So this trip, you have only a short time and want to make the most of it while you are here. That means you’ll have to come back to Lincoln City again soon in order to experience everything! Take in just the highlights and see those things you just can’t miss.

Get on the Beach

— Anywhere!
You come to the Oregon Coast for the beach, right? No trip is complete without getting on the sand. Our seven miles of beach comes with seven miles of smiles. All of Oregon’s beaches are public and open for your enjoyment. With over 17 public beach access points in town it’s easy to get there. Some beach accesses are more accessible than others. Learn about the beach and access

Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio

4821 SW Hwy 101 • 541-996-2569 • Website
At this glassblowing studio you have the opportunity not only to see glassblowing in action, but also to experience the art. The studio offers glassblowing demonstrations free to the public, exclusive of a few major holidays. In the winter, the studio may close before 6pm. Public restrooms and visitor information about the area are available.

For a modest fee, studio artisans will teach anyone in your group how to make their own paperweight, bowl, or glass float. The work is ready for them to take home the following day or can be shipped. Photography and questions are allowed and encouraged, and the artists make every effort to educate guests about the various techniques of the craft. Call or visit their website for reservations.

Recommended time: 45-60 minutes plus 20-25 minutes for every person in the group who wishes to blow glass

Chinook Winds Casino Resort

1777 NW 44th • 888-CHINOOK • Website
The casino is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians and is open 24/7. Chinook Winds has slot machines, keno, black jack, poker, live entertainment, children’s arcade, and several excellent restaurants. Restrooms, handicap accessibility, motor coach parking, and food are available. There’s no admission fee for anything other than the live entertainment.

Recommended time: At least 1 hour

Mo’s Restaurant

860 SW 51st • 541-996-2535 • Website
If you stop for lunch or dinner at Mo’s, a traditional coastal favorite, you get the benefit of a great view of beautiful Siletz Bay, its wildlife, and maybe even that phantom ghost ship. Beach access, ample parking and public restrooms are available nearby.

Recommended time: At least 1 hour (wait can be longer in summer)

Lincoln City Outlets

1500 SE East Devils Lake Road • 866-665-8680 • Website
Lincoln City Outlets has more than 50 designer and name brand stores to choose from with thousands of valuable items to offer. You’ll find top brands such as Coach, The North face and Gap as well as staples of the Pacific Northwest like Nike, Columbia Sportswear and Harry & David. Public restrooms, motor coach parking, handicap accessibility, and food are available.

Recommended time: At least 1 hour

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