The Best of Small-Town America
Lincoln County and Fayetteville offer an unparalleled quality of life that brings residents the true benefits of the small-town and rural lifestyle with the added bonus of big-city convenience within a short drive.
The picturesque town square in Fayetteville thrives as the hub of activity in the town, with boutiques and stores offering a wide range of products, as well as restaurants, a historic movie theatre and professional services.
The area is rich in history, and the Lincoln County Museum contains a large variety of items and artifacts from days gone by including an enormous arrowhead collection, military artifacts, and medical and agriculture exhibits. The Chamber of Commerce also sponsors a walking tour of Fayetteville's lovely historic homes.
Sense of Community
Fayetteville and Lincoln County are proud of the tight-knit nature of our citizens. Our people bond as friends at church, in community organizations such as Civitan, Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions Club, VFW, Knights of Columbus, Elks Club, Junior Round Dozen, Shriners, Leadership Lincoln and other organizations.
Whatever your interest, you will find a group that shares your passions in Lincoln County. Some of our associations include the Livestock Association, Literacy Council, Humane Society, Pilot Club, Garden Club, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Elk River Forestry Association, Daughters of the American Revolution, Association of Retarded Citizens. Elk Valley Car Club, Main Street Association, and Elk Valley Crafters. There are dozens of others.
For those interested in the arts, the Carriage House Players is a local acting troupe, and we also are proud to have the Denim Dusters Square Dancers and a very active Museum Association and Arts Council.
For the kids, there are lots of activities as well, such as the 4-H Club, Falcon Club, Boy and Girl Scouts and numerous opportunities to learn and make friends.