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Top Lincolnville Maine Attractions

Our list of the most popular sightseeing attractions in the Lincolnville area

The Lincolnville Maine area is home to some of the most amazing natural scenery, beautiful ocean vistas, and unique attractions that you can find in the state of Maine. The town’s special location on the clear blue waters of Penobscot Bay offer many interesting sightseeing marvels that will make your visit truly memorable.

Because there are a myriad of things to do and see in Lincolnville, we have compiled a list of some of the most popular sightseeing attractions in the area.

Lincolnville’s Camden Hills State Park

Did you know that 75% (3,500 acres) of Camden Hills State Park is actually in the town of Lincolnville? It’s true! Lincolnville is home to the heart of this park - a place that many outdoor enthusiasts call home. In fact, people from all around the world travel here during all four Maine seasons. From bold foliage, to summer rock climbing, to the National Toboggan Championships in the winter – it’s all right here in this famous Midcoast Maine destination.

Exploring Islesboro!

If you are planning a visit to Lincolnville, you may want to take some time to spend in nearby Islesboro. Located three miles off Lincolnville Beach, this small island is a well-known resort community that is accessible via the Islesboro Ferry, departing from the Lincolnville terminal. Are you ready to discover why this is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Midcoast Maine?

A Toast to Lincolnville’s Very Own Winery and Brewery

Maine is so often recognized for its delicious seafood and culinary creations that it’s easy to overlook the growth of brewing and winemaking throughout the Pine Tree State. Happily for our Lincolnville visitors (and locals!), we have two amazing adult beverage producers right here in our town. Even better, you have the opportunity to taste – and raise a glass in toast to -- the fruits of their labor when you're visiting our scenic Midcoast Maine village. Cheers!

Breathtaking Wedding Venues

Like most people, you've probably been dreaming of your wedding day for as long as you can remember. If this vision was painted with oceanside villages, crashing waves, and breathtaking views – you already had Lincolnville, Maine in mind as your perfect wedding destination. Lucky for you, this unique coastal town has some great spots to exchange your “I dos.”

If you are planning a vacation trip to Lincolnville Maine, we hope you will find our insights about these top local area attractions helpful and informative.

Breathtaking Wedding Venues

Like most people, you've probably been dreaming of your wedding day for as long as you can remember...

Lincolnville’s Camden Hills State Park

Did you know that 75% (3,500 acres) of Camden Hills State Park is actually in the town of Lincolnville? It’s true!

A Toast to Lincolnville’s Very Own Winery and Brewery

Maine is so often recognized for its delicious seafood and culinary creations that it’s easy to overlook the growth of brewing and winemaking throughout the Pine Tree State.

Exploring Islesboro!

If you are planning a visit to Lincolnville, you may want to take some time to spend in nearby Islesboro. Located three miles off Lincolnville Beach, this small island is a well-known resort community that is accessible via the Islesboro Ferry.

Delicious Food Begins with Sustainability

While the farm-to-table movement is just starting to take root nationally, it seems as if the sustainability scene in Lincolnville is well established and thriving.