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Lincoln Logs Horseshoe Hill Station Giveaway ends 6/1

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Powered by Mom Blog is happy to share this Lincoln Logs Guest Giveaway!

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Sponsored by K’Nex and hosted by Mom Does Reviews

At no cost to Mom Does Reviews, K’NEX sent me their Lincoln Logs Horseshoe Hill through the K’NEX Brand Ambassador program, and they are hoping that I might like it and write about it.

About the Product: Saddle up at Lincoln Logs® Horseshoe Hill Station and get ready to ride off onto the dusty trail! This building set includes real wood logs plus colorful figures and accessories! When playtime is over, put the parts back into the handy storage container for a quick and easy clean-up.


  • Saddle up at Lincoln Logs® Horseshoe Hill Station and get ready to ride off onto a dusty trail!
  • 83 pieces including real wood logs with a cowboy and horse, roof, and door
  • Sturdy box with lid for storage and portability
  • Ages 3+

Did you know?

Lincoln Logs was invented in 1916 by John Lloyd Wright, the son of one of America’s most famous architects, Frank Lloyd Wright. The idea of Lincoln Logs came to the younger Wright as he observed the building techniques used to construct the Imperial Palace Hotel in Tokyo. The product is named after Abraham Lincoln, the President who began his celebrated life in a log cabin in Kentucky.

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The Giveaway:

One lucky reader will win the Lincoln Logs Horseshoe Hill Station!

The Giveaway ends 6/1 at 1159p, US only, ages 18+.

Enter on the easy rafflecopter below!

Good luck!

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Disclaimer: No purchase is necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to US, 18+ only. Confirmed Winner(s) (by Random.org) will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. My blog is NOT responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


By on May 25th, 2013

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83 thoughts on “Lincoln Logs Horseshoe Hill Station Giveaway ends 6/1”

  1. I really loved my Lincoln Logs and a little box of trinkets that I think came from bubble gum machines that I used to string into necklaces and bracelets

  2. Lego’s would keep me bust for hours on end! I remember putting together a whole village once and how proud I was of that accomplishment!

  3. I was never big into building, although I liked Lincoln Logs & lego ok. I liked just regular wooden blocks, too. My son loves building with anything!

  4. I loved playing with the Original Lincoln Logs when I was a kid….cool to see they still have them around but updated a little bit! My daughter would LOVE these! Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!


  5. I didn’t really have any building toys as a kid. I was more a dolls & books kinda gal…this would be a great gift for my nephew- his birthday is right around the corner!.

  6. Growing up we had and erector set withmotors and it was fantastic, mother hated all the little screws that ended up on the floor..

  7. My favorite building toy as a kid was legos. I would sit for a long time constructing my dream home! Ah, memories.

  8. We just had blocks and carboard boxes to build with. We didn’t have tinker toys or anything like that. We did get a set of Lincoln Logs one year for Christmas when we got a little older. They were reddish in color, I suppose that was to emulate real wood lol 😉

  9. My favourite building toy was Tonka building vehicles. I had a crane for hoisting Lincoln Logs and Tinker Toys.

  10. My favorite building toy when I was a kiddo had to be either Leggos or Lincoln Logs! They were the best! Oh I can’t forget about Lite-Brite! That one was definitely at the top of my favorite list of toys! Oh, the good ol’ days!! :):)


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