- The list below includes 56 free or cheap things to do in or near Lincoln City, Oregon, including 53 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Art Gallery, Arcades and Bowling.
- From Siletz Bay Park to Drift Creek Covered Bridge, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lincoln City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Pacific City and Depoe Bay.
Lined with forests and cliffs, Oregon Coast offers visitors miles of beaches for surfing, boating, fishing, and other outdoor activities. During low tide, visitors can walk out onto the shore to explore tidal pools for small marine creatures.
The feature of Canyon Drive Park that locals espouse the most is that it lies adjacent to a secluded beachfront that provides visitors with seaside relaxation during the summer. The park also offers restroom facilities and a marked trail.
Donkey Kong, Mario Bros., Ms. Pacman, Galaga, and Terminator Salvation are just a few of the games available beside the 70' big screen TV for game-days at Game Over Arcade Bar & Grill. Kids of all ages are welcome before 9pm.
Guests can enjoy the freshest produce at Lincoln City Farmers Market. Vendors at the market include florists, farmers providing fresh produce and preserves, plant nurseries, coffee vendors, bakeries, and entertainers.
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Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367 MoreLess Info
Offering 25 full hookup camp sites, 50 tent sites, and five sites with electrical power, Devil's Lake State Recreation Campground is a camping facility aimed at hikers and bikers. The campground also has yurts available.
Mossy Creek Pottery was founded in 1973 on 6 acres bordering the beautiful Siletz Bay Wildlife Refuge. This hidden gem is home to the work of 40 NW artists. Inside you'll find a wide assortment of functional and decorative pottery in an array of glazes, representing the many and varied styles and techniques of …
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4907 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367 MoreLess Info
The North Lincoln County Historical Museum features life in North Lincoln County starting in the late 1800s through 1965. The museum is located in the historical fire station built in 1941.