The world's shortest river meets the world's fastest lake in Delake. Experience culture, shopping and the perfect coastal breeze for kite flying.
You might visit the Lincoln City Cultural Center for live music, a theatre performance, art galleries or even a workshop. This old schoolhouse is the cultural hub of Lincoln City. Teeming with life, the center always has something going on. Each Sunday, May through October, they play host to the popular Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market. Inside you'll find the Visitor Information Center full of area trip planning resources along with helpful volunteers ready to answer your every question.
Right across the street from the Cultural Center, the Pacific Artist's Co-op Gallery hosts artists from various mediums and often has hands-on classes to explore many different art forms.
With sprawling lawns and winding walkways, Lincoln City Outlets houses over 50 designer and name-brand stores to peruse. From Coach, The North Face and Gap to Nike, Columbia Sportswear and Harry & David—dive into the outlets to discover what you need for your next great adventure.
Find a spot at the D River Wayside with expansive ocean views, easy access to the beach and some of the best kite flying around. Don't have a kite yet? Head over to Northwest Winds Kites & Toys just across Hwy 101. They have a vast, colorful collection of kites of every shape and size.
Another place to hit the beach is Canyon Drive Park located where SW Coast Ave meets SW 11th Dr. A prime spot for surfers, the park features a heated shower to rinse off after catching a gnarly wave. Surfing on the Oregon Coast isn't for everyone. Hook up with a local surf shop for one-on-one lessons.
Strike it rich at Olde Line Lanes and Kitchen. This vintage bowling alley not only serves up fun entertainment on the lanes, but their kitchen is also cooking up something fierce. Everything is scratch-made, right down to the ketchup. Enjoy rotating specials and try a slice of the craft pizza concoctions.
Hungry for more? The food at Kyllo's is as good as its view. Just a stone's throw from the ocean, Kyllo's has a robust menu perfect for lunch or dinner. Enjoy fresh seafood along with some tasty turf. Is J's Fish a Chips really worth the wait. Yes, yes it is. This popular fish n' chips shack is turning out fabulous panko-breaded baskets along with housemade salt and pepper chips. Ask for a cup of chowder on the side and you have yourself a perfect coastal comfort meal.