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Lincoln City Aquarium

No trip to Lincoln City is complete without a visit to the Oregon Coast Aquarium. Located in Newport, the aquarium offers animal encounters and tours, educational programs, diving, and so much more. Whether you decide to browse through the exhibits, kiss a seal, or swim...

The Central Oregon Coast is known for its beautiful beaches and awe-inspiring landscapes, but did you know that it also boasts a world-class culinary scene? From fine dining establishments to casual seafood shacks, Lincoln City is home to a variety of award-winning restaurants. Indulge in...

Here are the best things to do in Lincoln City, Oregon

When you dream of vacation, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Perhaps you envision pristine stretches of shoreline and days filled with sunshine. Maybe you think about action-packed adventures and spending time with family. When you plan a trip to the Oregon...

If you are in the mood to get outdoors and enjoy some fresh air and exercise, here are some great hiking options in the Central Oregon Coast area:

 

1. Cascade Head (South Trailhead)

Length: 6 miles

Directions: From Lincoln City, travel north on Hwy...

Wildfires have consumed the Pacific Northwest in recent weeks. About 40 miles east of Portland acres and acres of forest has been burned through. Windy conditions have spread the smoke to nearing communities.

In Seattle and Portland, The National Weather Service has issued warnings about...

The Central Oregon Coast is home to a unique little town, Pacific City! Cape Kiwanda is a main attraction in Pacific City. With great public beach access, Cape Kiwanda features beautiful rockery, long stretches of beach and sand dunes. All these aspects contribute to the...

The Oregon Coast Aquarium, in Newport, will be kicking off their holiday Sea of Lights event the first weekend of December on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, offering $2 admission with two cans of non-perishable food for the Food Share of Lincoln County, or pet food for...

Conifers and shrubs native to the Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge will be used to create beautiful holiday wreaths.  Refuge volunteer and master wreath maker Lee Sliman will be instructing the process at the Connie Hansen Garden in Lincoln City from noon to 2:30 pm on...

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