Lincoln, NH, USA

Lincoln, NH, USA

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Where to stay near Lincoln, NH?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 769 vacation rentals near Lincoln. From 249 condos to 221 townhomes, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lincoln for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Make the most of Lincoln’s majestic mountains

Whatever the time of year, Lincoln vacation rentals put you right at the heart of the White Mountains. Book a romantic getaway to a cozy cabin with stunning views of the fall foliage, or bring the entire family to a luxury lodge right on the edge of the ski slopes. A townhouse in the center of Lincoln gives you access to all its amenities, or you can get away from it all in a contemporary condo in the woods. Whatever you decide, the beautiful mountains will leave a lasting impression

Get out in the fresh air in Lincoln

The White Mountains are a treasure trove of outdoor activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Hiking trails abound near Lincoln, including several that take you to beautiful secluded waterfalls hidden away in the woods. See the woods from a different perspective on a gondola ride or fly through the trees on a zipline for a bird’s-eye view of the scenery you’ll never forget. In the winter, spend all day on the mountains exploring the area’s many ski slopes, before heading back to one of the many Lincoln vacation rentals for some well-deserved après-ski treats.

Year-round fun in Lincoln

Clark’s Trading Post in Lincoln is a roadside stand with a difference, featuring several museums on local history, armaments, and Americana. Take the train on the steam railroad from Clark’s or on the Hobo heritage railroad, for a relaxing train ride through the beautiful scenery. In summer, cool off at a local water park, while in winter, the whole family can enjoy the experience of walking through a castle sculpted from ice. In September, be sure to pack your kilt, and check out the New Hampshire Highland games.

Lincoln—Fall foliage and a whole lot more

Thanks to its mountain location, Lincoln has an alpine climate with cold winters that are ideal for skiing. Temperatures fall below freezing in winter, from November through March. Summer temperatures are mild; perfect for exploring the national park. No visit to New England would be complete without mentioning the glorious fall foliage. The leaves typically turn in September/October, with the spectacular colors usually appearing earlier than places further south. Whenever you visit, Lincoln vacation rentals give you a comfortable place to call your own, whatever the weather.

Woods and waterfalls from Lincoln

Located in the White Mountain National Forest, Lincoln is surrounded by dramatic scenery at every turn. Nearby Franconia Notch State Park has several waterfalls and lakes accessible via trail, as well as being home to the former Old Man of the Mountain. At the Flume Gorge, get up close to the waterfall as you walk along the canyon at the base of Mount Liberty. If you’d rather admire the scenery from the comfort of your car, Lincoln stands at one end of the Kancamagus Highway: 12 miles of undeveloped highway winding through the Kancamagus Pass with far-reaching views.