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Living in Cumberland County

With a mild climate averaging 44 degrees in winter and an average of 217 sunny days per year, it's easy to enjoy the areas amenities year-round. North Carolina's gorgeous coastline - and all its beaches - are just a two drive away, while the pristine mountains of Western North Carolina - with its hiking and skiing - are within a four-hour drive.

Cumberland County has a population of 320,000 and is home to four institutes of higher learning - Methodist University, Fayetteville State University, Campbell University and Fayetteville Technical Community College. It is also the home to the largest U.S. Army base. Fort Bragg.

Location, mild climate, low cost of living and a patriotic spirit make Cumberland County a great place to live!

Learn more about the City of Fayetteville here.