Lincolnton is a charming city located in Lincoln County, North Carolina, United States, within the Charlotte metropolitan area. The population was 10.683 at the 2010 census. Lincolnton is northwest of Charlotte, on the South Fork of the Catawba River, and near the junction of State Highway 27 and US Route 321.
In June 1781 Lincolnton's location was the site of the Battle of Ramsour's Mill, a small engagement in which local Loyalists were defeated by pro-independence forces. Lincolnton was the site of the first textile mill built in the state, constructed by Michael Schenck in 1813. Lincolnton is a wonderful holiday destination, where you can relax, have a great time from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Lincoln County Museum-History has an extensive collection and is a vital part of the history and heritage of Lincolnton. One of the museum's most essential and important collections is the Association and Museum's Archives. Contained in this collection are the organisation's charter, bylaws, financial records, minutes, personnel records, newsletters and records of exhibits, publications, programs, special events and officer's and Museum Director's correspondence. It is a wonderful place, where you can learn more interesting information on the history of Lincolnton.
Elijah Clark State Park in Lincolnton is a wonderful place. If you are a camper then it hard to have a bad experience no matter where you go. Elijah Clark is a large park with many campsites, most with great views of the lake. Visitors can do a lot of activities, such as fishing, camping, swimming, boating, walking and hiking. The facilities of the Campsite are diverse, ranging from restaurants, bathrooms and showers.
FATZ is a an all-American restaurant located in Lincolnton, that provides a wide range of dishes. The service is excellent, the food is great. You can have anything you want, from steaks, hamburgers, pasta, pizza, to soups, fries and pancakes or chicken pot pie. You will surely be more than satisfied with the many types of dishes.