Homes for Rent in Spring Lake, NC
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Fed by the Little River and nestled securely between the Pope Air Force Base and Fort Bragg sits the quiet, idyllic little town of Spring Lake, North Carolina. Formerly called “Clayton Cut” after the short-cut like path that ran along the rail trail, the name Spring Lake caught on in 1923 when an enterprising man by the name of Arthur Priddy opened the town’s first service station by that name. He, the railroad, and a sawmill quietly conducted business in Cumberland County’s northwest until World War II began, and changed everything.
Suddenly, the town’s population exploded as soldiers stationed in and around Fort Bragg settled there to raise their families. The town was officially incorporated in 1951, and today boasts a population of nearly 12,000 residents.
The town’s motto, inspired by the teamwork and dedication of the three grade school students who designed the town flag, is “Unity for Prosperity.” This has been Spring Lake’s motto since 1978, and the town lives out this principle faithfully, boasting a public website with a full calendar of local events including virtual storytelling, soccer meets, and charity events. If you want a place to live where you feel like a true neighbor on your block, look no further than Spring Lake, North Carolina.
- Long Valley Farm is a historic farm and recognized national historic district. This two-story, five-bay home is a fantastic example of the Colonial Revival architectural style.
- Carvers Creek State Park is a small, pet-friendly park with over 10 miles of multi-use trails. The park is lined by a beautiful longleaf pine forest and is suitable for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
- The Anderson Creek Golf Club offers a challenging “Davis Love III” design. Open to both private and public play, the area includes 18 holes, a large, grassy practice range, and on-site dining facilities.
- The Fort Bragg Clay Target Center is one of the largest facilities offering shotgun target shooting in North Carolina. Open to the public and to target shooters of all levels, this is a fun and exciting place to spend an afternoon.