“Diversity” goes a long way in describing time spent experiencing Fayetteville. There’s so much to see and do in our cool town that it’s sometimes difficult to believe that we are only about 2900 folks strong. Outdoor recreation, unique restaurants, eclectic shops, history, culture, people, artist community; Fayetteville is a blend of past and present. You do not just visit this town; you immerse yourself in all it has to offer.
Here’s our bucket list of things you should do before leaving town.
* Heads-up! It might take more than one visit to do them all.
Find the faces on the courthouse.
See the New River Gorge Bridge.
Pose with General Lafayette.
Bench sit and watch the people go by.
Hike in the New River Gorge.
Ride a mountain bike.
Take a yoga class.
Buy fresh produce at the farmer’s market.
Find the dummy.
Look for art in places.
Take the kids to Playetteville.
Tune in to some live, local music.
Picnic at the Town Park.
Catch a live performance at the Historic Fayette Theater.
Find out who is Charlie McCoy.
Book and outdoor adventure; rafting, zip lining, bridge walking, rock climbing, fishing.
Experience a unique restaurant.
Visit the shops for a Fayetteville souvenir.
Take a plane ride over the New River Gorge.
Find the sculpture and murals.
Ask a native about Frog Town.
Do some bird watching.