Ever growing and always looking to the future, Lincoln has become a service center to a regional population of 25,000 while retaining its small town New England town character. In addition to a full slate of merchants and restaurants, Lincoln is also home to Penobscot Valley Hospital and Health Access Network, state-of-the art medical facilities, a veteran’s clinic and a full service dialysis center. “All roads lead to Lincoln” is the best way to describe Lincoln’s key role as the commercial, industrial and education hub for the entire Lincoln Lakes Region – bringing in tourists and the transports of goods from all U.S. points south and west, to the Maritime Provinces of Canada. With nearly 70 miles of shore frontage, 19 miles of river frontage, over 4,300 acres of water, and 22,000 acres of woodlands, it is no wonder why Lincoln has been called the undiscovered Maine.
There is always something happening from the Summer Concert Series at the Gazebo, Sno-Cross Races, the winter-time Festival of Lights Parade and tree lighting ceremony, Business Expo or the largest event of all – the River drivers Homecoming Festival, a 4 day event which takes place the third week of July, complete with fireworks, music and a parade. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of the magic this year in Lincoln.