Lincoln City, OR, USA

Lincoln City, OR, USA

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We're thinkin' Lincoln (and you should, too)

A scenic town on Oregon's Pacific coast, Lincoln City offers the ideal backdrop for a relaxed, seaside getaway. Just over an hour west of Salem, nature lovers flock to Lincoln City for its protected shoreline, which includes more than 7 miles of sandy beaches, as well as tide pools, inlets, and wooded seaside bluffs. You'll find a wealth of parks and open space around your Lincoln City vacation rental, and the town is also home to everything from artists' shops, funky eateries, and independent cafes to a sprawling outlet mall and a nearby golf course.

Lincoln City—a (tiny) river runs through it

With more than 7 miles of coastline, Lincoln City has everything you could want in a remote seaside town. The D River, one of the shortest in the world, flows between Devil's Lake to the Pacific Ocean at the D River State Recreation Site. Here, you'll find a sandy beach and ample space for fishing, boating, and surfing, and the park also hosts regular kite-flying events throughout the year. There's a wealth of open space in the area, too, and you can find plenty of spots for camping and hiking in the nearby Siuslaw National Forest.

Lincoln City—local history and a (sort of) local aquarium

Once you've gotten enough of Lincoln City's epic outdoors—if that's even possible—you'll find countless indoor activities worth your time, too. At the North Lincoln County Historical Museum, you can explore local history through art and artifacts, including a permanent collection of glass fishing floats from America and Japan. You can try your luck at Chinook Winds Casino's 157,000-square-foot gaming floor, which includes poker, slots, and table games. Less than an hour from your Lincoln City vacation rental, the 23-acre Oregon Coast Aquarium is home to numerous species of marine life from the Oregon coast.

Summer sun and winter rain in Lincoln City

Lincoln City has a warm Mediterranean climate, with mild-to-warm summers, and cool winters that offer plenty of rainfall. Average summer highs peak at 72 degrees in August, with average highs of 70 degrees in both July and September as well. December and January are the coldest months of the year, with average lows of 37 and average highs of 47 degrees. Lincoln City is at its busiest during the warmer summer months, and you'll have the best luck snagging killer deals on Lincoln City vacation rentals during the slower, rainier winter months.

Sandy, seaside scenery in scenic Lincoln City

Along Oregon's central coast, the area around Lincoln City is made up of sandy beaches and rocky shoreline, much of which rises steeply into wooded seaside bluffs that offer killer views of the Pacific Ocean. In the nearby Drift Creek Wilderness, part of the sprawling Siuslaw National Forest, you'll find nearly 5,800 acres of preserved wilderness, including old-growth forests, steep hillsides, and the eponymous Drift Creek. The park offers a habitat to countless species of local plant and animal life, including elk, deer, owls, bald eagles, and even the occasional black bear.