Spring Lake is a small town in North Carolina, with less than 15,000 residents located within 23 square miles. Nearby Fort Bragg and Pope Field Air Force Base have contributed to the growth in this area, with many residents in Spring Lake employed by US Air Force and the Army. Spring Lake is a working-class town, with many affordable and family-friendly areas for people looking to settle down and raise a family in a quiet place.
Save this search & be the first to know when new listings hit the market!
Spring Lake's downtown area is a record of the past, with historically significant buildings that are being restored in an effort to preserve their architectural and historical significance. Not including the military area, Spring Lake is divided into five neighborhoods: Twin Lakes, Anderson Creek, Hairtown, the downtown town center, and Manchester. These neighborhoods are mostly rural, with a very diverse population in terms of ethnicity, age, and economic standing, which makes for eclectic and unique communities. The exceptions are the neighborhoods of Anderson Creek and Twin Lakes, which are fairly newer communities that feature larger and more current homes that were built within the past ten years.
Home Buying Resources
Ask a Question
Recently asked questions in North Carolina. More Q&A
Located at the top of Spring Lake, Carvers Creek State Park offers canoeing on the lake, plentiful fishing, and miles of trails to hike, walk, and wander around. Encompassing more than 4,000 acres total, Carvers Creek includes Long Valley Farm, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Spring Lake's mild climate means that the temperature rarely falls below 45 degrees, which makes for year-round comfort and lush plant life. This greenery is on full display at Cape Fear Botanical Garden, located just 20 minutes away in Fayetteville, where thousands of lights illuminate the plants and trees at Christmastime to create a twinkling winter wonderland. Browse our available listings in Spring Lake today to find you own little corner of North Carolina to call home.