- TripBuzz found 58 things to do with kids in or near Lincoln City, Oregon, including 42 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Depoe Bay and Pacific City.
- From Green Acres Equestrian Center to Oregon Coast, the Lincoln City area offers 52 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Arcades, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- Located in Central Oregon, Lincoln City offers many waters and beaches. Tourists visiting the area can enjoy surfing, boating, paddle boarding and kayaking as well as searching for treasure on the beach. An artsy community, the city is home to many art galleries including a glass blowing studio. The city also offers casino gambling, antique shopping and live theater.
Providing access to the Willamette River, Willamette Park and Natural Area has open meadows and trails for hiking. The area can be used for fishing and boating and has picnic areas, a frisbee golf course, soccer fields and a playground.
Heceta Head Lighthouse is a historic structure which dates back to late 19th century and is still operational. The lighthouse features one of the last few operating Fresnel Lens and offers panoramic views of the ocean and the beach.
A five acre neighborhood park, Riverbend Park has several attractions for kids, including playground equipment and a climbing wall. The park also has lots of open green space, a covered picnic shelter, and public restrooms.
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Three historic homes have been turned into a children's museum at the A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village. At Rockenfield House, children pretend to go to the grocery store, travel to China, and read storybooks, at the Gilbert House children interact with science, and at the Parrish House children learn about Gilb…
Patrons can find over 350,000 items including print books, audio books, DVDs, videos, music CDs, cassettes, public computers, meeting space, and art shows at the Salem Public Library. Visitors can also view a small art gallery.
The Gilbert House Children's Museum is composed of three historic Victorian buildings that host hands-on, interactive exhibits for children, most notably, a 52 feet high erector set tower. The museum also offers summer camps, party packages, and outreach programs.
Bush's Pasture Park contains the oldest greenhouse conservatory in Oregon, the Bush Barn Art Center featuring contemporary art, and the Bush Museum in the Asahel Bush home. The park also contains numerous playgrounds, horseshoe courts, tennis courts, and ball fields.
Guided tours take visitors to Bush House Museum back to 1878, the year the family mansion was constructed. Inhabited for 75 years by the family of owner Asahel Bush II, the house, located in Bush's Pasture Park, was kept largely in its original condition.