- Our list of the best things to do in Newport, Oregon, features the top 78 nearby activities — including 44 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Newport, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 26 things to do within the city of Newport, OR , followed by 52 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Yachats, Florence and Pacific City
To have fun and run off excess energy, Wildcat Park features a playground, hopscotch squares, concrete climbing boulders, and a rope/net climbing structure. The equipment is ADA accessible and the concrete wall offers plenty of seating space.
Servicing the Sand Lake region, Sandslingers ATV Rentals provides ATVs for visitors to take on the sand dunes of the Oregon Coast. The shop will meet the visitor at the dunes to bring them the ATVs to ride.
The Majestic Theater is a performance venue that hosts concerts, meetings, and other events. Guests may also reserve this location for wedding ceremonies and banquets, which feature full lunch, dinner, and bar menus.
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.
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.
Located nearby the shores of the Pacific Ocean, Webb County Campground-Park is a 3-acre facility providing beach access as well as RV and tent sites. The area can be used for fishing, surfing, boating and bird watching.
Owned and operated by the Oregon State University, Peavy Arboretum is a local horticultural destination containing a large variety of plant species coupled with historic Native American sites, the Oregon State Forest Nursery and more.