Explore the wild side of Lincoln City and discover some of the best outdoor spaces in the area in which to have your adventure. Commune with Nature.

Cascade HeadExperience spectacular views at Cascade Head, just north of Lincoln City, OR

Just north of Lincoln City, Cascade Head is a premier hiking destination offering out and back trails with stunning views of the coastline. With the pristine Salmon River Estuary below, Cascade Head is a protected wildlife sanctuary and some trails are closed at certain times during the year.

You’ll discover three separate experiences including the Nature Conservancy Trail, Harts Cove and the Inland Trail. Learn about Cascade Head

Recommended time: 2-3 hours

Drift Creek Falls

Explore Drift Creek Falls just east of Lincoln City, ORWith a suspension bridge and beautiful waterfall, this is one of the best hiking spots in the area. Located within a short drive east of Lincoln City, this moderate hike does require a day use fee at the trailhead, but you just might find it worth the small price of admission. Learn about Drift Creek Falls

Recommended time: 2-3 hours

Devils Lake

Devils Lake is in its own little world and provides an alternative on the water experience to the ocean. Just a short drive from the surf, it’s amazing at how different it can be with its warmer waters and calmer surface. The lake features surrounding parks and equipment rentals to enjoy the water. A wide variety of wildlife can be viewed from points around the lake. Learn about Devils LakeDiscover Siletz Bay in Lincoln City, OR

Recommended time: 2-4 hours

Siletz Bay

In south Lincoln City, Siletz Bay is home to a variety of wildlife, scenic views and recreation opportunities. The bay offers a more sheltered beach experience with calmer waters and a break from the coastal winds. Learn about Siletz Bay

Recommended time: 2-3 hours

Connie Hansen Garden

Wander the Connie Hansen Garden in Lincoln City, ORAn oasis of blooms, ponds and trees, the garden is open year round dawn to dusk. There are many enchanted pathways both graveled and grass. Admission is free.

Enjoy this hidden gem tucked quietly away just off Hwy 101 on the north end of town. Learn about the Connie Hansen Garden

Recommended time: 1 hour

 
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