Caving in the winter gives you a break from the snow, but still lets you be out in nature. At a stable 52 degrees, you can take babies as young as .01 into the main cave. However, we recommend the Wild Cave Tour (ages 10 and up), in a real, dark, crawling-on-your-belly cave. It’s far more adventurous.
Bridge Brew Works Tap Room
How does a town as tiny as Fayetteville get its own brewery? Perseverance and dedication to a craft, two qualities the folks at Bridge Brew Works have in spades, that’s how. You can find Bridge Brew Works craft beer at most local restaurants, but for the full experience, drop into their tap room. Hours and info here.
It’s not technically an adventure. Okay, it’s technically the antithesis of an adventure, but it’s still something to put on your radar.
Two miles as the crow flies (four as the car drives) from our place, you’ll find the sleepy burg of Fayetteville, which has quietly yet aggressively seized the mantle of culinary capital of the region. An eclectic mom-and-pop mix of everything from Americana to pizza and Thai cuisine await to bookend your adventures with hearty breakfasts and dinners. Take your pick.