Lincoln is famous first and foremost for its 13 lakes. This beautiful part of Maine sits on the banks of the Penobscot River, and is a day trip away from some of Maine’s best attractions, Baxter State Park and Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor.
Lincoln is known for its water powered sawmills and paper industry, but there is much natural beauty in the area including Mattanawcook Lake right in town. Staying in Lincoln at a cozy inn, lodge, or camp, you will find Maine hospitability and a host of outdoor activities to explore on the many lakes and rivers.
Lincoln is just off Interstate 95, U.S. Route 2 and Route 6, which continue on to the Canadian border. Lincoln even has its own airport and a seaplane dock located right in the downtown on Mattanawcook Lake.
The call of the loon comes from across the lake, a moose feeds along the shore out in front of your cabin. This is what you will find at Loon Lodge. Our log lodge and guest cabins are located deep in the northwoods of the Allagash Lake region. Our guests enjoy fishing, hiking, nature tours, canoeing and kayaking moose watching and in the fall hunting. We offer packages with or with out meals. If you're looking to get away from it all give us a shout. Learn More
If you’re searching for the best that Maine has to offer, 5 Lakes Lodge is it. Located near Baxter State Park and surrounded by water on three sides, our new log lodge offers the finest rooms and views in the Katahdin Region. Let the cry of a loon and the sun shining on Mt. Katahdin wake you in the morning. Handmade cedar log furniture, Jacuzzi style tubs, fireplaces, rocking chairs by the windows...all of these things add to the warmth created by our all natural wood surroundings. Relaxation or recreation, it’s all here at 5 Lakes Lodge. Learn More