Thursday, May 25th, 2017

We hope you will visit  Lincoln, Maine this summer.  We have great fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and swimming here. If you’ve never experienced the Lincoln Lakes Region before, we’ve compiled a list of the public boat launches in town for you, including the Penobscot River public boat launch. We also included Prince Thomas Park, which is our local beach. The Edwards Family Children’s Fishing Pond and Rocky Brook (for kids under 15 to fish) are also on the list. We hope this will be helpful when you visit Lincoln. 

Long Pond Public Boat Launch- can also access Egg Pond and Caribou 45° 24' 35.207"N / 68° 26' 6.468"W Long Pond Road

Folsom Pond Public Boat Launch-can also access Crooked Pond 45° 20' 28.428"N / 68° 26' 53.771"W 500 Folsom Pond Road

Mattanawcook Lake Public Boat Launch- 45° 21' 43.848"N / 68° 30' 4.319"W Lake Street

Prince Thomas Park- public beach. Lake Street

Upper Cold Stream Pond Public Boat Launch (aka Big Narrows)- 45° 17' 40.523"N / 68° 29' 22.379"W Furrough Lane

Little Narrows Public Boat Launch- 45° 18’13.0” N /68°27’29.1” W 900 Transalpine Rd

Cold Stream Pond Public Boat Launch-(primitive, carry in site) 45° 17' 49.631"N / 68° 31' 32.268"W 19 Go Devil Road

Stump Pond Public Boat Launch-great bass fishing, relatively shallow 45° 23' 2.363"N / 68° 28' 37.271"W Frost Street South

Lincoln Penobscot River Public Boat Launch- 45° 20" 30.516"N / 68° 34' 11.964"W 735 West Broadway

Edwards Family Children’s Fishing Pond- 45° 21' 26.459"N / 68° 32' 4.452"W 33 Airport

 Rocky Brook-  45°19’53.7” N / 68°30’03.1” W 398 Transalpine Rd