Lincoln is the second largest town in land area New Hampshire. It’s a two hour drive from Boston, an hour and a half drive to Manchester Boston Regional Airport, and has direct access to interstate 93. The population of Lincoln is 1,662.
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What Makes Lincoln a Great Town to Live in?
Lincoln is home to Loon Mountain Ski Resort, where we broadcast our On the Slopes segment with the newscasters from Fox 25 Morning News. Loon Mountain offers downhill and cross country skiing, snow tubing, rentals and lessons.
Set in the White Mountains, Lincoln is a picturesque town with plenty of outdoor activities. In the winter you can go snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and skating, and in the summertime you can go hiking, camping, and kayaking. Residents enjoy visiting the natural outdoor attractions in Lincoln like Flume Gorge, a natural gorge extending 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty. At the top of the Flume is a close view of Avalanche Falls, a 45-foot waterfall. In the summer, you can visit Whale’s Tale Water Park in Lincoln, with waterslides, wave pools, and amusements for the whole family to enjoy.
For shopping, residents and tourists alike enjoy going to at Clark’s Trading Post. You can browse the museums, gift shops, eat at the Whistle Stop Snack Bar, ride steam locomotives, or enjoy watching the famous Clark’s trained bears perform. There’s a variety of restaurants in Lincoln. Popular spots like The Common Man Restaurant serve American fare such as prime rib, homemade baked macaroni and cheese, and their famous crab cakes, voted Best of New Hampshire five years in a row by readers of New Hampshire Magazine.
Lincoln is also home Jean’s Playhouse, a 260-seat venue that opened in 2012. Jean’s Playhouse hosts year-round theatrical, musical, visual arts, educational programs and community events.
Lincoln is served by the Lin-Wood Public School system, which is comprised of an elementary, middle school and high school all on one campus.
The average price for a single family home in Lincoln is $361,274. The average price for a condo is $173,299.
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