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    • Lincoln City, Oregon

      Explore the Oregon Coast at Wecoma Beach

      3.0
      Wecoma Beach is a district of Lincoln City and the beach actually stretches along all of the districts in Lincoln City. This means you can access the beach from practically anywhere, but the beach by Wecoma offers a bit more solitude.  The beach is dog-friendly, so take your four-legged-friend ou...
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    • Lincoln City, Oregon

      Relax at Siletz Bay

      3 mi / 0 ft gain
      The Siletz Bay region of Lincoln City offers a wide variety of activities. With miles of public beach, there is a lot to see and explore.  Despite being the "quiet" part of town, getting here and finding parking will be your biggest issue this whole trip. Parking although free, is very limited, s...
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    • Lincoln City, Oregon

      Hike to God's Thumb

      4.0
      2 mi / 800 ft gain
      From Road's End State Park, map your way to the end of NE Port Street and park on a pull off next to the described gate: on your right you'll see the gate with three skinny trees to the right of it. You'll want to park as close to this gate as possible, this will be in between some houses on a hi...
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    • Otis, Oregon

      Hike to Cascade Head

      4.5
      6.8 mi / 1200 ft gain
      Cascade Head on the Oregon Coast sits a top a 270 acre preserve protected by the Nature Conservancy and is a National Scenic Research Area and a United Nations Biosphere Reserve. From the south trail head at Knight Park the trail winds through an old growth coastal forest before climbing 1200 ver...
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    • Otis, Oregon

      Hart's Cove Trail

      5.0
      5.34 mi / 1378 ft gain
      The trail starts at the end of Forest Service Road 1861 which is closed January 1st through July 15th for wildlife conservation.   This trail descends about 900 feet in elevation through a Sitka Spruce-Western Hemlock rain forest. You will cross two seasonal creeks and end at a prairie headland ...
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    • Otis, Oregon

      Hike to Drift Creek Falls

      4.9
      3.5 mi / 490 ft gain
      This hike down to Drift Creek Falls is more of an easy stroll. But before you reach the trail head, if coming from the north, make sure to stop at Oregon's oldest covered bridge off Bear Creek Rd.The trail head to Drift Creek Falls will be farther south on Bear Creek Rd where you will branch off ...
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    • Depoe Bay, Oregon

      Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint

      Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint is a stunning coastal gem on the Oregon coastline. Boiler Bay offers up picturesque panorama views of the Pacific Ocean and rugged cliffs. Located just north of Depoe Bay, this state scenic viewpoint is a great stop for not only taking in the landscape but also ...
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    • Depoe Bay, Oregon

      Watch the Grey Whale Migration at Depoe Bay Scenic Park

      5.0
      0.5 mi
      It all started when a man, in my grandad's age, initiated a conversation outside a rest stop just off the coastal highway, 101. I, then, was alone waiting for my travel companions outside the restrooms. He approached me without warning, and began asking intricate details of my travel plans and th...
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    • Polk County, Oregon

      Walk the Valley of the Giants

      5.0
      From the parking area, the Valley of the Giants trail crosses the Siletz River and passes a tranquil picnic spot before beginning a 1.3 miles loop trail through some of Oregon's oldest and largest Doug Fir trees. Many reach 500 years in age and heights exceeding 200 feet. In fall, vine maples exp...
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    • Otter Rock, Oregon

      Explore the Devils Punchbowl Arch

      4.6
      Devils Punchbowl State Park is located just off of Highway 101. Finding the access path to the beach can be tricky since you need to be on the North side of the Punchbowl, but look for a path heading through the trees on C Avenue just north of 3rd. Once you get down to the beach head left.You may...
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    • Otter Rock, Oregon

      Surf Otter Rock

      5.0
      Otter rock is the most popular surf spot for beginners in the state of Oregon. Located by Devils Punch Bowl, Otter rock offers playful waves that are great for beginners to learn how to surf. It's often called the Waikiki of Oregon. Even though it is a predominately beginner surf spot, the waves ...
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    • Cloverdale, Oregon

      Surf Pacific City

      4.5
      From Pacific City, drive into the Pelican Brew Pub parking lot and right out on the beach to park (4x4 recommended, but not required). Suit up, and head out into the water. Sandy, cold water will greet you with occasional perfect swells to catch back to shore! Perfect for surfing, boogie boarding...
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    • Cloverdale, Oregon

      Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area

      4.0
      1.04 mi / 171 ft gain
      Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area is a loop trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Cloverdale, Oregon.
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    • Newport, Oregon

      Surf Moolack Beach

      5.0
      This beach break in Newport Oregon, is very fickle and doesn’t break cleanly very often. It's a wide open beach break, so it is usually exposed to too much swell. However, when the waves do line up, it's a fun beach break with several different peaks to choose from. It offers both lefts and right...
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    • Cloverdale, Oregon

      Explore Cape Kiwanda

      4.8
      Cape Kiwanda is part of the Three Capes Scenic Route. It offers sea stack rock formations, beautiful beaches, sand stone cliffs, and if you are lucky enough, amazing wildlife. It is the home of the Pacific Dory Fleet.If you are early enough, you can catch the fisherman coming and going in the mys...
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    • Newport, Oregon

      Explore the Yaquina Head Lighthouse

      4.6
      The Yaquina Head Natural Area is home to the historic 93 ft tall Yaquina Head lighthouse, built in 1872. The construction of the lighthouse from approximately 370,000 bricks took nearly a year, and the lighthouse has been active ever since.The park is open daily, from 7am until sunset; however, i...
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    Camping and Lodging in Lincoln City

    Lincoln City KOA Holiday
    Otis, Oregon

    Lincoln City KOA Holiday

    Castle Rock Group Campground
    Cloverdale, Oregon

    Castle Rock Group Campground

    Hebo Lake Campground
    Beaver, Oregon

    Hebo Lake Campground

    Sandbeach
    Cloverdale, Oregon

    Sandbeach

    Rocky Bend Group Campground
    Beaver, Oregon

    Rocky Bend Group Campground

    Waldport / Newport KOA Journey
    Waldport, Oregon

    Waldport / Newport KOA Journey