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The Love Shack by Siletz Bay
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Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
The Love Shack by Siletz BayThe love shack is a little old place where we can get together... Cozy and tranquil within walking distance to Siletz Bay. The property has on site parking and an outdoor space with comfy chairs to sit by a fire and listen to the ocean. Next to the home is an outdoor shower to rinse off sandy feet when coming back from the beach and the entrance to sauna. This is an ideal location for quiet relaxation yet close enough to excellent restaurants. Just a 5-10 min drive past the outlet mall.
Sea Glass by Siletz Bay
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Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Sea Glass by Siletz BayOur modern and comfortable studio apartment is just steps from the beautiful beach on the Siletz Bay! The apartment is on the end of a quiet street in the quaint neighborhood of Cutler City. The bay is perfect for exploring the beach, bird watching, clamming and kayaking. Be sure to keep a look out for the glass floats that are hidden along the waterline.
Moonraker -Oceanfront, balcony, kitchen, fireplace
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Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Moonraker -Oceanfront, balcony, kitchen, fireplaceYes, we are accepting reservations! Lincoln City is now open to all guests. Second-level condo with kitchen, fireplace, sofa and recliner in front room, ocean balcony.

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Lincoln City Oceanfront Condo
$113 per night
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Pacific Pearl - Stunning, Clean, Spacious!
$201 per night
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Bayside Bliss - Lincoln City, OR
$92 per night
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Oceanfront + Dogs + Hot Tub = Idyllic Beach House!
$375 per night
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Ocean View/Hot Tub/600 ft to beach/pet friendly!
$295 per night
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Little House on the Jetty
$145 per night
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Captain OverKeel Vintage Cabin 1/2 block to Beach!
$150 per night
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Lil Nantucket by the Sea
$150 per night
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JAN 24-25 OPEN | MODERN A-FRAME | HOT TUB | FIRE PIT & PLACE
$212 per night
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Walk to Scenic Beaches from a Lovely, Family-Friendly Home
$245 per night
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The Coasty Cabin - Pet Friendly 2 blks from beach!
$127 per night
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Seascape - Oceanfront Condo w/ Private Hot Tub
$157 per night

Your guide to Lincoln City

All About Lincoln City

Like many of the small towns along the Oregon Coast, the Pacific Ocean exerts a powerful influence on Lincoln City. The town hugs the rocky shoreline, and you’ll find people strolling on the sandy beaches, contemplating the roar of the waves, from sunny June through drizzly December. During the summer and fall kite festivals, whales and other fanciful creatures fill the sky, but you’ll also see kites flying above beaches year round. Some visitors come here for the tribal casinos and the outlet stores, others to hike up to Cascade Head and around Siletz Bay. The city has become a hub for glassblowers, and you can watch the artists at work or even scour the beaches at certain times of year for colorful glass floats.


How do I get around Lincoln City?

Lincoln City is 88 miles southwest of Portland and 58 miles due east of Salem. The Portland International Airport (PDX) is the nearest to the Oregon Coast, served by every major airline carrier, and car rentals there are plentiful.

If you’re not driving, Coastal Connector and North by Northwest Connector buses run among the coastal towns and major Oregon cities. Once you’re here, Lincoln City is small and easy to navigate on foot or by wheelchair, though you’ll want to take a car or rideshare to outlying parks.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lincoln City?

The Oregon Coast is easy to visit all year, with mild winters and clear summer days that never feel too hot or muggy. However, clouds and drizzle are common from fall through late spring, and you’ll want to bring outerwear and shoes that can block both rain and stiff ocean breezes.

During peak visitor season, from Memorial Day through September, the temperatures range between the 60s and the 80s Fahrenheit, and shorts and light dresses are the norm (bathing suits, less so — the Pacific Ocean is a little high drama for casual swimmers). From November through March, it rains most days. You’ll rarely see frost or snow, but temperatures in the 40s and 50s call for sweaters and heavy rain jackets.


What are the top things to do in Lincoln City?

Devil’s Lake

Sea kayaking in the Pacific Ocean is best left to experienced paddlers, but this 680-acre freshwater lake east of town is an ideal spot for beginners to try kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding. The state stocks the lake with rainbow trout as well, so you may want to bring your rod and tackle boxes.

Depoe Bay Whale Watching

People bring their binoculars to the tiny harbor in Depoe Bay, just 12 miles south of Lincoln City, to look for orcas, humpback whales, and even blue whales. Pods of gray whales migrate past the bay in spring and winter, while other whales settle along this section of the Oregon Coast for the summer. Sign up for a cruise or, if it’s open, visit the Whale Watching Center.

Roads End State Recreation Site

Roads End may be the most romantic beach in Lincoln City, if mist-covered waters, secluded nooks, and curious rock formations are your definition of romance. You may see sailboarders out on the waves, but the number of picnics and towels on the beach is sparse. Ask around for the route to the secret cove, and check the tide schedules — you can only explore it at low tide.