Hotels in Lincoln City
Lincoln City, Oregon, is named after President Abraham Lincoln. Kite enthusiasts from around the world gather every spring and fall for kite festivals at the D River State Recreation Site, a state park within the city. A nature area that also includes a camping area can be found within walking distance of the park on the southwest shore of Devil's Lake. During winter months, flocks of seagulls can be seen around the lake.
Located about 101 miles from the center of Lincoln City, Portland International Airport (PDX) is the area's closest major airport. Eugene Airport (EUG) in Eugene, Oregon, provides domestic flights to and from the region. Accommodations in town include a variety of hotels, beachfront lodges and budget-friendly motels located near the Lincoln City Cultural Center, which hosts cultural and art-related events year-round.
Hints and tips
Temperatures are generally moderate throughout the year due to the city's close proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Humidity is highest in July and August, and winters tend to be wet rather than snowy. Most of the nightlife in the city is found around Highway 101 as are the area's most popular restaurants. Fresh seafood is common fare, and the region is known for its participation in Oregon's craft beer movement. You can tour Rusty Truck Brewing Co. or Roadhouse 101 to sample local favorites.
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