Welcome to Lincoln...
Thousands of visitors fall in love every year with the Big Sky State. Snow peaked mountains, famous rivers, vast pristine wildernesses, and small towns like Lincoln where folks are still treated like friends and neighbors.
Just west of the Continental Divide, Lincoln is 80 miles east of Missoula, 86 miles southwest of Great Falls, and 60 miles northwest of Helena. Halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, Lincoln is bordered by the magnificent Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wilderness areas to the north and the renowned Blackfoot River to the South.
You will find spectacular fishing in the Blackfoot River, alpine lakes and the many mountain drainages surrounding Lincoln, Your fishing skills can be tested on streams that are home to rainbow, cutthroat, and brown trout. Or you my prefer to hike, backpack, or mountain bike through acres of beautiful country.
Snowmobiling dominates the scene when the snow begins to fall. More than 250 miles of groomed trails and limitless play areas make Lincoln a snowmobiler's dreamland. if you prefer the solitude of winter entertainment, the Blackfoot Valley provides cross-country ski trails and miles of skiing in the backcountry.
Whether you like spending time browsing through museums and art shows, spending leisure time seeking out quaint shop, or experiencing the great outdoors. Lincoln is the right place for you to fulfill your dream of visiting Montana, who knows, you might decide that it's your new home.
Lincoln offers you and your family an experience you will never forget, hope to see you soon.
Santa's Workshop Saturday
December 7th, 2013 10 am - 12 pm Lincoln High School Gym $5.00 for 5 crafts Free crafts available Preschool - 6th grade Please bring a bag to carry home your gifts! Children under age 10 Must Be Accompanied by an Adult
Hooper Holiday Trees Sponsor a tree in Hooper Park around the pavilion Light it up, decorate however you wish Trees will be lit on Saturday December 7th @ 6pm Join us for the lighting, carols, and hot cocoa Call Erin 362-4131 or Michele 438-0005 for more info The Lincoln Christmas Tree will be lit at 6pm on Saturday December 7th at the Community Hall