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Park Yourself Here!
Parking is in ample supply at the Lincoln County Apple Festival. While many people enjoy parking along the curb on a neighboring street and walking the few blocks to Main Street, others prefer the parking lot approach. There are several options.[/paragraph]
Kiwanis Club Shuttle: Just think: no traffic! For just a few dollars per round trip per person, you can ride from the Lincolnton High School parking lot on North Aspen Street right to the edge of the festival.
Lion’s Club Parking: Park just steps from Main Street. That’s convenient for securely stowing your purchases while you enjoy the festivities. Lion’s Club parking lots are located behind Raymond James Financial Services at 517 East Main Street, behind First Citizens Bank at 112 North Laurel Street, and behind First Citizen’s Bank at 425 East Main Street.
The best way to access the Lion’s Club lots from Main Street is to turn right at the barricades at the Lincolnton Police Department at the corner of Main and Flint Streets, go two blocks to Pine Street and turn left. Continue two blocks to Laurel Street and turn left again. Soon you’ll see Lions in their yellow vests directing you in the right direction.
Behind Freedom Church: The parking lot behind Freedom Church, at the corner of Sycamore and Academy, is just one block off of all the Main Street Action. Access by Sycamore or Pine.
Special Needs Parking: There are a very limited number of spaces available near the south side of the Court Square at Emmanuel Lutheran Church and across the street at Bank of America. People in wheelchairs or who are otherwise severely limited in mobility may park in these spaces free of charge to enjoy the Festival. These are on a first-come, first-serve availability. Display your handicap tag to gain entry.
Individuals who are less severely limited in their mobility should take advantage of the Kiwanis Shuttle (not handicap accessible) from the high school, or the Lion’s Club parking options.
The Apple Festival wishes to thank Emmanuel Lutheran Church and Bank of America for providing space for special needs parking and to the Kiwanis and Lion’s Club for their parking assistance.