Lincoln (New Hampshire)

Lincoln is a town in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.

Understand

Lincoln New Hampshire was established in 1782. The landscape was filled with rivers, mountains, and forests, which made it perfect for logging. Soon after, sawmills began to appear throughout the town and were powered by the rivers. The population was extremely low in this town for about one hundred years until trains began bringing tourists to Lincoln to view the mountains. Although the population has not grown tremendously, Lincoln attracts thousands of tourists each year.

Get in

Interstate 93, Exit 32. Taking exit 32 will lead you right to Main Street, where you can find anything from hotels, restaurants, shopping, and scenic views.

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Mid-range

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Routes through Lincoln

St. Johnsbury Franconia  N  S  Holderness Concord
Lancaster Franconia  N  S  Ashland Laconia
Jct W E / S N Jct E  W  E  Conway Ends at


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