- 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.
The mission of Oregon's Gallery Theater is to educate and entertain through the works of local talent. The theater puts on various productions throughout the year that include stage plays, musicals and holiday events as well as hosting kid's camps to inspire local youth.
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The Winds & Waves Waterpark is one of the attractions located within the Evergreen Museum. It is 70,000 square feet educational indoor water park where children can learn about the power of water and, at the same time, enjoy themselves with the wave pool and water slides.
Sunflower Stables is set on 10 acres and offers services for horses including boarding and private riding lessons and camps. They have a lighted indoor arena, an outdoor arena, and several acres of summer pastures.
Yachats Commons Park is a place where people can see a marshland. The area is filled with boardwalks and paths through native plants, flowers, and a preserved spruce forest, which also serves as home to migrating waterfowl, ospreys, and other sea birds.
Oregon State University, one of the most environment and energy efficient campuses around, contains a number of tourist attractions such as the LEED-certified Kelley Engineering Building, the historic century-old Kearney Hall building, multiple sports facilities and more.
Yachats only has 635 permanent residents but its population can swell when the tourists arrive in this resort community. Visitors can beachcomb, stroll, ride bikes, watch animals and birds, shop, play golf, ride horses, climb sand dunes, ride dune buggies, shop, and many other activities.