Historically Lincoln Maine has been primarily a woodland logging community. This fair-sized town -named after the sixth governor of Maine - sit amidst vasts tracts of natural settings. Situated close to popular spots such as Baxter state Park and Mt. Katahdin, and with 4100 acres of its land consumed by remarkably clean and clear lakes and ponds. Lincoln is a resting place at the heart of a natural entertainment bounty.
With 13 lakes, the Penobscot River, easy access to some of Maine's best fishing, hiking, ATV and snowmobiling, Lincoln Maine is a great hub for Maine outdoor recreation.