Find balance in your life on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) as you stroke your way through our lake, rivers, streams, estuaries and ocean.
With its calm waters and shelter from coastal winds, Devils Lake provides some of the best paddleboarding experiences in Lincoln City. Launch from Hostetler Park, dip your paddle in and breathe in the scenery, wildlife and the Pacific Northwest serenity.
The adventure of Siletz Bay beckons; with calm waters protected by a large sandbar, paddle your way by the Four Brothers rocks in the Bay or take in the natural coastal beauty and variety of wildlife along the beach. Launch from anywhere along the beach and enjoy the journey.
Accessible from Siletz Bay, Schooner Creek is an easygoing, in-and-out paddleboard adventure—launch from the bay and paddle your way upstream.
Three miles north of Lincoln City rests the gorgeous waterway maze of the Salmon River Estuary. Head west from Highway 101 on to Three Rocks Road until you arrive at Knight Park. Launch into the Salmon River, either north into the Estuary or south to the river’s mouth and the Pacific. Downstream lays a stretch of secluded beach, accessible only by boat.
Don’t know how to SUP? Safari Town Surf Shop offers both private and group lessons.
Looking to paddle but missing the board? There are plenty of spots in Lincoln City to rent one for your next adventure.
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