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  • Clark's Trading Post

    History:In 1928 Florence and Ed Clark opened a roadside attraction for White Mountain travelers in Lincoln NH. "Ed Clark's Eskimo Sled Dog Ranch," featured guided tours of their pure-bred Eskimo sled dogs and artifacts from the far North. The original "Stand", or Trading Pos...

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  • Whales Tale Water Park

    At the Whale's Tale Water Park, the whole family can play in the only wave pool in the White Mountains. Ride the big waves or relax in the gentle ones at the shallow end. No need to worry about sand or salt. A splashing good time awaits you at the Whale's Tale Water Park. St...

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  • Lincoln Public Library

    Mission Statement The Lincoln Public Library is committed to providing resources adequate to serve the varied need of the patrons, and capable of supporting educational programs at the Lin-Wood School. Our goal is to furnish library patrons of all ages with a variety of in...

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  • Town Of Woodstock

    About Us: First granted in 1763, Royal Governor Benning Wentworth named the town Peeling, after an English town. Many of the first colonists were originally from Lebanon, Connecticut. In 1771, Benning Wentworth's nephew, Governor John Wentworth, gave it the name of Fairfiel...

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  • Town Of Lincoln

     Long before Abraham Lincoln's birth, this town was named in 1764 for Henry Clinton, ninth Earl of Lincoln, a cousin to the Wentworths. He held the position of Comptroller of Customs for the port of London under George II and George III, which was important to trade bet...

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  • Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber Of Commerce

    Mission: To attract new and promote existing businesses to ensure the economic vitality of Lincoln-Woodstock in cooperation with, and providing a benefit for, the civic, educational, traditional, and environmental needs of the Lincoln-Woodstock community....

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  • Lin -Wood Public Schools

    Mission Statement The Lin-Wood Public School and the communities of Lincoln and Woodstock will provide research-based, diverse learning opportunities and a relevant, integrated curriculum in a safe, supportive environment. We will empower our students to participat...

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  • Jean's Playhouse

    North Country Center for the Arts in Lincoln, NH, founded in 1986 and incorporated in 1987, is a 501 (c) 3 charitable non-profit arts organization supporting the arts in northern New Hampshire. At present, the NCCA operates two community theater groups (the Playhouse Players...

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  • Friends Of Lincoln Library

    Our Mission The mission of the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library is to raise public awareness about the importance of the Library to our community and to promote its use. The Friends encourage the donation of time and assistance by townspeople and sponsor special ...

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  • Loon Mountain Resort

    History:When the Kancamagus Highway was being constructed between Lincoln and Conway in 1960-61, Sherman Adams, former New Hampshire governor and President Eisenhower's chief of staff, saw more than just a road. Over 100 square miles of wilderness would be opened up, and Ada...

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  • Hobo Railroad

    YOUR RIDE! Travel through a natural setting along the twisting Pemigewassett River. just a few minutes away from Franconia Notch and the White Mountain National Forest. You can relax, wave to the swimmers, kayakers & tubers.  Best Ride for Kids by New Hampshire Mag...

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  • Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves

    About Us:It's an adventure that combines the beauty and mysteries of nature with the excitement of exploring! Lost River Gorge is a journey through time. As you travel this timeline, you'll explore steep walled gorges and rugged boulder caves still lit by lanterns and guided...

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  • Alpine Adventures

    About Us:Alpine Adventures is widely known for superior customer service, unique outdoor family adventures and new and innovative activities for visitors of the White Mountains and beyond. We wish to make lasting memories for families and friends with this great excuse to ge...

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  • Flume Slide Trail

    The path departs from Liberty Spring Trail 0.6 mi. from its start at Whitehouse Tr. The first mile ascends moderately, then steepens, finally becoming very steep, wet and dangerous. Watch for loose rocks on the slide. Avoid descent of the trail, especially with heavy packs. ...

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  • Indian Head Trail

    Great Views up the Franconia Ridge and down toward Lincoln. Take I-93 north to Exit 33, Rte. 3 north. The path begins at a parking lot on the left off Rte. 3 and follows an old logging road for the first 1/4 mile through the woods. The trail then heads north, climbing more s...

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  • Mount Moosilauke Trail

    Mount Moosilauke, at 4,802 feet, is the western-most 4,000-footer in NH. The alpine summit, on a clear day, affords hikers stunning views, to the east, of the Franconia Ridge and Presidentials, and to the west, the Green Mountains of Vermont and, in the distance, the Adirond...

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  • Discovery Trail Interpretive Site

    This 1.4 mile loop trail offers a living classroom in forest ecology. This trail includes interpretative panels featuring both natural and managed forest ecology. Interpretive brochures are available at the trailhead....

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  • Lincoln Summer Craft Festival
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  • Lincoln Fall Craft Festival
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  • Woodstock Inn Brewery

    About Woodstock Inn Brewery By the early 1980s, the century-old home on Main Street in North Woodstock had seen better days. Deserted for 17 years, its future depended on the enthusiasm of new owners, who could see not what it was, but what it could be. On Christmas Day 1982...

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  • The White Mountain Central Railroad

    Railroad The White Mountain Central Railroad is located within the grounds of Clark's Trading Post.  Clark's Trading Post is both a museum and tourist attraction that includes a 2.5-mile train ride.   While it is more a family theme park than a railroad museum,  it is on...

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  • White Mountain Oktoberfest

    Get a taste of the Bavarian Alps right here at Loon Mountain during White Mountain Oktoberfest, the region's largest celebration of German food, drink, and music. Presented by Samuel Adams, this two-day festival perfectly coincides with fall foliage season, so you'll enjoy b...

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  • New England Brewfest
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  • Highland Games and Festival

    The New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival (NHHG&F) is one of the largest and most diverse Highland Games held in North America and the largest cultural event. This celebration of Scottish heritage is held the third Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of September each yea...

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  • White Mountains Crush Festival
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Lincoln Town Facts

Lincoln, New Hampshire. Population for Lincoln from the last gathering is 1271. You can view Lincoln venues that host many Lincoln NH events every year.

You can find a ton of properties for sale if you search the Lincoln page on Zillow. Interest rates for Lincoln are at historic lows as well.

Lincoln New Hampshire has a latitude of 44.04890060424805 and a longitude of -71.6592025756836. View the full profile

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