Things to do in Lincoln City Oregon Looking for things to do in Lincoln City, Oregon? Check out this video from Safari Town Surf Shop for some fun and exciting outdoor activity ideas.
Lincoln City Kayak Tours Looking for a little adventure over your spring break? Check out Safari Town Surf’s Lincoln City Kayak Tours on the Salmon River Estuary. Part of the The Cascade Head Scenic Research Area the first scenic research area in the United States. They offer kayak tours in and around the Salmon river Estuary. […]
Visitors Beware of Thor’s Well! Short video of Thor’s Well in action. Thor’s Well is located in the Cape Perpetua Scenic area just south of Yachats on the central Oregon Coast. Visitors Beware! Thor’s Well draws thousands of visitors every year hoping to get a glimpse of one of Oregon coast’s amazing natural wonders. The […]
Oregon Coast Fat Tire Bike Beach Riding Tips Fat Tire Bikes are quickly becoming the new rave on the Oregon Coast. With 363 miles of breath taking coastline stretching from the Columbia River to the California boarder it’s no surprise why fat tire biking has grown in popularity on the Oregon Coast. Once people started […]
Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market Looking for things to do on the Oregon Coast? Check out the Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market. Browse unique and various crafts and products that are either handmade or home grown by the sellers. Shop various items from local artists from crafts to baked goods and more. It’s […]
Riding Fat Tire Bikes on the Oregon Coast The Oregon coast has miles and miles of beautiful beaches to explore, and there’s no better way to explore them than on a fat tire bicycle. Fat tire bikes have a four inch wide tire that cruise over sand and rough terrain with ease. These bikes allow you […]
Finders Keepers Glass Float Hunting Finding glass floats on the beach has become a popular activity on the beaches of Lincoln City Oregon, and for good reason. Local glass artists blow beautiful glass floats that are strategically placed along the shoreline of Lincoln City’s 7 mile stretch from Roads End to Siletz Bay. To find […]