There’s far from a shortage of small towns worth exploring in Vermont. While each place has its own distinct charm, I’d like to shine the spotlight on Lincoln, Vermont. With a population of under 2,000 residents, Lincoln was originally settled by the Quakers in the 1800s. Nowadays, this town of under 50 square miles is known for its stunning landscapes, proximity to well-known ski areas, and small-town charm. Read on to learn more about what there’s to explore in this Vermont small town over a weekend stay.

Have you spent time in Lincoln? If so, feel free to share if you have additional recommendations as to what to do during a weekend in this charming Vermont small town.

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