Lincoln, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison

The town of Lincoln was incorporated in 1764 and named for Henry Clinton, the 9th  Earl of Lincoln. Villages in Lincoln include North Lincoln and Stillwater. Lincoln is the second largest town in land area, only Pittsburg is larger. Lincoln is home to the popular summer attraction Whales Tail Water Park as well as Clark’s Trading Post and a scenic railroad.

Land Area: 130.3 sq. mi.

Inland Water Area: 0.6 sq. mi.

Schools: Lin-Wood Public School (elementary, and middle/high)

Town Office: 745-2757

Town Website:  www.lincolnnh.org

Public Library: 22 Church Street

Library Website:  www.lincoln.lib.us

Rec. Facilities: Swimming (indoor/outdoor), Tennis (indoor/outdoor), Museums, Cinemas, Performing arts facilities, Campgrounds, Fishing, Hunting, Snowmobile trails, Bicycle trails, Cross-country skiing, Beach/waterfront recreation area, Overnight/day camps, Scenic railroad, Clark’s Trading Post, and Whale’s Tail Water Park.