Lincoln Community Walking and Fitness Trail

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This gravel-surfaced trail is great for many activities and is handicap accessible. Enjoy picnicking and wildlife watching, or take advantage of the fitness stations along the trail.
Trail Activity
Accessible Adventure Snowshoeing Mountain-biking Cross-country-skiing Walking
2.20 miles, Network
Gravel/Crushed Stone


Great local walk/hike through wooded and open areas. The trail is handicap accessible, with no steep inclines. Enjoy the picnic area near a beautiful rock wall. Wildlife includes deer, rabbits, squirrels, turkeys, and other birds.

There are eight fitness stations located throughout the trail including:

  • pull up station
  • sit up station
  • push up station
  • balance beam
  • monkey bars

Read about Accessibility Ambassador Enock Glidden's visit to these trails in his wheelchair in MTF Stories!

Trail Manager

For more information, contact the Lincoln Recreation Department:

Lincoln Cemetery, Parks & Recreation
29 Main Street
Lincoln, ME 04457
Phone: (207) 794-6548
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Trail Tips

Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
Walk single file in the middle of the trail. Wear the right shoes and enjoy the mud – you're in the great outdoors!

Trailhead Information

From I-95, either northbound or southbound, take the Lincoln Exit 227 and drive east toward Lincoln. Drive 6 miles to the stoplight at US-2 and turn left. Drive 1.5 miles north on US-2 (also named W. Broadway) to the light at the intersection of W. Broadway and Main Street. Turn left and continue to 0.25 miles on Main Street and take a right on ME-6 heading east. Drive 0.25 miles to 160 Lee Road on the left. Parking is available.

Directions to alternate entrances to trail: Continue north on US-2, arriving at Ella P. Burr Elementary School, 23 Ella P Burr Street on the right, or Mattanawcook Academy, 33 Reed Drive on the right. Parking is available at both schools.

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