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Vacationland / The Way Life Should Be

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All That Maine Has to Offer

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Lakes in Town of Lincoln

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Lincoln, Maine

Come for The Lakes, Stay for The Lifestyle

Many people will describe Maine as “the way life should be” or “vacationland.” They’ve got it right! Maine abounds with so many opportunities that allow you to get away from the hustle and bustle that life often throws at us. The diversity of outdoor activities that are offered from the pristine wilderness to pine forest mountain ranges to crystal clear waterways and majestic shorelines make Maine your adventure destination!

If you can’t make Maine your everyday playground, why not make it a getaway location. Whether you want to experience nature’s breathtaking beauty, raft down a glacial river, watch the sun crest atop the mountains, enjoy basking in the sun on one of the beaches along Maine’s 3000+ mile coastline, climb Mt. Katahdin or numerous other mountains, speed across a frozen lake on a snowmobile, or just enjoy an unhurried pace of life, Maine has all that to offer plus more.

Lincoln alone is home to 13 lakes! If you are a water enthusiast, then you have come to a town rich in recreational opportunities and water lands to explore, boat, fish, and swim at!

There are also 14,000+ miles of snowmobile trails in Maine to explore! The Lincoln Snowhounds and the Penobscot Off Road Riders ATV Club maintain local trails as well as host several events throughout the year. Lincoln Powersports/ Access Auto and Richard’s Sport Shop can supply all of your snowmobile and ATV needs!

Hunting and fishing are also popular recreational activities in Maine. Contact End Mark Guide Service to set up a guided trip!.

Places to Visit

Great Locations to Visit

Acadia National Park
One of Maine’s most visited locations with 47,000+ acres to explore. It is located 96 miles from the town of Lincoln.
A protected wilderness waterway stretching 92 miles of lakes and rivers. It is located 175 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Baxter State Park
Home of Mt. Katahdin and where the Appalachian Trail ends. It is 77 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Big Rock Mountain
Ski area in Mars Hill that is great place for the whole family to ski, snowboard, or snow tube. It is located 109 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Gulf Hagas
The Grand Canyon of Maine. It is located 53 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Morgan's Beach
A beautiful sandy public beach on Cold Stream Pond in Enfield. It is located 9 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Moxie Falls
One of Maine’s largest waterfalls with a 90 foot vertical drop. It is located 120 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Patten Lumbermen's Museum
A museum celebrating Maine’s logging history. It is located 53 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Sugarloaf Mountain
Resort that has the largest ski area east of the Rockies and one of New England’s premier golf courses. It is located 135 miles from the town of Lincoln.
Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park Campground
A park with campsites, 15 miles of trails for hiking and biking, fishing and canoeing opportunities, and a recreational hall. It is located 20 miles from the town of Lincoln.

Local Info & Resources

What the Area Has to Offer

While Lincoln, Maine has a small town feel, it has all the amenities that you will ever need! From restaurants to gocery stores to the hospital to car shops to the quaint family business to the farmer's market, it is all here!

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