Lincoln City is a scenic town on Oregon's coastline. The town is picturesque in many ways -- the views from its streets offer unparalleled views out of the Pacific, and the town limits are surrounded by beautiful parks and areas of greenery.
Those interested in nature -- whether it just be for photography or for hiking and camping -- will fall in love with Lincoln City. The city is surrounded by ample places to explore and go hiking, such as the Devil's Lake State Recreation Area, the D River Beach Wayside and Devils Lake itself. Devil's Lake also offers opportunities to get out on the water, by boating, swimming or kayaking.
The best time to visit Lincoln City is during the warm summer months.
Planning a break to a quiet beach resort is a great way to get the family together.
Oregon beach vacations are perfect to relax and unwind. With seven miles of beach in Lincoln City there is plenty of space to stretch out and get away from the crowds.
Lincoln City, on the central coast of Oregon, is a quiet resort with lots of attractions and activities for the whole family.
The Devil’s Lake State Recreation Area has trails and a campground. The lake is connected to a sandy Pacific beach by the short D River and The Roads End State Recreation Site features tide pools, islands and a hidden cove. There’s plenty of wildlife in the area and many beach homes to rent and make home for a week or two.
Lincoln City is a great place to spot all kinds of wildlife. There are whales, seals, elk and bald eagles all making their home along the coastal resort. Whales are one of the most majestic creatures on the planet and lucky visitors can get up-close to these huge mammals as part of a whale watching adventure. Gray whales can be spotted along the Oregon Coast year-round but there are most visible in spring and winter when they migrate in and out of the area. Around 20,000 gray whales migrate in Whale Watch Week (December) and can be seen moving through the water off Lincoln City’s coast.
Another place to spot some wildlife if Siletz Bay. This is home to a variety of creatures as well as water sports, canoeing and other activities.
Gather up some driftwood in the bay and make a bonfire or dig for clams in the mudflats at low tide. There are seals, birds and even bald eagles living around this bay. Other coastal spots to put on your list are Depoe Bay, Cascade Head, Olivia Beach and Sandy Beach.
Hikers can take advantage of some of the most spectacular views of the Oregon coast. There are trails that suit people of all fitness levels and the forests and wetlands offer a chance to really disappear for an afternoon.
Lincoln city also has two golf courses and a skate park. Kayak, paddle board or canoe through the waterways and surf off the coast of the city. International surfers arrive to ride the waves at certain times of the year when the waves are at their best.
For culture-junkies, a collection of Japanese glass fishing floats is a highlight at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum. And for an evening out, visit the Chinook Winds Casino or head into one of the many bars or restaurants in the resort.
A vacation rental home is the perfect place to set up base and explore the Oregon coastline. There are lots of house rentals available just a short drive or walk from all the main attractions of Lincoln City. Finding the right beach house to suit groups, families and couples is easy as many come with large living rooms, several bedrooms and en suite bathrooms, as well as luxury features such as a private hot tub.
What better way to spend an afternoon than whale-watching in the Pacific Ocean? This magical venture is possible in Lincoln City, which sits on the Oregon coastline. The city is blessed with a beautiful sandy beach, easily accessible from town, as well as a number of tourist attractions. Nature-lovers can catch go wander through the wildlife just a short drive away at the quiet beach of Siletz Bay, while other beautiful coastal spots and coastal towns include Cascade Head and Depoe Bay. When it comes to recreation, the area has two golf courses, and a range of water sports to enjoy. There is also the famous Chinook Winds Casino for visitors feeling lucky!
The town is perfect for a family reunion as there are many Lincoln City condos sleeping 16 guests or more. Several beach rentals also come with stunning ocean views; so whether you're looking for a beach house with a hot tub or a vacation rental home with every amenity, you’ll find it in Lincoln City.
Browse places to stay from all the best providers including Airbnb, RedAwning, Priceline and more at AllTheRooms.com. Lincoln City has 5,439 hotels, vacation rentals and other unique places to stay, with prices to suit careful travellers, luxury travelers and everything in between. A vacation in Lincoln City can be affordable - the lowest price accommodation is available at $10 a night. In general, an accommodation in Lincoln City will cost you $160 per night.
If you want to stay connected during your vacation, then you can choose from over 1,212 accommodations in Lincoln City that have WiFi. 44 of our accommodations come with breakfast in the price. Fitness fanatics can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 177 accommodations that have gyms. Driving to Lincoln City? Then choose one of the 1,166 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. 168 accommodations have a a pool or jacuzzi
AllTheRooms has 363 pet-friendly places to stay in Lincoln City, so if you're traveling with your cat or dog you won't have any problems.
We combine a wide variety of Lincoln City accommodations including vacation rentals, home stays, hostels and other unique places to stay into one easy search. We show results from more than 5 providers, including 687 places to stay from Airbnb, 86 accommodations from RedAwning and 8 places to stay from Priceline.
1,856 of our places to stay in Lincoln City have been reviewed by previous guests. They rated 38% as great. 1,365 accommodations allow instant booking.