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Living in Lincoln, Maine is a great option for anyone looking for small-town living. With a population just shy of 3,000 people, the town provides a tightly-knit community where everyone knows each other. Located along the Penobscot River and Mattanawcook Pond, the town offers stunning views and plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as fishing, kayaking, and hiking. Whether you're looking for a quiet place to raise a family or enjoy the outdoors, Lincoln, Maine has something to offer to anyone seeking a slower pace of life. Learn more about dining, shopping, and things to do in Lincoln, Maine below! 

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Shopping & Dining in Lincoln, ME

Lincoln, Maine has many options for shopping right within the town. Along the main routes of Lincoln, residents can find a variety of locally-owned shops and boutiques with everything from clothing and home decor to handmade crafts and floral shops. For those who prefer a more traditional shopping experience, Lincoln is also home to a range of popular retailers, including Walmart, Hannaford, and Dollar Tree. 

Dining in Lincoln, Maine offers a small-town atmosphere with a few hidden gems that offer delicious meals. While the dining scene may not be as extensive as in larger cities, residents can still enjoy a variety of cuisine options, including fresh seafood, homestyle cooking, great pizza, and fast food. From cozy restaurants with rustic decor to quick bites, the town's dining options provide a charming and inviting experience. The warm hospitality and personalized service make dining in Lincoln an enjoyable experience.

Things To Do in Lincoln, ME

Lincoln is situated on the Penobscot River and Mattanawcook Pond, offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, including fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. During the summer months, residents can visit the Lincoln Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market, and in July, the town hosts the Loon Festival, which includes a parade, car show, markets, and more activities for all ages. Lincoln is also home to Jato Highlands, which offers a challenging 18-hole golf course. 

Places of Interest: 

  • Mattanawcook Pond
  • Prince Thomas Park
  • Penobscot River
  • Lincoln Memorial Library
  • Lincoln Historical Society Museum
  • Lincoln Farmers' and Artisans' Market
  • Jato Highlands Golf Course

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Contact our agents, who are area experts and can help answer any questions you may have about living in Lincoln, Maine! If you are interested in buying in Lincoln, make sure to explore the available listings today. There's something for everyone!