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Fayetteville Parks And Recreation



Our Parks and Recreation system is comprised of over 70 parks, 3 recreational lakes (Lake Wilson, Lake Fayetteville and Lake Sequoyah), over 37.5 miles of trails (asphalt, concrete and natural), greenhouse facilities, ornamental gardens and the Yvonne Richardson Community Center. Fayetteville Parks and designed for you and your family. You'll find parks to fit every need, and equipped for all sorts of activities: picnicking, fishing, swimming, soccer, hiking, baseball, nature watching, walking and more. Fayetteville parks are the perfect place for public events, such as our Summer Concert Series. We want everyone to enjoy our beautiful city. One of our most popular and versatile features is our quickly growing trail network. Multi-Use trails are being constructed thoughout the city for walking, biking, jogging and rollerblading. These magnificent trails are ADA accessible, and are perfect for baby strollers, leisure walks, or getting to school or work. Along these trails you'll enjoy nature at its finest,from listening to trickling creek waters, observing wildlife and plant life and experiencing wetland habitats. Fayetteville Parks and Recreation is proud to offer a wide variety of award-winning facilities and recreational programs. Programs include: the Summer Concert Series, youth soccer, adult softball, volleyball, kickball, swimming, tennis, the Fayetteville Race Series (running, cycling, multi-sport events), nature walks, garden tours and other special activities. To learn more about our parks, trails, and programs or to reserve a park for a special event, please visit our website:
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Enjoy volunteering at running, cycling, and multi-sport racing events? WE NEED YOU!
Help is needed for the youth Splash & Dash race on Friday, August 4, 2017 as well as at the Square 2 Square Bike Ride on Saturday, September 16, 2017.