With a modest population of only 2,000 residents, Lincoln Beach is the textbook definition of a peaceful ocean side town. It is free of major highways and buildings that touch the sky, allowing it to give off a calming energy that all busy vacationers can appreciate.
Popular Lincoln Beach activities are primarily beach-related, as Lincoln Beach is an isolated beach community. Lincoln Beach is an ideal location for summer whale watching and for watching the winter storms assault the sea. Many tourists like to spend the day walking up and down the beach, sun tanning, and searching for Beach treasures such as sea glass and shells. Lincoln Beach is also home to Fogarty Creek State Park a small local park that provides an excellent spot for having a picnic, tide pool combing, and bird watching.
There are only a handful of vacation homes in Lincoln Beach, so it can be hard to get your hands on a house rental. However, the stress of locking a rental down is well worth it. Most rentals are clean, spacious, include private beach access, and offer eye catching views of the central Oregon coast.
The best time to visit the city with family and friends is during the summer. Winters can be cold, as the winds in coastal locations are often strong and chilly.
Lincoln Beach prides itself on its dining options, which are limited, but delicious and hard to get tired of. Lord Brixxton's Restaurant is a quiet diner that has great pasta and friendly servers. It also serves seafood- based dishes such as creamy crab soup and Cajun cobb salad. The Tide Pool Pub in Depoe Bay offers Lincoln Beach residents pub-style food and a safe, relaxing place to have a drink after a long day of work (or relaxing for those on vacation).
Events near Lincoln Beach are limited, but fun nonetheless. In nearby Newport, Lincoln Beach residents gather to attend the Newport Resolution Run & Polar Bear Plunge that features a half-marathon, and both a 5 and 10k race. Food and a glass of beer is provided after the races. The Newport Seafood and Wine Festival is another crowd pleasing event in Newport. It features more than 150 premier wines, professional chefs serving their original dishes, and handmade art from dozens of local artists.
When it comes to family activities, grocery shopping is a bonding experience, as the only place to get groceries in Lincoln Beach is Chester's Thriftway. Chester's sells fresh food, snacks, toys, and anything else that you would expect to find at a supermarket- without the time spent waiting in line. It is the best, and most necessary, place to stop before spending a day on the beach with your loved ones.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Lincoln Beach. The warmest months in Lincoln Beach are May and August, when temperatures reach 88 ˚F. The coolest month is October, when temperatures drop to 25 ˚F. The wettest month in Lincoln Beach is January with 6.82 inches of rain, while the driest month is May with 0.18 inches of rain.
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