Spring Lake is a town in Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States. The 2010 registration recorded the populace at 11,964 people, with an expected populace in 2019 of 12,005.
The current name of the town originally showed up around 1923 when Arthur Priddy opened the Spring Lake administration station according to the lake (Spring Lake Pond) that ran alongside the rail line. Already, the zone was classified “Clayton Cut”, because of the pathway carve that went through the zone where the railroad later lived, and furthermore “Sovereign’s Siding”, after a man named Prince who possessed a sawmill on this land.
Spring Lake was authoritatively fused on April 9, 1951. Grady Howard was named break city hall leader on this date, and was formally chosen the main chairman of Spring Lake on June 5, 1951.
The advanced development spray starting in World War II is ascribed to the vicinity of Fort Bragg.
Long Valley Farm was recorded on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
Spring Lake is situated in northwestern Cumberland County at 35°10′39″N 78°58′32″W (35.177593, – 78.975501). It is flanked toward the south by the city of Fayetteville, the Cumberland County seat, toward the west by Hoke and Moore provinces, and toward the north by Harnett County. Huge bits of as far as possible are involved by Pope Air Force Base and parts of Fort Bragg.
North Carolina Highways 87 and 24 run simultaneously through the town, driving south 11 miles (18 km) to downtown Fayetteville. NC 87 leads north 26 miles (42 km) to Sanford, while NC 24 runs northwest 31 miles (50 km) to Carthage. North Carolina Highway 210 leads upper east 18 miles (29 km) to Lillington and southeast as Murchison Road 10 miles (16 km) to downtown Fayetteville.
As indicated by the United States Census Bureau, the town of Spring Lake has an all out region of 23.2 square miles (60.2 km2), of which 23.1 square miles (59.7 km2) is land and 0.19 square miles (0.5 km2), or 0.88%, is water.The Little River, a feeder of the Cape Fear River, runs the length of the town from west to east, passing north of the town community.