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Oceanfront or Oceanview…with Beachfront Garden Inn Vacation Rentals you have a variety of choices for Your stay with us. Choose from wonderful homes and condos or consider one of our multi-unit complexes to accommodate groups of 16-28 guests.

Are you ready to get away today?

If your idea of doing something…really is doing nothing…give us a call.

Beachfront Garden Inn Vacation Rentals has been providing vacation lodging to our valued guests since 2001. Many of our guests have stayed in our properties long before that, going back to the early 60’s.

We hope you will take the time to browse through our web site to find the perfect property for your family getaway or a romantic escape to the coast.  We have the privilege of offering you a wide variety of ocean front and ocean view properties.  All privately owned condos or homes where the owners take pride in providing their vacation home to you.  You will find small, intimate condos to 6 bedroom homes, all fully furnished with everything you will need for a weekend or longer. 

With ocean front, ocean view, some with hot tubs, some with direct beach access, some just a short walk to the beach, but each will be calling you back as they all offer all the comforts of home…but what a view!

If you did not plan ahead and need a quick trip to the beach, give us a call.

We usually have the perfect spot for you to enjoy Lincoln City, the Central Coast, restaurants, shopping, golf, fishing, boating, and The Chinook Winds Casino!

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Please visit www.oregoncoast.org for a more detailed list of Things To Do in Lincoln City and surrounding areas.

One The Beach

BEACH COMBING. The best of the sea’s treasure comes ashore after a big storm. You’ll find beautiful driftwood, agates, shells, sea creatures, fishing boat equipment, and if you’re lucky, a Japanese fishing float shaken loose from the seaweedy depths, or a multi-colored handblown float from Lincoln City’s Glass Floats Finders Keepers Event.

For some, there’s no prize like an agate. The semi-transparent stones are pieces of quartz, carnelian, chalcedony and jasper that come loose from the headlands during storms and are left behind when the waves recede at low tide. Agates come in all colors, but most of them are clear or milky. Some even contain tiny fossils.

Japanese glass fishing floats are highly valued by dedicated beachcombers. Some are huge, up to two and three feet in diameter; most, however, are between four inches and a foot wide. They come in various shapes, colors and sizes. They are becoming increasingly rare as fishing boats around the world convert to modern materials like plastic or Styrofoam to float their nets. When the glass versions do appear, they are usually very old and have spent many years drifting in the Pacific Ocean. Perhaps the most fruitful season for beachcombing is the winter, after a particularly high tide and after a big storm. But beware: that’s also the most dangerous time to be on the beach.

Walking the beaches of Oregon can yield a treasure trove – agates, shells, nets, driftwood, a multitude of gifts from the sea. But in Lincoln City, beachcombers can also find brand-new art glass floats, gifts from the City of Lincoln City as part of its yearly Glass Floats Finders Keepers Event.

CRABBING AND CLAMMING. Crabbing and Clamming are great activities for any group, any time of the year. The Siletz Bay at the south edge of Lincoln City is a prime spot for both. For more information on how to do it yourself, please visit the “Catch Your Dinner” webpage!

SURFING. People looking for surfers, and how they operate, can spot them all along the beaches close to Lincoln City. If checking it out in person is what you’re after, visit the annual Nelscott Reef Tow In Surf Competition. For more information on this event please click the link!

Of course, those who ride the chilly Oregon waves must dress for success. The water is very cold most of the time; and wet suits, along with booties, gloves, and a hood, are necessary. As with all ocean sports, caution is key. Before heading out on the breakers, inquire about wave conditions and safe surfing areas.

In addition, there is great windsurfing and kitesurfing opportunities on the Ocean and Devil’s Lake, so if traditional ocean surfing is not your style, you can still hit the water on a board!

Looking for a place to start? Shops in Lincoln City cater to both surfing and skateboarding crowds, selling boards, wetsuits, clothing and equipment, along with lessons and lots of first-hand information:

Oregon Surf Shop, 3001 SW Hwy 101, 541-996-3957
Lincoln City Surf Shop, 4792 SE Hwy 101, 541-996-7433
Safari Town Surf Shop, 3026 NE Hwy 101, 541-996-6335
Rip with Jipp surf lessons, 541-996-7433

WHALE WATCHING. Every spring and fall thousands of people flock to the Oregon coast to watch the Pacific gray whales migrating to and from Baja.

Gray whales were once an endangered species, but protection measures have resulted in their removal from the endangered species list in 1994. The whales migrate each year, about 12,000 miles (19,311 km) round-trip, from northern waters off Alaska to the Gulf of California in Mexico, and back.

The pods usually stay close to land, generally from one-half mile to three miles (.8 km – 4.8 km) offshore. In the fall and winter, the groups of two to 10 individuals are led by pregnant females on their route south. The whales winter over in shallow Mexican waters where the mother whales give birth to their young. In late winter and early spring the whales head back north, where the young will feed and grow in the Bering and Chukchi seas.

Some gray whales take up year ’round residence in this area. The whales live on krill, a small shrimp-like creature, that inhabits the mud flats and kelp.

During the Christmas and spring school vacations, the Oregon Parks Department and the Oregon Division of Fish and Wildlife join private sponsors to conduct whale watching weeks. Volunteer interpreters are on hand from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at locations on the coast to help the novices spot the whales. Look for signs that say “Whale Watching Spoken Here.” The best place to see the migration is from any elevated location in early morning, before the wind begins to blow is the best time to glimpse the shooting vapor the whales expurgate after a dive. Lucky viewers sometimes see them spy hopping (when they stick their heads out of the sea) or breaching (when the whale jumps out of the water and falls back in with a great splash.)

Good spots in Lincoln City for spotting whales are at Roads End, the NW 21st Street beach access and SW 40th Street.

Many people prefer to see the great gray whale close up. Charter boat companies in Depoe Bay conduct regular whale-watching tours, when weather permits.

Charter Companies:
Tradewinds Charters, 541-765-2345 or 800-445-8730
Dockside Charters, 541-765-2545 or 800-733-8915
Reel Nauti Charters, 541-921-1628
Helicopter Tour Flights, 541-867-4140
Whale Research Excursions 541-912-6734

Indoor Activities

COMMUNITY CENTER. A great place to start is the Lincoln City Community Center, on NE 22nd Street (behind Oceanlake Elks). Call the lifeguards at the heated indoor pool 541-994-2131 or click here for the schedule of recreational swims with a waterslide, laps and classes. The facility also houses a fitness center, and a state-of-the-art basketball court, walking track and rock climbing wall. For more information on the Lincoln City Parks and Recreation Department, click here.

CULINARY CENTER. The Culinary Center in Lincoln City focuses on the abundant foods of the Pacific Northwest. It features locally grown and raised foods…from organic vegetables to grass-fed natural meats, prairie-raised chickens, and of course, our vast array of fresh seafood and shellfish. The Culinary Center offers a wide array of classes to fit a variety of comfort levels, many just three hours long. In demonstration classes it’s your job to sit back, relax, and enjoy the wonderful food and wine while you learn from a pro. Or dive right in to a hands-on class.

CULTURAL CENTER. The Lincoln City Cultural Center offers classes in art, dance, music, literature, and theater. The Cultural Center also sponsors play writing contests, fund raisers, and activities to encourage artists of all ages.

DRIFTWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY. Another popular gathering place is the Driftwood Public Library, located in the second floor of the Lincoln Square building at 801 SW Hwy 101, next to Price N Pride. It’s one of the finest in Oregon.

CHINOOK WINDS CASINO. A popular indoor spot in Lincoln City is Chinook Winds Casino Resort, on the north end of town. The casino boasts six restaurants, a video game arcade, live evening entertainment, child care, and of course, a few games for adults. For more information on featured entertainment and amenities please visit the Chinook Winds Casino Resort website.

NORTH LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM. To exercise your mind, visit the North Lincoln County Historical Museum, 4907 SW Highway 101 in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. Learn how community developed and how the Native Americans and white settlers lived many years ago. The archive houses an exhibit dedicated to the city’s eponymous President Abraham Lincoln, as well as a rotation of special showings dedicated to other eras in the region’s history. The museum was recently remodeled and opened new exhibits, it even has a play area for the kids!

MOVIES AND LIVE THEATER. Take in a movie at the historic Bijou Theatre, 1624 NE Highway 101 541-994-8255. It’s an old-time movie house with first run flicks and classic matinees. For a more modern environment, visit the Lincoln City Cinemas 6 movie theater, 3755 SE High School Drive 541-994-7469, for other recent movie releases, and 3D films.

If live theater is your ticket, Theatre West presents Lincoln City’s local talent at their best, 3536 SE Highway 101 www.theatrewest.com

Outdoor Activities

Lincoln City is bordered on the North by the foot of the magnificent Cascade Head. To the East is Devils Lake, a freshwater lake that offers swimming, windsurfing and boating. It rests at the base of the Coast Range foothills. Our Southern boundary is marked by Siletz Bay, the outlet for the Siletz River as it flows into the sea. To the West, Lincoln City is bordered by the mighty Pacific Ocean punctuated with 7 1/2 miles of beautiful, sandy beaches.

ECO-EXCURSIONS. Kayak with a naturalist, hike with an expert, learn more about Oregon. These guided tours are fun and educational AND a fit for the whole family.

NorthWest EcoExcursions, LLC offers guided kayaking tours on the Central Oregon Coast, among other types of adventure trips. Tours are all inclusive. They even provide transportation for our customers from their hotel or park between Lincoln City and Newport. Children under 8 are invited to kayak with an adult, and dogs may enjoy the ride with their owners.

FISHING. Fishing can be great family fun. It’s a matter of choosing between freshwater streams or salty waves, river or bay or lake. The premier freshwater fishing spots in North Lincoln County are Devils Lake, the Salmon and Siletz Rivers as well as Schooner Creek and Drift Creek. Dedicated salmon and steelhead anglers regularly land big ones on the local rivers; salmon of 50 pounds or more have been landed on the Siletz River. License Information: www.dfw.state.or.us. For more information on Devils Lake, visit: www.dlwid.org

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife stocks Devils Lake several times a year with rainbow trout. Rent boats from Blue Heron Landing (on the northern end of West Devils Lake Road). Local trout fishing is especially good during the spring and summer. Anglers have found that Devils Lake also hosts many fine largemouth bass. In addition to trout and bass, the lake also has a good population of yellow perch, crappie, bluegill and catfish. Grass carp also call Devils Lake their home, but those are not for catching.

If lake and stream fishing sounds too tame, head out to sea on a sport fishing charter boat or cast your line from the rocky shore. Nearby Depoe Bay is home to a fleet of fishing excursion boats with experienced crews to help you catch the trophy of your dreams.

Charter Companies:
Tradewinds Charters, 541-765-2345 or 800-445-8730
Dockside Charters, 541-765-2545 or 800-733-8915

CRABBING & CLAMMING. Crabbing and Clamming are great activities for any group, any time of the year. The Siletz Bay at the south edge of Lincoln City is a prime spot for both. For more information on how to do it yourself, please visit our “Catch Your Dinner” webpage!

GOLF. The coast is particularly fortunate with regard to the climate for golfers. Enthusiasts can play year round. When other courses in the Northwest are covered with snow, the mild rain and unlimited mud are not counted as obstacles. In fact, every spring the local Rotary hosts a golf tournament in the mudflats of Siletz Bay.

The two “18 hole” courses in town compliment each other well. Chinook Winds Golf Resort’s 5000 yard course is off Highway 101 on the north end of town. An indoor driving range (the largest in the Northwest) has been constructed at Chinook Winds Golf Resort in Lincoln City. The 12,000-square-foot hitting area overlooks the golf course. Especially for those who prefer to control the climate year around, this coastal setting is a special place to warm-up, practice and tone your ‘golf muscles.’ Salishan Spa & Golf Resort, on Highway 101 at the south end of town, was recently re-designed by PGA member Peter Jacobsen, is the ultimate in Scottish links-style golf. In addition, Salishan, which is also open to the public, has a very nice driving range with grass tees and mats, PGA instructors and a large practice green close by.

People who prefer the quiet and ordinary will enjoy more golf in the immediate area. Three additional ’9 hole’ courses are within a half hour drive; Neskowin and Hawk Creek to the north and Agate Beach to the south in Newport.

Chinook Winds Golf Resort, Lincoln City 541-994-8442
Salishan Golf Links, Gleneden Beach 541-764-3632
Agate Beach Golf Course, Newport 541-265-7331
Neskowin Beach Golf Course, Neskowin 503-392-3377

HIKING. One of the most stunning areas open to hiking is the Cascade Head National Scenic and Research Area. Four miles north of Lincoln City off Highway 101 on Three Rocks Road, Cascade Head has three major hiking paths: The Nature Conservancy Interpretive Trail, the Cascade Head Trail and the Hart’s Cove Trail. The Nature Conservancy Interpretive Trail is two miles long and courses over the north and south side of the monolithic headland. Rocks jut as high as 1,700 feet above the Salmon River Estuary and provide magnificent views of the coast.

In the area north and east of Lincoln City, the Siuslaw National Forest maintains trails that include Hebo Lake, Pioneer Indian Trail and the Niagara Falls Trail. Old logging roads also provide opportunities for hiking. Contact the Hebo Ranger District at (503) 392-3161 for information. A complete guide of all the hiking trails in the central coast is available by calling the Oregon Coast Visitors Association at 888-628-2101.

If you don’t want to leave the city, that’s OK. There’s plenty to do on foot nearby. Some hiking trails in and around the city include the following:

THE NORTH LINCOLN HOSPITAL OPTIMIST TRAIL
Three-tenths of a mile long on gravel, starting at the hospital (3043 NE 28th Street off West Devils Lake Road). The easy, level walk provides a great view of the water.

REGATTA GROUNDS PARK NATURE TRAIL
One-half mile long hike of moderate difficulty on a natural surface, winding through old-growth forest. The park is located off West Devils Lake Road (from central Lincoln City) near the junction of NE 15th Street.

SPRING LAKE
Off West Devils Lake Road across the street from the Indian Shores entrance, just west of Regatta Grounds Park, it’s a one-mile moderately difficult hike on a natural surface, crossing hills and a stream. The route heads around a small, gem-like lake in a beautiful, natural woodland, protected by the local Friends of the Wildwoods and Trails.

DEVILS LAKE STATE PARK
A one-half mile long, moderately difficult hike on a natural surface heads through wetlands to give hikers a good look at tree and shrub ecology. The trail is only one-third complete, but it can be found in the park on NE 6th Drive.

EAST DEVILS LAKE STATE PARK
This facility, located near the southern tip of the lake, is a one-half mile, moderately difficult walk on a natural surface. The hike features views of natural forest land with ferns, wildflowers and mushrooms. Take East Devils Lake Road from the Tanger Outlet Center, look to the west for a dock and parking area.

DRIFT CREEK FALLS
Other great nearby hiking opportunities include Drift Creek Falls, Trail No. 1378. It’s a 1.5 mile, moderately difficult hike on a trail surfaced with rock and native materials. The trip includes a suspension bridge that overlooks a waterfall and a bird’s-eye-view of forest canopies. For information and directions call 503-392-3161.
When you’re hiking on the central Oregon coast, remember that there’s a reason they call it a rain forest. Carry waterproof gear and emergency first aid supplies.

SKATEBOARDING. Lincoln City has a spectacular skateboard park named one of the “gnarliest” parks in the United States. The 8,000 square foot facility in Kirtsis Park has more than 100 lines and a unique 9-foot bowl to challenge boarders of all levels.

The Cradle was added a few years ago and is one of only three of its kind in the world. It’s 8600 square feet (798 sq-m) including 5600 square feet (520 sq-m) under a roof! A third smaller bowl was opened next to the cradle in the spring of 2006.

Kid’s Activities

Lincoln City is a great place for everyone, and kids are no exception. Between the Ocean, Devils Lake, other outdoor activities and tons of great events and attractions, kids and kids-at-heart love Lincoln City.

COMMUNITY CENTER. A great place to start is the Lincoln City Community Center, on NE 22nd Street (behind Oceanlake Elks). Call the lifeguards at the heated indoor pool 541-994-2131 or click here for the schedule of recreational swims with a waterslide, laps and classes. The facility also houses a fitness center, and a state-of-the-art basketball court, walking track and rock climbing wall.

KID’S PARKS. Regatta Park, which fronts Devils Lake, boasts a state-of-the-art playground for the children, as well as a boat launch, walking trails, and an Interpretive Center. Regatta Park is also home of one of the oldest trees in Oregon, estimated to be 400 years old.
Additional children’s playgrounds are available at Wecoma Park on NW 31st and Jetty, and there are tennis courts at Dorchester Park on NW Neptune and NW 28th.

MUSEUMS & LIBRARIES. To exercise your mind, visit the North Lincoln County Historical Museum, 4907 SW Highway 101 in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. Learn how community developed and how the Native Americans and white settlers lived many years ago. The archive houses an exhibit dedicated to the city’s eponymous President Abraham Lincoln, as well as a rotation of special showings dedicated to other eras in the region’s history. The museum was recently remodeled and opened new exhibits, it even has a play area for the kids!.

Another popular gathering place is the Driftwood Public Library, located in the second floor of the Lincoln Square building at 801 SW Hwy 101, next to Price N Pride. It’s one of the finest in Oregon.

SPORT ACTIVITIES. Indoor batting and golf can be had anytime at All American Putt ‘n Bat, located right on Highway 101 in town. Lincoln City also has a great skate park, bowling, billiards and an arcade at Delake Bowl, located at 316 SE Highway 101, a Kids Park, kayaking and bumper boats on Devils Lake, golfing and lots of beach activities. For the brave of heart, there is always surfing, and we have shops that can rent equipment and even provide lessons, so don’t be afraid to hit the waves!

Shops in Lincoln City cater to both surfing and skateboarding crowds, selling boards, wetsuits, clothing and equipment, along with lessons and lots of first-hand information:

Oregon Surf Shop
3001 SW Hwy 101
541-996-3957

Lincoln City Surf Shop
4792 SE Hwy 101
541-996-7433

Safari Town Surf Shop
3026 NE Hwy 101
541-996-6335

SKATEBOARDING. Interested in boarding on dry land? Lincoln City has a spectacular skateboard park named one of the “gnarliest” parks in the United States, and located behind Kirtsis Field on NE 22nd and Highway 101.

So, we’ve expanded by adding another site so you can board in all kinds of weather. The park also has a cradle, one of only a handful in the world. It’s 8600 square feet (798 sq-m) including 5600 square feet (520 sq-m) under a roof! A third smaller bowl was opened next to the cradle in the spring of 2006.

KITE FLYING. Lincoln City is a place where kite flying is a way of life. On clear summer days when stiff winds blow over the D River Wayside State Park, the sky is filled with scores of kites. The local kite community celebrates two kite festivals each year, the Summer Kite Festival in June, and the Fall Kite Festival, which is held in October at the D River Wayside. Competitions, parades, children’s activities and a sky full of color bring fliers and spectators from all over the world.

Gomberg Kite Productions International
 Tanger Outlet Center
 1500 SE East Devils Lake Road, Lincoln City, Oregon
 541-996-3083
 www.gombergkites.com
Northwest Winds
130 SE Hwy 101, Lincoln City, Oregon 541-994-1004
 www.nwwinds.biz
Windriven
 1529 NW Hwy 101, Lincoln City, Oregon
 541-996-5483
Once In A Blue Moon Gallery
913 SW 51st, Lincoln City, Oregon
 541-996-3133

MORE… In a small community like Lincoln City you’ll bump into businesses and attractions around town that cater to kids in all different ways. From the whimsical charm of the candy shops to the pirate goodies and hands on cookie decorating awaiting your little one at Captain Dan’s Pirate Pastry Shop.

Entertainment

A beautiful day at the beach will leave you rested and happy – just the right mood to enjoy a fine meal and a little evening fun.

CHINOOK WINDS CASINO. Your fun can begin at the Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Majestically overlooking the Pacific Ocean from the north Lincoln City shore, the 157,000 square foot Chinook Winds Casino Resort is Oregon’s premier Casino.  With over 1200 slot machines, table games, live poker, keno and bingo, gaming fun is yours 24 hours a day! The Chinook Winds Casino Resort boasts a beach-front hotel, six restaurants, a video game arcade, live evening entertainment, golf course, and child care.

EDEN HALL. A healthy dose of live music can also be found at Eden Hall, just south of Lincoln City in Gleneden Beach. A renovated brick factory updated with fine art and historic touches, this venue offers blues, jazz and folk music by the West’s finest players. Several times a year, theatrical productions also grace the stage from “The Wizard of Oz” to “Sound of Music.” For details, call (541) 764-3826.

MOVIES.
BIJOU THEATRE
Enjoy a little Hollywood at the historic Bijou Theatre, in the Oceanlake neighborhood at 1624 NE Hwy 101. First run movies show nightly, with weekend matinees and festivals. To hear show times and ticket information, call 541-994-8255.

LINCOLN CITY CINEMAS
Adding to the local film scene is the Lincoln City Cinemas, found just off Highway 101 at 3755 SE High School Drive. Lincoln City Cinemas features stadium seating, bargain shows daily before 5:00 p.m. and plenty of free parking. For information on its schedule of new releases, call 541-994-7469.

NIGHTLIFE. Nightly entertainment is frequently available at the following establishments:

BK MULLIGANS
Bk Mulligans features music on weekends and is located in the heart of Lincoln City just south from the D River Wayside. For more information call 541-996-2468.

CHINOOK WINDS CASINO RESORT
Chinook Winds Casino Resort offers live entertainment in the Hotel Lounge, and big-time performers at the Casino. Or dance away the night at the Rogue River Room Lounge with DJ Metal on Friday and Saturday nights. For more information call 888-CHINOOK.

ITALIAN RIVIERA
Italian Riviera Restaurant and Piano Bar offers live music most nights of the week. For more information call 541-764-3400.

ROADHOUSE 101
Roadhouse 101 offers live, local music every weekend. Located at 4649 SW Highway 101 in the south end of Lincoln City. FMI call 541-994-7729.

MAXWELL’S
Karaoke starts at 9 pm. Tuesday is “Latin Night” – dancing to Latin Music. Maxwell’s is located at 1643 NW Hwy 101, in the heart of the Oceanlake District of Lincoln City. Call 541-994-8100 for more information.

SALISHAN SPA
Unwind in the Attic Lounge with live entertainment on the weekends. Salishan is located in Gleneden Beach, just south of Lincoln City. Call 800-452-2300 for more information.

THEATRE WEST. One of the community jewels is Theatre West, which has been producing mystery, comedy and drama for the past quarter-century. The membership, numbering more than 200 theater-loving volunteers, offers five shows every year in the Nelscott District.