Lincoln City was formed in 1965 from the small communities of Taft, Nelscott, Cutler City, Delake, Oceanlake and Wecoma Beach. There are seven miles of beachfront in Lincoln City. You’ll usually find the beaches filled with colorful kites, taking advantage of the winds in this city on the 45th Parallel. Lincoln City was named Kite Capital of the World by “Kitelines” Magazine.
Devil's Lake State Recreation Area
With downtown Lincoln City mere minutes away, you can glide quietly by canoe or kayak on the lake while you watch for coots, loons, ducks, cormorants, bald eagles and grebes. As the only Oregon coast campground located in the midst of a city, the lake is a center of summertime activity. The park is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the 678-acre Devil's Lake. You'll find the campground on the west shore, and the East Devil's Lake day-use area just down the road. The park features boat moorage slips
Pendleton Outlet Lincoln City
Inn at Wecoma
Welcome to the Inn at Wecoma. It is our mission to create a unique lodging experience for our guests who seek more than just a 'place to sleep', and are looking to gain the 'insider experience' in Lincoln City. We are bringing back the nostalgia of the old times through pictures and videos of the past and present, while sharing our insider knowledge of the local area and the Oregon Coast with our guests.
Chinook Winds Casino Resort
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City offers 24-Hour Las Vegas-style casino action, including the newest Slot Machines, Blackjack, Craps, Poker and Roulette; Live Bingo and Keno; Beachfront Hotel, Golf Course, Child Care, Arcade and five fantastic restaurants!
Treasures abound during this ten-day antique store sale event. Participating retailers will have special deals and discounts during the event.Visit Website
Antique Week in Lincoln City
Discover treasures during Antique & Collectibles Week. With numerous stores and malls including more than 100 dealers, Lincoln City has been the place to go on the Oregon Coast if you are interested in antiques and collectibles. To celebrate “antiquing,” every February Lincoln City hosts Antique Week, a nine-day event. This year’s event runs February 10th – 18th and features antique specials and deals throughout Lincoln City, an antique appraise-a-thon, silent auction, daily prize drawings, and a city-wide scavenger hunt. Plus, 300 antique Japanese glass floats will be placed on the beach by Lincoln City’s Float Fairies. You find it, you keep it.
Lincoln City Half-Marathon
Join us for the 10th Annual Lincoln City Half Marathon and 10K, a great way to enjoy early spring on the Central Oregon Coast. The race starts and ends at Taft High School on March 4, 2018. The out and back course is on scenic, two lane rural roads, with rolling hills and a gravel portion at the second turn around.
Race packets will be available from 12 noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 3rd at the Lincoln City Community Center, 2150 NE Oar Place, and from 7 to 8:30 a.m. on race day at Taft High School. A technical t-shirt will be included with registration, and free showers will be available following the event at the Lincoln City Community Center.
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That’s right, your $99 rate includes a $20 gift certificate to the hottest ticket in town, Tom's Fish & Chips! This special is available on standard king or two queen guest rooms, Sunday – Thursday. Add a Friday and/or Saturday for $119 per night. Black out dates include Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30 & 31, 2016 and Feb. 17, 18, & 19, 2017. There is…
This package includes an overnight stay, $40 in dining credits and complimentary shuttle service to Holiday Lights at Shore Acres where over 325,000 lights adorn the park including three life sized whales and other favorite marine animals. (Shuttle service must be booked in advance) Rates start at $165 (+tax)* To book this special stay, please call reservations at 800-953-4800, ext. 3
South Coast Tours will take you on a wildlife viewing experience unlike anything else available on the Oregon Coast. Due to our protected headlands we can paddle in the dynamic nearshore ocean. If it's too stormy we can tour one of the amazing wild and scenic rivers of the south coast. We call it the Wild Rivers Coast for a reason, there are more federally…