Bring Back Your Own Childhood Memories with Lincoln Logs

When I think about all of the best toys I had when I was a kid, there are a few that always stand out because they stood the test of time and are still great toys for kids today no matter how long it has been and how many new tech games have come out. Lincoln Logs are definitely one of those toys. I remember going over to my cousin’s house & being so in awe of his Lincoln Logs. I thought they were so much fun!


This year, making the holiday toy scene, is the biggest Lincoln Log set ever created. The Collector’s Edition Homestead has over 330 parts including the classic real wood Lincoln Logs that everyone remembers. The classic set includes the frontiersman figure, 2 horses and a covered wagon to build that even moves.

All three of my kids (15, 12 & 6) all loved playing with the Lincoln Logs set with their cousin (6). It was great to see them playing together and using their imaginations and building.


When the kids are done playing, use the included durable storage tube to put everything away until next time. Available on Knex.com and at toy retailers for $99.99, the Collector’s Edition Homestead is great gift idea for kids 3 and up. Be sure to connect with Lincoln Logs on Facebook for tips and tricks and building ideas.


Head on over to K’Nex to learn more about this great Lincoln Log set (and more!) and follow them on social media: Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Pinterest | Instagram 

One lucky reader is going to win their own set of the Collector’s Edition Homestead Lincoln Logs set! Open to US only, ages 18+.

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