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Destination guide

Book a cabin rental in Lincoln

Cabins in New Hampshire are meant to help you explore brilliant natural environments. Naturally, that would mean some of the best cabins in the state are situated around the city of Lincoln. While this town has plenty to do in its city center, such as shopping and dining, the real draw is the surrounding landscape. You'll find a ski mountain as well as numerous hiking and biking paths. Local cabin rentals can put you just steps away from the best the state can offer, with a plethora of luxury amenities to enjoy.

Things to do

Attractions near your Lincoln summer rental

Lincoln is a great destination for all the family. A big draw to the area is Whale's Tale Water Park. Sprawling on 17 acres, it has many watery attractions and thrill slides, including Shipwreck Island and the Banzai Pipeline. Another popular spot for kids is Clark's Trading Post, a fun, family-run theme park that has a host of steam train rides, live shows and various old-time museums to explore. Lincoln is also the gateway to the Loon Mountain Ski Resort, which, aside from 61 trails across 3 peaks, also has an adventure center with snow shoeing.


Things to do near Lincoln vacation homes

Famous for its abundance of natural attractions, Lincoln is a real outdoorsy destination. A Lincoln vacation rental makes a great base to explore the hiking and biking trails of both the White Mountain National Forest and Franconia Notch State Park, while the more leisurely walker could head to Flume Gorge, which offers a variety of scenic walkways and viewpoints. It also draws train enthusiasts, who come to ride the steam trains that criss-cross the mountains. Come winter, the region falls under the domain of the snow sports crowd who flock to the region's best ski resorts.


Local weather for your trip to Lincoln vacation homes

Lincoln is a popular destination to visit all year round. During the warm summer months, temperatures can reach highs of 80 degrees in July and August. The summer season is also the most popular and Lincoln vacation rentals can get booked up well in advance. Fall is a popular time to visit New Hampshire, when the leaf color in the White Mountains draws the crowds. The shoulder seasons of late fall and early spring offer the best choice of vacation rentals. Come winter, when the temperatures drop below freezing and the snow falls, the snow sports crowd descend.

Natural features

The bear necessities - hiking in the White Mountain

Pitched in the rugged heart of the White Mountain National Forest, Lincoln is a 2-hour drive north of Boston. An 11-mile drive north of town is Franconia Notch State Park, one of New Hampshire's most scenic mountain passes. A boon for hikers, follow the trails past the waterfalls and rock cliffs of Flume Gorge, and the craggy cliff face of the Old Man of the Mountain. Strewn with wildflowers, you may even spot resident black bear, peregrine falcon, or moose. There's a visitors' center, which organizes guided hikes, and the aerial tramway at Cannon Mountain.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Lincoln

Fly into Whitefield, NH (HIE-Mount Washington Regional), the closest airport, located 22.9 mi (36.9 km) from the city center. If you can't find a flight that's convenient for your trip, you could also fly into Laconia, NH (LCI-Laconia Municipal), which is 34.7 mi (55.8 km) away.

Family friendly

Kid-friendly attractions near Lincoln vacation homes

Kids will love the outdoor areas in Lincoln. Vacation homes are close to family-friendly attractions like the Hobo Railroad, a historic railway along the river with trips in vintage passenger cars, and Alpine Adventures, a huge mountain park showcasing off-road safari tours, snowmobile rides, zip lining, and an aerial course. You'll also like Story Land, a kid-focused fun park with fairy tale and nursery rhyme themes, rides, and shows.

Good for couples

Couple’s retreat near Lincoln vacation rentals

Lincoln is an alpine paradise for adventurous couples. Vacation homes put you within reach of places like Flume Gorge, a scenic natural ravine with hiking trails and a covered bridge to see mountain and waterfall vistas, and Franconia Notch, a prominent mountain pass with a parkway near the mountain range. You'll also like Pemigewasset Wilderness, a vast wilderness area with hiking trails along the river and campsites.

How many vacation rentals are available around Lincoln?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 803 vacation rentals around Lincoln. From 452 house rentals to 69 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.