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Lincoln Beach, Oregon

Lincoln Beach, Oregon is a small community approximately 10 minutes south of Lincoln City. It is nestled between several popular destinations on Oregon's central coast and is a convenient stopping place for travelers who want to experience some of Oregon's highlights from the nearby convenience of a small town.

Sitka Spruce forests and miles of sandy beachfront link the towns of Lincoln Beach and Depoe Bay, Oregon's smallest protected port. Fogarty Creek National Recreation Area sits on this stretch of coastline, offering scenic hiking trails and views of the ocean. Further south is Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint, with eye-popping vistas of Oregon's rugged coastline and lots of wildlife viewing.

Certainly one of the benefits of staying in Lincoln Beach is its proximity to good restaurants. Nearby Lincoln City is known for its fine dining establishments, which specialize in local seafood and exquisite settings.

Accommodations in the Lincoln Beach area include bed and breakfast inns, hotels and nearby camping. Beverly Beach State Park includes full-service RV sites along Spencer Creek, ADA accessible camping, yurts, interpretive services and a book and gift shop.

Lincoln Beach can be reached from Salem by following Highway 18 west to Lincoln City and then south on U.S. Highway 101. Oregon Coast's main connector, Highway 101, runs through Lincoln Beach, connecting it with numerous points north and south.

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