Lincoln Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce

Mission Statement:
The Lincoln Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce is a forward thinking, proactive organization, committed to supporting its members in achieving and maintaining a positive business environment. 

Featured Chamber Business Member

H & R Block of Lincoln

Featured Chamber Business Member for today is H & R Block of Lincoln. H&R Block is a company that strives to do the right thing for their clients, employees, and the community. When the time comes to retire, H&R Block offers exit strategies for selling your business so your clients and staff will be secure.

Located at 21 Lee Rd., Lincoln  

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Previously Featured Chamber Business Member

Knights of Columbus

1003 Main St., Lincoln

Heart of Maine, Winery

27 School St., Lincoln

Handcrafted Lincoln

336 Main St., Lincoln

2024 Chamber Events

Root Beer Floats

Lincoln Loon Festival

July 20th

Scholarship Cash Raffle

June-Sept

in-person ticket sales

Halloween Business Decorating Contest

local business event

October

Christmas Business Decorating Contest

local business event

December

Welcome to the Lincoln Lakes Region

With nearly 70 miles of shore frontage, 19 miles of river frontage, over 4,300 acres of water, and 22,000 acres of woodland, Lincoln is one of the best-kept secrets in Maine.  No matter what the season is, there is an outdoor activity for everyone to enjoy.

Lincoln is a small New England town full of charm and is the service center of northern Penobscot County. Its central location in the state of Maine, regional airport, and 13 lakes provide accessibility, recreation, and convenience for our visitors. Our downtown and surrounding areas are active, vibrant, and provide many options for shopping, dining, and accommodations for your visit.  

Conveniently located off 195 Exit 227

We hope you enjoy your stay!

The Maine Highlands

The Maine Highlands is a place that invites you to slow down, unplug, and leave the beaten path. You never know what you’ll discover. From rare moments for reflection and connection with a wild landscape, to a stroll through small-towns. 

Visit The Maine Highlands !

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