Fairmont at a Glance
Fairmont is a historic tobacco community that welcomes visitors to play golf, visit antique shops and tour an art gallery and manufacturing plant. The Border Belt Tobacco Market is open during the months of July, August, September and October. Tourist from Canada and the East Coast of USA have enjoyed playing Flag Tree Golf Club for over 30 years.
Places to Stay in Fairmont
I-95 Exit 20 & 22 offer Major fast food & leisure dining as well as hotels and motels. The Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn, Comfort Inn Suites, Fairfield Inn, Quality Inn & Days Inn are located at these exits in nearby Lumberton.
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Places to Eat in Fairmont
I-95 Exit 22 offers Denny’s, Ruby Tuesdays & Ryans Steakhouse. Exit 20 offers McDonalds, Taco Bell, Burger King, Wendy’s and Cracker Barrel. Local Favorites are John’s, Adelio’s and Pleasant Pizza.
Places to Go in Fairmont
Tee the ball high and let it fly straight down one of Flag Tree’s championship fairways! Golf is a year round activity and visitors are welcome to play everyday. Visiting Fairmont Art Productions will give you insight to modern art and the production of ready to paint canvas manufacturing. The town of Fairmont offers antique and gift shops. Fairmont’s level terrain makes walking a breeze. Y’all come now, you hear!
Getting Around Fairmont
Take exit 10 off I-95 and travel east on Chicken Road to Highway 41 in Fairmont. Highway 41 runs through downtown and will intersect all major village streets. Stay on 41 until you intersect Highway 130 By-Pass. Turn left and you will find a championship golf course waiting for your foursome!
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