Experience Our Montana!
This charming National Register-listed community lies at the foot of the
Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness in the heart of the Blackfoot River Valley.
Enjoy a walk through the United States' first environmental sculpture park
of it's kind, Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild.Internationally
renowned artists created magnificent sculptures related to the Blackfoot
Valley's heritage. Across the highway from the park, come face to face and
learn the story of a record 830 pound mounted grizzly bear on display at
the Lincoln Ranger Station. Visit Hi-Country Trading Post, which sells
locally made jerky and other yummy Montana delights in its gift shop.
Hiking, biking, camping, fishing and bird watching. Fabulous 4th of July
firework, and we have the following events; community wide garage sale
days, 4th of July festivities - fireworks, Dynamite Dash and half
marathon, flea market, rod run, motorcycle rally and Art in the Park
In winter, snowmobiling dominates the local scene with more than 250 miles of
groomed trails;, and each February, Lincoln is the finish line of the
350-mile Race to the Sky Dog Sled Race.
Small towns in Montana are like jewels in a crown. Lincoln is one of those gems.
Snow-peaked mountains, the famous Blackfoot River, vast pristine Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wildernesses, and a small town where folks are still treated like friends and neighbors - that's what makes Lincoln stand out.
Come visit and see why Lincoln is such a special place.