Lincoln is nestled in the heart of the White Mountains and offers a spectacular blend of natural beauty, outdoor adventure, and historic charm. It has something to offer everyone, whether you’re seeking a thrilling outdoor adventure or a relaxing escape. Lincoln is the second-largest town by area in New Hampshire and home to the New Hampshire Highland Games.
Explore the great outdoors by hiking through the picturesque Franconia Notch State Park or take a scenic drive through the stunning Kancamagus Highway. For thrill-seekers, the area boasts some of the best skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling in the Northeast, with world-class resorts like Loon Mountain and Cannon Mountain just minutes away.
If you’re looking for a more leisurely experience, take a stroll through the quaint town center and browse the unique shops, galleries, and eateries that make Lincoln such a special place. And take advantage of the opportunity to step back in time with a visit to the nearby historic sites, such as the Flume Gorge or the Mount Washington Cog Railway.
Come discover why so many visitors return to this picturesque mountain town year after year. Book your stay today and experience the magic of Lincoln, NH!
Things to do in Lincoln, NH:
- Franconia Notch State Park – hike, bike, swim, and enjoy breathtaking views of the White Mountains.
- Kancamagus Highway – take a scenic drive through the stunning autumn foliage, stop at overlooks, and enjoy waterfalls and hiking trails.
- Loon Mountain Resort – ski, snowboard, or ride the gondola to the summit for panoramic views.
- Cannon Mountain – ski or snowboard on some of the best trails in New England, or take a scenic ride on the Aerial Tramway.
- Clark’s Trading Post – see black bears, take a ride on a steam train, and watch a live bear show.
- Ice Castles – visit a stunning winter wonderland made entirely of ice, featuring tunnels, slides, and sculptures.
- Whale’s Tale Waterpark – cool off on hot summer days with thrilling water rides, slides, and pools.
- Flume Gorge – hike through a natural wonderland of waterfalls, towering granite walls, and lush forest.
- The Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves – explore a network of caves and crevasses carved out by glaciers thousands of years ago.
- Mount Washington Cog Railway – climb the highest peak in the Northeast on a historic steam train and enjoy panoramic views from the summit.