Lincoln City, Oregon Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Premier RV Resort Lincoln City
  2. Devils Lake State Recreation Area
  3. Coyote Rock RV Resort and Marina
  4. Chinook Bend RV Resort
  5. Devils Lake RV Park
  6. Lincoln City KOA
  7. Logan Road RV Park
  8. Sea and Sand RV Park
  9. Fogarty Creek RV Park
  10. Boiler Bay RV Park
  11. Martin's Trailer Harbor
  12. Neskowin Creek RV Resort
  13. Beverly Beach State Park
  14. Agate Beach RV Park
  15. Castle Rock Campground Siuslaw National Forest
  16. Cape Kiwanda RV Resort
  17. Seascape RV Park
  18. Webb County Campground
  19. Port of Newport RV Park
  20. South Beach State Park

Lincoln City, Oregon

Campgrounds and RV parks are located in Lincoln City.

The jewel-like glass floats used by the Japanese fishing boats wash ashore in abundance on the Pacific Ocean side of Lincoln City. These floats have formed the basis for an annual festival, a historic museum display, street art, and provide a signature look for the City of Lincoln City.

The city is on the central Oregon Coast with seven miles of Pacific Ocean beach on the west and Devils Lake on the east. Steady winds, attributed to its location on the 45th parallel, have resulted in the moniker Kite Capital of the World. The moderating influence of the ocean, along with the moist air and dependable wind give the city a desirable and fairly predictable climate.

The name Lincoln City was chosen during a naming contest among school students in 1965. The incorporation that year brought together five communities under one administration and using the name of one of them was considered controversial. So the county name was selected along with the city designation. The population is around 8,000.

  • beachcombing for glass floats
  • North Lincoln County Historical Museum
  • tide pool exploration
  • crab- and clam-collecting
  • wave surfing and windsurfing
  • annual surfing competition
  • gray whale-watching
  • Fishing on Devils Lake, nine species of freshwater fish
  • Kite Capital of the World
  • Hatfield Marine Science Centre
  • Cascade Head Music Festival
  • wildlife viewing, various habitats
  • storm-watching in winter
  • biking, hiking
  • four golf courses in city, many in outlying areas
  • bird-watching, actively promoted by Lincoln City Audubon Society
  • Devils lake State Recreation Area

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