Boating

Whether you’re on Devils Lake or the ocean, in Siletz Bay or headed up the river, set sail for adventure in Lincoln City.

685 acres of fresh water are waiting to be explored and fished in Devils Lake. With plenty of public boat ramps, starting your aquatic quest is easy. Float the waters of Siletz Bay as the tide comes in, drop a trap for Dungeness crab or cast your line and harvest the ocean’s bounty.

For more fresh water adventures, launch your vessel from the Siletz River, Salmon River or Schooner Creek.

Just 11 miles south of Lincoln City, Depoe Bay is home to both the world’s smallest navigable harbor and seaworthy charter boats ready to host a fishing or whale watching adventure. There is a boat launch for established ocean explorers.

Charter Services in Depoe Bay

A half-hour south of Lincoln City in the city of Newport, this authentic working waterfront hosts several docks and boat launches for any would-be sailor.

Charter Services in Yaquina Bay

More to Explore

Fishing Cast your line, wait for the telltale tug, watch your pole bend and reel in dinner from the ocean, a river, a stream or Devils Lake.

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Devils Lake Devils Lake is 685 acres of serene water on the east side of Lincoln City, connected to the Pacific by the “World’s Shortest River.”

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Siletz Bay Siletz Bay is perfect for crabbing, clamming, enjoying a cozy beach bonfire and, especially, for catching a radiant Lincoln City sunset.

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