer. Parks: Mendoza Park, Odell Road Park, Ruth Street Park, Wilson Avenue Mini Park. Afterschool Program at Community Center. Multipurpose Community Center offers: basketball court, nautilus equipment fitness room, three classrooms and banquet room, commercial kitchen with equipment, and game room.
Enriches, inspires and serves the region as a dynamic center for the collection, culture and aesthetic display of plants. Promote environmental stewardship and provides educational resources for the community. Offers walking trails, special events, tours, and school projects. Call or check website for admissions and hours.
Provides opportunities for recreation for citizens of Spring Lake and Cumberland County. Operates Community Center Facility to include indoor gymnasium, classrooms, fitness center, full kitchen, walking trails, and classes for all ages. Operates Senior Center that is dedicated to provide services to seniors of Spring Lake and Cumberland County. Operates all outdoor parks to include Mendoza, Odell Road, Ruth Street, and Wilson Avenue, all picnic/shelter areas, ball fields, playgrounds, and tennis courts. Sponsors Senior Games for Region M.
The City of Fayetteville Community Development Deparmtne operates a network of neighborhood resource centers located throughout the city. The centers are in low to moderate income communites to give citizens convenient access to resource. The primary focus is to provide the adult job seeker with educational tools and special training that will enhance employability.