Parks

Whether you want to picnic, have a barbeque, toss a Frisbee, or drop into a world-class skate park, Lincoln City boasts parks galore.

Stand at the base of a handsome 400-year-old Grandfather Sitka spruce, take your board to a world-renowned skate park, or spread out a blanket and frolic on sprawling hills of grass. Our parks are cartwheel-ready whenever you are.

Regatta Grounds

Located on NE 14th Street. A wonderful space for children and families, highlighted by a large wooden play structure with unique designs and fun elements.

Kirtsis Park

Located on NE 22nd Street. Get active at Kirtsis Park when you hop on your skateboard or play a game of baseball with your friends.

Wecoma Park

Located on NW 31st Street. Wecoma Park is a smaller park, great for a picnic with your family or a quick game of basketball.

Dorchester Park

Located on NW 28th Street. Head to Dorchester Park for a game of tennis or a picnic lunch with friends.

Holmes Road Park

Located on W Devils Lake Rd. Get out on the water and take in the peaceful scenery of Holmes Road Park.

Sand Point Park

Located on Loop Drive. Hang out on the beach or gather your friends and family for a BBQ!

Taft Waterfront Park

Located on SW 51st Street. Take in the views of Siletz Bay or go fishing at Taft Waterfront Park.

Siletz Bay Park

Located on Hwy 101 & Schooner Creek Bridge. Siletz Bay Park is a small park with access to the bay, picnic areas, and more.

Josephine Young Park

Located on SW 65th Street. This beautiful park is home to incredible nature sites and bay access.

Devils Lake & Devils Lake State Recreation Area

Located on 710 SE Highway 101 this park is a highlight for both locals and visitors when they explore the Oregon Coast.

Kids Park

Located on SW 68th Street and SW Fleet Ave. This park is a perfect spot for kids to get active and have some fun.

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