Lincoln County Historical Society
About Lincoln County Historical Society
Our historical park attempts to replicate one of the small communities that used to exist in rural Georgia. In Lincoln County, you drive by signs that say, Kenna, Liberty Hill, Goshen, Woodlawn, and many others, but there’s not much there – our park reminds us of what may have existed in these places.
The Lincoln County Historical Society is a non-profit association organized to perpetuate the economic and cultural history of Lincoln County. The park was created over the last 30 years by the Historical Society from a bare tract of land, using lots of elbow grease and almost completely volunteer labor.
Come and enjoy our display of treasures to help keep history alive.
We now have a Park Tour App for your Smartphone; download it from the Apple or Goggle store for free, search for "Lincoln County Historical Park". Use it in the park or from the comfort of your home.
We Thank Our Sponsors for their Generous Support
Beggs Funeral Home
City of Lincolnton
Crawford and Breazeale Drug Company
Commercial Insurance Services
Double Branches Baptist Church (in honor of Wyatt and Nina Albea)
El Sombrero Mexican Restaurant and Grill
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Farmers State Bank
First Assembly of God (in honor of Helen Burke)
Friendship Sunday School Class of Lincolnton United Methodist Church (in memory of Ben and Mobley Ross)
Goldman and Wengrow Department Store
H&H Industrial Maintenance
J&T Service Center
Dr. James Lemley
Lincoln County Government
Lively's Floor Covering
Mattison and Associates Surveyors
The Pursley Family (in memory of Doc and Flo Pursely)
R&W Auto Parts
Reed Trucking/Reed Propane
147 Lumber Street, Lincolnton, GA 30817