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About Lincoln City

With seven miles of pristine beaches and numerous attractions to see, Lincoln City, Oregon is a prime vacation destination for families. When making plans for a beach getaway, choose from exceptional Lincoln City vacation rentals with close proximity to sun-drenched beaches where families can enjoy water activities from swimming to surfing. Whether you’re lathering on sun block or donning a rain coat, nothing can get in the way of a fun time in Lincoln City.

Transit

The closest airport to fly into is Portland International Airport about two hours away. Rent a car for the drive to Lincoln City and keep it for your stay as driving is the best way to get around the area. The Lincoln City Loop Bus operates only Monday through Saturday, so you’ll be happy to have an alternate form of transportation. For on-the-water exploration, rent kayaks, canoes or wave runners from Blue Heron Landing.

Climate

Lincoln City sees temperate weather with temperatures typically ranging from 45 degrees F to 80 degrees F throughout the year. Although the weather is mild, you should pack rain gear for your trip as rain is frequent and often unpredictable. For the best chance at avoiding any rain showers, visit during the summer when the weather is at its driest and sun block is necessary.

Things to Do

The spectacular beaches along the Pacific Coast are a hub of activity in Lincoln City, and there are a number of beach access points for vacationers not staying in oceanfront Lincoln City vacation rentals. Spend the day paddle boarding, swimming, and snorkeling, or if you’re a landlubber try fishing, crabbing, clamming and shelling along the shore.

Lincoln City also provides several state parks with something for everyone. Conveniently located just minutes from downtown, Devils Lake State Recreation Area offers hiking trails, picnic areas, canoeing, kayaking, and opportunities for viewing wildlife. The cliff-lined beach at Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area is a relaxing respite for picnicking, swimming, hiking and fishing. Roads End State Recreation Site is another great option and is a bit less crowded than the beaches closer to the downtown area.

Away from the beaches, go on a horseback riding excursion at Green Acres Equestrian Center. Pick out a steady mount and explore the land the way it used to be traveled, back in the day when pioneers lived in the area. Visit the North Lincoln County Historical Museum to find out about the lives of ...

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