Things to Do in Lincoln City
There are plenty of attractions and activities for everyone around our Lincoln City vacation rentals no matter the time of year or their interests. Whether you’re planning a family vacation, or you’re an empty-nester who needs to unwind, you’ll find what you need on the shores of the Oregon Coast.
Top 5 Attractions For Families
Family vacations are fun and affordable in Lincoln City. Catering to everyone’s tastes has never been easier with so much available.
If you’re planning a summer vacation, you can’t go wrong when you align your visit with the Lincoln City Summer Kite Festival. You’ll see some of the biggest, most spectacular kites in the world and everyone can get in on the fun. The event takes place on the D River wayside, right in Lincoln City.
This 680-acre oasis offers almost every fun water activity available. Families can waterski, kayak, canoe, rent pontoon boats, jet skis, hydro bikes or motorboats, swim, or fish.
This vintage bowling alley will whisk you back to times gone by. It offers eight lanes, billiards, and a heavy dose of nostalgia. The bowling alley opened 75 years ago and the same owners have operated it for 35.
All American Putt N Batt offers indoor adventure you can enjoy rain or shine. Their well-maintained, custom miniature golf course and batting cages suit all ages.
This center offers a 25-meter swimming pool and water slide, weight room, cardio room, basketball court, indoor walking/running track, and a supervised indoor rock climbing wall.
Lincoln City also has a few activities aptly suited for kids. Sandcastle Playground at Regatta Park offers a unique, ever-growing playground resembling a fortress guarded by a13-foott dragon sculpture. You can have a picnic or BBQ on the adjoining parkland.
Kids are also able to see aquatic life up close at three easily accessed tide pools in Lincoln City. Kids may see starfish, sea anemones, sea urchins, hermit crabs, tiny fish, and many birds attracted by the sea life.
Most Popular Events Attended
The Lincoln City Summer Kite Festival attracts thousands of visitors, and for many good reasons. It’s spectacular, fun, and participatory. Competitors vie for prizes, but everyone can take part in workshops, races, and other activities.
Finders Keepers is an ongoing treasure hunt for artisan-made glass floats anyone would feel thrilled to find. Organizers place floats above the high tide line and below the beach embankment and you can search starting at any beach access. Extra floats appear during special drop days.
The Siletz Bay Music Festival also attracts many music lovers, because it offers noted performers and a variety of musical styles. They also offer chamber music performance and special events throughout the year.