Welcome to Lincoln
Named “The 2020 Town of the Year” in a Sports 92.9 Ticket poll, this town is known as the “Home of 13 Lakes” and lays along the banks of the mighty Penobscot River. Originally a mill town, Lincoln is in the process of redefining itself as it moves into the future. There are interesting activities for all types of visitors year-round, and more are being added frequently.
A must-see while you are in Lincoln, is the Medal of Honor recipient MSG. Gary Gordon statue at the Lincoln Veterans Memorial Park. Gordon, a member of Delta Force, lost his life defending his comrades in Somalia in 1993, and the movie “Black Hawk Down” was based on this incident. Click link below to read the town’s tribute to him.
The town of Lincoln has held a Harvest Moon Festival in October for years, but this year's event has been changed to September 17th. More information is being released soon, so check back for more details as they become available!
Pine Tree Trailblazers
Trailblazers Nicastro’s Landscaping & Home Improvement, Hogan Tire, Treeline/Maine Land Store, Machias Savings Bank, Steaks N' Stuff, Lincoln Powersports, Ashley's Ice Cream/Drinkwater's Variety, and Barnes Brook Golf Course/Pizza Grill have their businesses here in the Lincoln Lakes Region. Thanks to them and their support, the nearly 500-mile Pine Tree Trail will be recognized once again!
Nicastro's Landscaping & Home Improvement Inc.
405 West Broadway
Lincoln, Me. 04457
(207) 794-6337 (office)
(207) 290-0451 (Owner, Frank Nicastro, Mobile)
(207) 290-1432 (Lawn Care Specialist, Eric Dubay, Mobile)
35 Access Rd
Chester, ME 04457
6 Penobscot Valley Avenue
PO Box 7
Lincoln, ME 04457
Steaks N' Stuff
14 Mechanic St, Lincoln, ME 04457
Lincoln (207) 794-8912
Lincoln Power Sports
Lincoln (207) 794-8100
Ashley's Ice Cream and Drinkwater's Variety
663 West Broadway
Lincoln Maine 04457
Rich and creamy Homemade ice cream, live or steamed lobsters, and much more!
It's that time of year again! As summer gets sleepy and fall peeks around corners, the leaves put on their finest colors. The Greater Lincoln area is one of the most beautiful areas of the state for foliage viewing. Why not spend some time recharging? A trip on the Pine Tree Trail could be just what the doctor ordered!
The local ATV club, Penobscot Off Road Riders, maintain an extensive trail system that offers a wide range of terrain types and difficulty levels. You will not be disappointed in your experiences on these trails. In Lincoln itself, there are several eateries where you can have something to eat and drink while taking a break. Fuel is also available. For more info you can check out their Facebook page by clicking below.
The Lincoln Snowhounds is the club here that maintain and groom the trails that thousands of riders travel on. Click here to check them out and get information about the trails and any activities they might be hosting, including their annual Snocross races. With great connections to trails around them, one can ride for hours or even days if they choose to.
Of course, an angler would love this area! With some of the best small-mouth bass fishing in Maine on the Penobscot River, countless hours of rest and relaxation can be enjoyed while wetting a line.
For Boat landings in the Lincoln Lakes area, you can click the link below to access the Town website's "boat landings page" for more information.
Lincoln has a variety of options for overnight accommodations. There are several motels, camps and lodges, and vacation rentals in the area ready to serve you.
From quick grab and go establishments and pizza parlors to sit down and relax eateries, Lincoln has just what you need when hunger strikes.
Who doesn’t love fresh food, vegetables and fruit, and home-made goods and crafts? Lincoln hosts a Farmers’ Market every Friday (during warm weather) in the center of town that showcases the wonderful products that make Maine so special. Whether you are craving a nice, relaxing meal or a quicker option, Lincoln offers folks a good range of choices to pick from.
With a wide variety of shops and markets to choose from, there are many chances to browse this town’s retail stores.
If you like to take care of yourself while on vacation, there are places in town to work out, get a massage, or have your hair and nails done as well as an old-fashioned barber shop.
Dial 911 for emergency services
Lincoln Town Office: (207) 794-3372
Lincoln Maine Historical Society: (207) 794-8996