For sitting on only 45 acres, Lincoln Park had alot to offer its patrons. Below is information from one of the Brochures from the 1960s.
WHEN YOU GET TO THE PARK YOU'LL FIND:
SPECIAL GROUP RATES
RIDE ALL DAY FOR $1.50
Some of the other adult rides included the Merry go Round, Speedway, Tilt A Whirl, Bubble Bounce, Whip Ride, Comet full size coaster, Comet Jr Roller coaster, Paratrooper, Monster Ride, Penny Arcade, Flying Cages, Mini Golf Course, Flying Jets, Skeeball and the giant yellow slide.
More of the Kiddieland Rides included: German Carousel, Turtle Ride, Chaser Ride, Cadillac Ride, Boats, Pony Carts, Paddy over the railroad, cars, Kiddie Dodgems, Mother Goose, Merry Go Round, Sky Fighter and Kiddie Whip.
Lincoln Park was famous for its clam cakes and chowder. Before the price of clams went sky high, clambakes were quite a hit at the Picnic Pavillion. Lincoln Park also had the amusement park favorites such as cotton candy, french fries and salt water taffy. You could bring your own food and picnic or you could buy food at any of the concessions stands around the park.
There were games and prizes to be won at any number of the booths around the park.
Lincoln Park was New England's Wonderland of Fun!
The music playing on this page is "Walk Right In" by the New Christy Minstrels. This song was played over the loud speakers when Lincoln Park opened each day.
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