Lincoln - New Hampshire

Lincoln is the little town right off Exit 32 from Route 93.  One little exit, a lot of adventure to discover! Lincoln was put on the map in the 1800’s when the railroad came to town, and logging companies started setting their roots.  When the logging industry began to dry up, tourists began visiting the region and they have not stopped coming, since! Located on the western end of the Kancamagus Highway, Lincoln is a great base for visitors looking to explore the region.  There are restaurants for every taste, and a winery and brewery all in the same building.  Take in a theatrical performance in the summer and ski the day away in the winter. Soar through the air on one of our adrenaline pumping ziplines or visit the summit of a ski mountain by gondola or tram.

Rather explore the White Mountains by foot? There are several iconic trails in the Lincoln area including Georgiana Falls, Lincoln Woods, and Mount Pemigewasset. (Not only is Mount Pemigewasset a great hike, you can also view its impressive rock face from north Lincoln, which is said to be the profile of Chief of the Pemigewasset tribe.  Visit a water park while you are in town, or take your family to Clark’s Bears, who has been entertaining families for over 90 years.