For Visitors


Thinking of relocating to the area, or just here for a great vacation? Here are some Highland Games 2008resources for those of you new to our beautiful little town.

Photo Gallery - Highland Games

Photo Gallery - Fall Photos

Photo Gallery - 4th of July Parade

The official site of the State of New Hampshire is

The Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber of Commerce helps attract new businesses and promote existing ones. (Some good relocation info here, too!)

The Town of Lincoln is comprised largely of White Mountain National Forest lands. This is a special and wonderful place to visit throughout the year. There are campgrounds, hiking trails, scenic drives, historic places and plenty of space to just sit back and relax. Visit the White Mountain National Forest site at

White Mountains Attractions has lots of great info on trips around the White Mountains, Scenic Byways, tourist trains, historical sites, family attractions, natural attrractions and other informative and adventurous places and exhibits.

Take a drive on the beautiful Kancamagus Highway This new site offers detailed information and photos of the Kanc.

Ski New Hampshire is your one stop resource for year 'round vacation information at New Hampshire mountain resorts.

Why not visit the New Hampshire Ski Museum in nearby Franconia? Learn about the history of skiing, watch vintage ski films, or pick up a gift from the Museum Shop!

The North Country Center for the Arts Papermill Theatre is an award-winning summer theatre spearheaded by Kim Frydman that brings together performers, technicians and designers from across the country to produce Broadway musicals. The Papermill swept all ELEVEN of the 2004 NH Theatre Awards for professional musicals. NCCA's Children's Summer Theatre produces eight delightful original fairy/folk tale based musicals that tour the state daily all summer. Box Office 745-2141. PO Box 1060 Lincoln, Main Street NH 03251. -

The Upper Pemigewasset Historical Society and Museum is located in Lincoln, NH, at the gateway to the White Mountain National Forest at the western end of the Kancamagus Highway, or, when approaching from the South, at Exit 32 off I-93. We are only minutes away from Franconia Notch State Park.

With the many outdoor activities available in our area, we do want you to be aware of the Outdoor Enthusiast's Guide to wildlife-related diseases.

For other fun ideas, check out our community calendar!


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