There are several state and city parks ringing the enormous Devils Lake. Whether you want to fish at East Devils Lake State Park, take a dip at Sand Point Park or take your children to the giant playground at Regatta Grounds Park, there are numerous options. Blue Heron Landing offers boat rentals, too.
Location: 4006 West Devils Lake Road, Lincoln City, OR 97367
This historic Bijou Theatre in downtown Lincoln City has one screen where movies have been shown since 1937. The more modern, six-screen Lincoln City 6 is a short drive south of the Sea Gypsy.
Location: 1624 U.S. 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367
Lincoln City 6: 3755 SE High School Drive, Lincoln City, OR 97367
The Chinook Winds Golf Resort, formerly known as Devils Lake Golf Course, is par for the course. The resort also includes a restaurant and bar, indoor driving range and workout facility.
Location: 3245 NE 50th St., Lincoln City, OR 97367
An independent glassblowing studio that offers two galleries filled with items made in
house and by other local artists. Participate in making your own glass blown creation or
watch these artists at work.
Location: 4821 SW Hwy 101..Lincoln City, OR 97367
The Connie Hansen Garden offers year-round displays of rhododendrons, shrubs, and
perennials chosen for their ability to thrive in our cool, wet climate, in 1-acre gardens.
Walking paths allow you to stroll at your leisure.
Location: 1931 NW 33rd St..Lincoln City, OR 97367
This hidden gem is home to the work of 40 Northwest artists. Inside you'll find a wide
assortment of functional and decorative pottery in an array of glazes, representing the
many and varied styles and techniques of our local and regional potters.
Location: 483 S Immonen Rd..Lincoln City, OR 97367
The Casino offers over 1100 slot machines including a non-smoking section and a high
stakes lounge. Table games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker,
Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Bonus Let-It-Ride, Poker, Keno and a 1,000 seat bingo hall.
Chinook Winds Casino Resort is proud to offer headline entertainment monthly,
comedy acts and signature outdoor events.
Location: 1777 NW 44th St..Lincoln City, OR 97367
Prehistoric is a one of a kind gallery which features the world's rarest fossils, minerals,
and meteorites. The gallery has many hands-on activities for kids of all ages. Our geode
cracker and our gem mining sluice are very popular and fun. Prehistoric has a vast
collection of kids toys, metaphysical minerals, fossils and meteorites. Price points start
at just a few dollars and range as high as $600,000 for a real dinosaur skeleton.
Prehistoric is a must see store while on the Oregon Coast.
Location: 1425 NW Hwy 101..Lincoln City, OR 97367
This is one of the truly amazing places on the Oregon Coast. It has spectacular views
down to Three Rocks, the Salmon River Estuary, and the headlands north of Lincoln
City. The grassy headland is also home to an endangered species of butterfly, the
Oregon silverspot, and at least two rare plant species. Much of the hike is on Nature
Conservancy land, and you are subject to the Conservancy's own restrictions, as the
primary purpose for this protected area is the conservation of native species. Please
stay on the trail and leave your pet at home!
Location: 2341 N 3 Rocks Rd..Otis, OR 97368
This family friendly hike offers something for everyone. A hike through a coastal forest,
a 75 foot waterfall, and a suspension bridge 100 feet above the canyon floor (don’t
worry, the bridge can support 165,000 pounds!).
Location: BLM Rd 1770..Otis, OR 97368
A wonderful space for children and families, highlighted by a large wooden play
structure with unique designs and fun elements. Regatta Park offers Play Structure,
Covered Picnic Area, Boat Ramp, Fishing Dock, Swimming Area, Beach, Walking
Trails, Views of Devils Lake and Restroom.
Location: NE 14th Street..Lincoln City, OR 97367
At the Lincoln City Cultural Center, we believe art is necessary for living well. Whether
it’s experiencing live entertainment or expressing your creativity, we are a community
hub of artistic expression that can enrich your life. From concerts and festivals, to
classes and exhibits, there’s something here for everyone.
Location: 540 NE Hwy 101..Lincoln City, OR 97367
Game Over has over 100 new and classic arcade games along with a great selection of
pinball machines. We have all the classics such as Donkey Kong, Mario Bros, Ms.
Pacman and Galaga and a lot of new stuff too like Terminator Salvation and Big Buck
Location: 2821 NW U.S. 101..Lincoln City, OR 97367
There are new games in childcare and new games in the Arcade. We will be serving
cookies and Pepsi products. Come into childcare and stay or visit the Arcade and play
games and get tickets to be entered into the drawings for prizes.
Location: 1777 NW 44th St..Lincoln City, OR 97367
During the busiest weeks, thousands of gray whales migrate past our windows on their
way to and from the waters of Alaska and Mexico. We keep watch all year long, you
never know who might swim by. Many species including humpback whales, orcas,
dolphins, porpoise and even blue whales have been spotted from our windows.
Location: 119 US-101..Depoe Bay, OR 97341
The Aquarium is a living classroom for all learning styles and ages. As one of Oregon’s
top tourist attractions, the Aquarium is a vital educational resource for the state, with
over 40,000 students visiting the Aquarium each year. The Aquarium strives to be a
center of excellence for ocean literacy and plays an active role in conservation and
animal rehabilitation efforts.
Location: 2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd..Newport, OR 97365
Museum with kitschy oddities on display, including shrunken human heads & rare
Location: 250 SW Bay Blvd..Newport, OR 97365
Walk these beautiful blocks right on the bay to shopping, dining and more. As an active
harbor there are always boats going in and out. Sea lions often use it as a resting spot
to soak up some sun.
Location: Bay Blvd.,Newport, OR 97365
From exploring tide pools teeming with life to witnessing Oregon's tallest lighthouse,
there is something for every visitor at Yaquina Head. Standing 93 feet tall at the
westernmost point of the basalt headland, the lighthouse has been a bright beacon of
the night, guiding ships and their supplies along the west coast since the light was first
lit on August 20, 1873
Location: 750 NW Lighthouse Dr..Newport, OR 97365
A silent and majestic sentinel, Yaquina Head Light Station stands watch over offshore
fishing boats, surfers, and nesting seabirds at Yaquina Head, Oregon.
Location: Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site.,Newport, OR 97365