Explore Lincoln City
Lincoln City’s seven miles of beach comes with seven miles of smiles. From Roads End to Siletz Bay, the beach in Lincoln City has a trove of treasures waiting to be found. Enjoy a casual stroll along the sand while hunting for seashells, agates, driftwood, or even a brightly colored glass float! Explore coastal tide pools for sea creatures, or catch your dinner by crabbing and clamming along Siletz Bay.
The beach is not the only attraction in Lincoln City. Check out these other renowned attractions in town.
Chinook Winds Casino Resort
It’s always better at the beach! Try your luck on the gaming floor, indulge at one of their onsite dining establishments or check out the day’s entertainment.
Lincoln City Outlets
Shop till you drop. With over 40 brand name and designer stores to choose from, there is a shopping experience for everyone. Join their Rewards on the Coast program for special deals, discounts, and a chance to win prizes.
Lincoln City Cultural Center
All ages will find creative classes, activities, exhibits, concerts, and events designed to enrich the Lincoln City experience. At the onsite Visitor Center you’ll find maps, guides and friendly information specialists ready to help.
Lincoln City is in the middle of it all…literally! Located on the Central Oregon Coast, book your stay at one of our lodging properties and travel to these coastal area attractions.
- Tillamook – Tillamook Cheese Factory, Three Capes Scenic Loop, Cape Meares Lighthouse
- Pacific City – Pelican Pub and Brewery
- Depoe Bay – Whale Watching Center, Dockside Charters, Whale, Sea Life & Shark Museum
- Newport – Oregon Coast Aquarium, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Historic Bayfront, Yaquinna Head Outstanding Natural Area and Lighthouse
Book Your Stay
Plan your stay in Lincoln City at one of our hotels or vacation rentals, many of which are oceanfront. Let the sound of the ocean waves rock you to sleep and rejuvenate you in the morning. We have something to me meet everyone’s taste, budget and needs.
On the move? Try one of our RV Parks with all the amenities you need.
In tune with the outdoors? Check out Devils Lake State Park. They’ve got tent sites, yurts and prime access to Devils Lake.
Visit our Lodging Page to find your home away from home.
Wine and Dine
Give your taste buds something to celebrate with our fabulous selection of restaurants. From the finest Pacific Northwest specialties to locally sourced seafood, Lincoln City chefs create meals that are as exquisite as the scenery.
If you have the whole family in tow, don’t fret there’s plenty of options for family friendly dining.
Searching for a craft beer, signature cocktail or a place to just unwind? We’ve got you covered there too. Settle in at a one-of-a-kind brew pub, upscale lounge or a comfortable bar.
Visit our Dining Page to find your destination.
Festivals and Events
Special Glass Drop: March 25 – April 2
Explore the seven miles of beach during Spring Break and you might find a glass float! We’ll hide 300 hand-made glass art pieces from the high tide line to the embankment. Search the sand during daylight hours….you find it, you keep it! Part of Lincoln City’s Finders Keepers, glass floats on the beach.
Festival of Illusions: March 26 – April 4
It’s not an illusion that Lincoln City is magical during Spring Break! Enjoy live magic entertainment at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. And for the little magicians, the Magic Camp is where kids can learn tricks from a pro! Visit the event page for more information.
Spring Whale Watch Week: March 25 – 31
Watch as majestic Gray Whales migrate north to Alaska along the Oregon Coast. With their newly born baby calfs, see them spout and breach offshore from one of Lincoln City’s oceanfront hotels. Stop by the 10th floor of the Inn at Spanish Head, an official Oregon State Parks Whale Watching location, and an expert volunteer can show you how to best view these massive creatures. For more information, visit the Oregon State Parks website.
SOLVE Beach Cleanup: April 1
SOLVE’s annual Spring Beach Cleanup has grown into an Oregon tradition, with thousands of people working together each year to protect the health of our oceans, wildlife, and coastal economies. 10am to 1pm. To volunteer, visit their website.
Groove to live music in town during Spring Break at the following establishments.