Lincoln is home to 13 lakes. Some argue 14 because part of Upper Cold Stream is actually in Lincoln. The point can be argued either way. If you’re looking for lake access, you’ve come to the right place. This information should provide you with an idea of where our access ramps are. Contact the local Bass Masters for upcoming fishing events and competitions.
Note: All directions originate from the intersection of Access Rd. and Rt. 2 from I-95.
Upper Cold Stream Pond AKA Big Narrows
The Upper Cold Stream Boat launch, aka “Big Narrows” has signage on the Stanhope Mill Road, a rock free route to launch your boat, new concrete ramps, and a 32-foot dock.
Little Narrows Boat Launch
Located off Transalpine Rd, the Little Narrows boat launch has a concrete ramp for easy loading and unloading of your boat.
South Lincoln Boat Landing
Not only a spectacular boat landing, it’s now a great place to picnic and walk through trails. Stop by and see some of the improvements to our Flag Ship Boat Landing. Trail development was made possible from a grant from the Sprint for Life Coalition.
Directions to South Lincoln Turn right onto Route 2 and go 2 miles, the landing is on the right. This boat landing has picnic accommodations including tables, hibachis, horseshoe pits, a generally serene environment to relax with the family.
Mattanawcook Boat Landing
Turn left onto Route 2, go straight through light, at the “T” go left onto Main St. take first right onto Lake St. the landing is on the right.
Gazebo Boat Docks
Located on Mattanawcook Pond.
Folsom Pond Boat Landing
Go straight onto Penobscot Valley Ave., go left at “T” and then take first right by Hospital onto Transalpine Rd. go 2.4 mi and turn left onto Clay Rd. go 2.5 mi. to fork and go right, at second fork go left and at T go right, landing will be on the left.
Stump Pond Boat Launch
Stump Pond Boat Launch is on Frost Street. Stump Pond is a very shallow pond, only small boats are allowed, but it does boast some of the best bass fishing in Lincoln!