ATV Recreation
The Lincoln Lakes area is home to an excellent ATV Trail system with four active ATV clubs: Penobscot Offroad Riders, Mt. Jefferson Backcountry Riders, Sebeoeis Stream AVT Club and Dwinal Pond 4 Seasons Club. To view area ATV map, click on the link below.

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Children’s Activities
Lincoln is a great place for kids! From swimming to scouting, there is something fun for your child in Lincoln.

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Horseback riding, swimming, Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts, skiing/walking/running/snowshoeing, dancing, and more.


Fishing
The Lincoln Lakes area boasts excellent pond and lake fishing, and world-class bass fishing on the Penobscot River. For information on local fishing areas, please see our handy guide.

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Fitness and Wellness
Lincoln has excellent public walking trails for walking, running, skiing, snowshoeing and more. To learn more about the fitness trail and other fitness, spa and wellness services, please download our guide.

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Hiking
Lincoln is central to the some of the state's best hiking. North is Mt. Katahdin in Baxter State Park (named one of National Geographic's Top Ten Summit Hikes) and east is Acadia National Park, along with Gulf Hagas and other local attractions. For links to hiking trails:

www.lincolnmaine.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Regional-Hiking.pdf


Homecoming 2017
July 20-23, 201
Throughout town



JATO Highlands Golf Course
175 Town Farm Road
Lincoln ME 04457
207-794-2433
eric@jatohighlands.com
www.jatohighlands.com


Lincoln Historical Society
LHS hours, call 207-794-4440
29 West Broadway
Lincoln ME


Lincoln Memorial Library
Hours: Open Monday to Friday 10 AM to 5PM, and Saturday 9-12 pm (every 2nd and 4th Saturday)
21 West Broadway
Lincoln ME
(207) 794-2765
www.lincolnmaine.org/library/
The Lincoln Memorial Library always has something going on and with about 34,000 items to choose from, there’s most likely something to your liking. They have a fantastic children's program, public computers, and more. If you’re interested in volunteering at the library you can choose from two options: The Library Advisory Committee or the Friends of the Lincoln Library.


Public Swimming
To learn about public access beaches and swimming areas in Lincoln and the surrounding area, please visit:

www.lincolnmaine.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Swimming.pdf


Snowmobiling
The Lincoln Lakes region is fantastic for winter recreation. With major snowmobile trails passing through the town, we are an excellent starting point for your winter adventure. For an interactive trail map, please see the link

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Water Recreation
Lincoln is home to 13 lakes and the beautiful Penobscot River. It is the perfect place to get your boat on the water for fishing, water sports, wildlife sightings and relaxation. To learn more about boat launch locations: please visit the webpage listed.

lincolnmaine.org/lincolns-boat-landings/


Winter Activities
Enjoy the snow with this list of fun winter activities.

www.lincolnmaine.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Winter-Activities.pdf
Alpine skiing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing