Lincoln Park may refer to several towns, neighborhoods, parks, and census-designated places in the United States, as well as a national park in Australia and a public park in Mexico City.
Lincoln Park is a 1,200 acre (4.9 km²) park along Chicago, Illinois's lakefront facing Lake Michigan.
Lincoln Park was a noted amusement park in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1902 to 1930. It was located uptown near the intersection of Carrolton Avenue and Earhart Boulevard. It was devoted to amusements for the city's African American population.
Lincoln Park is a 135 acre (546,000 m²) park in West Seattle between Fauntleroy Way S.W. and Puget Sound. One of Seattle's largest parks, attractions include the paved walkway along the beach, tennis courts, baseball fields, picnic shelters, and a heated salt-water swimming pool during the summer. The park is easily accessible by car, boat or bus and is located next to the Washington State Ferries Fauntleroy terminal.
Lincoln Park in San Francisco, California was dedicated to President Abraham Lincoln in 1909 and includes about 100 acres of the northwestern corner of the San Francisco Peninsula. It is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Lincoln Park is the western terminus of the Lincoln Highway, the first road across America.
Lincoln Park is one of Duluth's larger and older neighborhoods. It is situated between the city's downtown beyond a small segment of the Central Hillside neighborhood and the West Duluth neighborhood, from Garfield Avenue to the ore docks at Carlton Street/34th Avenue West. Duluthians have traditionally called the neighborhood the "West End", a very gritty connotation.
Lincoln Park was a park opened in 1894 by the Union Street Railway Company of New Bedford, Massachusetts, located in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts on the border of Westport, Massachusetts on U.S. Highway 6. It was originally built as a way to increase weekend ticket sales on its trains.
Lincoln Park is an urban park located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It was planned by Pierre L'Enfant to be the point from which all distances in North America were measured. Situated directly east of the United States Capitol, Lincoln Park is bounded by 11th Street on the west, 13th Street on the east, East Capitol Street NE on the North, and East Capitol Street SE on the south.