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. 

Lincoln Area Chamber 2nd Annual Scholarship 


Winner will be announced on Facebook Live at 6pm, Saturday, September 17th.


Featured Chamber Business Member

Save A Life Statement of Purpose: Save A Life, a grassroots non-profit in rural Lincoln, Maine, collaborates with local, state, and federal governments as well as private foundations and community organizations to provide recovery resources to persons affected by substance use disorders in Lincoln, Lee, Winn, Woodville, Carroll Plantation, Springfield, Mattawamkeag, Enfield, Howland, Burlington, Seboeis, Chester, Lakeville, Lowell, and Prentis. Last year, over three thousand attendees benefited from the recovery resources, programs and activities provided at the Save A Life Community Recovery Resource Center. Save A Life along with its partners seeks to ensure recovery resources are available to all persons affected by substance use disorders in rural Lincoln and the surrounding communities. People can and do recovery!

Located at 19 VFW St., Lincoln

Recently Featured Business Members

Backyard Adventures


Eagle Lodge

600 Folsom Pond Rd., Lincoln

Select Design & Embroidery

130 Main St, Lincoln

The BikeMaine Weekend

The Town of Lincoln is hosting the Bicycle Coalition of Maine's BikeMaine Weekend on August 26-28, 2022! The three-day event will feature two different routes each day—both short (30-35 miles) and long (50-55 miles) options—as well as four catered meals, fully stocked rest stops, and route support that includes maps, signage, SAG vehicles, and mechanical and medical assistance. The BikeMaine Village will make its return in 2022, complete with on-site camping, nightly entertainment, and a Maine Beer Company beer garden. The Village will encompass both Cobb Field—the waterfront greenspace belonging to Mattanawcook Junior High School—and nearby Prince Thomas Park.

BikeMaine was previously a weeklong event, but a truncated version was introduced in 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. “We also hope a shorter, more accessible, and more affordable event will appeal to a wider ridership,” BCM Event Manager Emily Lozeau says. “It’s one example of our ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

To learn more about the event and purchase tickets, visit the Bicycle Coalition of Maine's website.

2022 Business Expo & Job Fair

Thank you to all that came out and joined us for our Business Expo & Job Fair last Saturday. The weather was on our side and attendance was fantastic! Thank you to our vendors for coming out and sharing great resources of information regarding their organizations. As well as showcasing job opportunities for our local community.

A special THANK YOU to The Whitetail Inn for hosting us!

LLRCC Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies 2022

Congratulations to all of our new business owners!


19 VFW St., Lincoln

Lincoln Smiles Dentistry

97 Lee Rd., Lincoln

Just Baked

115 W Broadway, Unit 2B, Lincoln

Steaks N' Stuff

14 Mechanic Street Lincoln

R.H. Foster Energy

110 River Rd., Lincoln

RE/MAX Collaborative

202 W Broadway, Lincoln

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!