- Town in North Carolina
Rating 4.05 out of 5 40 reviews
Lincolnton has a small, but busy community feel. Everyone is extremely kind and helpful, tons of small businesses mixed in with a few bigger box stores. The community makes this town- we've lived here 3 years and have yet to come across a frowned face, unwelcome soul, or unwanted friendship. Truly a great place to raise a family and find yourself.
I was born and raised in this small town which is called Lincolnton. My grandparents found this town first and they saw it as a safe and wonderful place for their children's children to live in. Most of our families live here and have never moved ever since day one. Lincoln is a small and friendly town to live in. They have a famous event they do every year called the apple festival, and throw a big firework show every 4th of July. The diversity in this town is great, and the schools are also amazing for the kids to attend.
The town and surrounding areas are growing every year. Not much to do as a young adult without having a car but I loved growing up in the area. Great people and wonderful community environment.
There aren't many nice people here. Sometimes you will find the nicest people where funds are low. It's nice having new companies come in but the rates for employment are very low. Would like to see better employment options with higher pay.
I like how small the town is but it's still close enough to other cities to do anything you would want to.
It is a quiet peaceful town and a pleasant place to grow up. I have lived here since I was 6 years old.
Lincolnton is a clam, cool, and nifty small town which is a comfortable distance from the city and the mountains. It is not filled with too much to do but allows it's residents to travel closely to the attractions in nearby cities while still coming back home at the end of the day. The fact that it is a small town gives it several opportunities throughput the year for local events which many people in town participate in every year, making it a part of the culture. The demographics are pretty diverse. Overall, it is a great town to start a family in and live.
Lincolnton is a wonderful little town. It reminds me of Stars Hollow from the Gilmore Girls TV show. Most everyone knows everyone, it has cute shops, and wonderful in town restaurants. One of the new best things is that the town allows golf carts. It is so fun just to jump in your golf cart to go antiquing, get a cup of coffee at the local coffee shop, or have a bite to eat. It also has a rail trail for exercise, and it’s just a short walk away from most homes.
The town is growing bigger and bigger each year! New an d exciting things are constantly popping up like the Apple Festival and the Food and Wine festival. The town is great and it's such a friendly community.
I have lived in Lincolnton for most of my life. I think it is a nice place to grow up, however it lacks qualities that help shape an individual. Most importantly, I think it lacks diversity and racial tolerance. I would like to see more activities for youths in the community. I think we have a few healthy places to eat, but an unnecessary plethora of fast food locations.
Court Square is really nice, though the drivers around the area aren't to great. There's a coffee shop where people sell art, and poetry slams and small concerts sometimes take place there.
Very nice quiet town, sometimes feels boring but social lives and spiritual exploration fill in the gap.
It is a quiet town that offers various stores and food choices. Everything you could possibly need is close by and the people are super friendly. I just moved here in June and I already love it here because I feel so welcomed.
The town has a nice small town feel to it. There are a lot of small shops, but really not much to do. The hospital and doctors offices have been a good experience when ever I have had need of them. Most places to eat are great.
I have lived in Lincolnton my entire life and I have always found it to be a pretty safe and easy place to raise a family. The heart of Lincolnton is where you find the most diversity but not when it comes to food. Southern grease and fast food are mostly what you'll find unless you venture a little bit out into the county or surrounding cities such as Hickory, Gastonia, and Charlotte, rather than the town. Otherwise, if you are looking an affordable place to bring up your kids in an easy going town, Lincolnton is for you. Also on the plus side, the town has recently started putting a lot of money into recreation with improving our Rail Trail, planting flower beds, and a new splash pad for kids.
Lincolnton was a small town growing up but now that I'm older I realize that it has grown with me! The town is located a short drive outside of Charlotte with cheaper living expenses so many of the working class have decided to make Lincolnton their home. We have the perfect blend of small-town country people, educated sophisticates and tourists. Unlike other old towns, Lincolnton is old but is young at heart! Buildings have been maintained, the square hosts many festivals, shops are modern with old flair and grounds are manicured. Activities ranch from enjoying a horseback ride in the country, attending an annual town event, visiting a vineyard, catching a movie, walking on a town's trail or spending all day on a boat on Lake Norman. All in all, Lincolnton has something for everyone and I'm proud to call it home.
Lincolnton is a very friendly southern town that is becoming more diversified. It has a creative vibe with local artisans and theater guild. Local businesses are important to the area which boasts a quaint downtown square.