If you're looking for homes for rent in an area that's part small city, part suburb, consider checking out East Fayetteville, North Carolina. Considered part of Fayetteville, the state's sixth-largest urban area, the community is separated from the city proper by the Cape Fear River. Renters in the area might also want to see Roseboro, 22 miles to the east, or Red Springs, which is about 28 miles away. That being said, there's more than enough in East Fayetteville to amuse yourself.
Fun Facts About East Fayetteville
It's very easy to travel in East Fayetteville - the Fayetteville Regional Airport, in the city proper, is only about 5 miles away, and the city links up easily with Interstate 95.
Within the city - though you might have to venture across the river to see some sites - there are many historical areas, seven museums, three colleges and many other sources of entertainment.
The Cape Fear River separates the east side of the city from the rest of the urban area. This is the largest river basin in North Carolina, and is contained completely within the state.
Resources for East Fayetteville Renters
After arriving in East Fayetteville, renters will want to contact the Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department to learn more about the various parks and facilities in this region of the metropolitan area. For instance, they might want to visit Mable C. Smith Park, which features basketball courts and picnic spaces.
To move around the east side of the city and traverse into other nearby neighborhoods, those new to the region may want to consider getting a bus pass and checking out the Fayetteville Area System of Transit's website. This page shows maps, rates and features a trip planning widget.