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Neatly settled on the stunning Pacific coastlines of Oregon, Lincoln City is a gorgeous place to rent an RV and take the vacation of a lifetime. The city is named for Lincoln County, which in turn was named for the late President Abraham Lincoln. This seaside city was once a loose collection of several other smaller communities before officially incorporating as Lincoln City in 1965.

Lincoln City primarily subsists off of its three main industries: Healthcare, retirement, and tourism. People from all over the state and country flock to this exciting vacation destination to enjoy pleasant temperatures, an artsy community, spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, and lots of other local attractions. When you book an RV in Lincoln City, you gain access to the magic of seaside Oregon, allowing yourself to travel up and down the coast to various beach towns or inland cities like Salem, Eugene, or Portland. On top of all that, the town is known to host yearly gatherings and celebrations, like the Summer Kite Festival, the Fall Kite Festival, and the Siletz Bay Music Festival held each summer in June and July.

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The Great Outdoors

There are no limits to what you can do and where you can go when you rent an RV in western Oregon, and there are dozens of great parks and recreation areas dotting the coast. You don’t even have to leave town because places like Devil’s Lake State Recreation Area exist within its confines. This amazing little recreation area is sandwiched between Devil’s Lake and the Pacific Ocean, so you can swim, boat, or fish in either fresh or saltwater during your visit. Guests can rent kayaks from the park to use in the lake or take part in guided kayaking tours, and there are ample campsites to use when you bring your Lincoln City camper rental for an overnight stay.

Bob Straub State Park and Cape Lookout State Park are both located to the north on the shores of Oregon, with stunning views and magical sunsets. Bob Straub State Park allows horseback riding, wildlife photography, picnics, fishing, and swimming the ocean, and there are some enormous sand dunes you can climb to delight in panoramic views. Cape Lookout State Park is found over by the city of Tillamook and is well worth a visit if you have the time. The park is located on a sand spit between Netarts Bay and the Pacific Ocean, making for fantastic sunrises in addition to stellar sunsets. Hiking along the coastal trails is a fantastic way to explore the area, and you can even paraglide over the park for unbeatable views of the entire region. There are cabins, luxury yurts, and hundreds of campsites where you can park your Lincoln City camper rental should you desire a stay at this gem of a natural area.

Tillamook State Forest is the largest entity in the local area, and it's much closer than Mount Hood National Forest, one of the most popular features in the entire state. A third of a million acres comprise this enchanting, temperate rainforest, widely considered to be one of the rainiest places in the country, with over 100 inches of rainfall each year. You can traverse the park on foot or a mountain bike, and locate hidden waterfalls and other cool features while resting in the comfort of your Lincoln City motorhome rental at night.

RV Parks

You shouldn’t encounter much trouble locating a place to camp out with your Lincoln City RV rental when you arrive in town. Logan Road RV Park has a wide-open dog park, wireless internet, and guests can access the nearby casino's pool and shuttle service.

Wapiti RV Park is a few miles south of Lincoln City and has a laid-back atmosphere. On-site, there is a basketball court, some picnic areas, and creek access where you can swim or go fishing.

Lincoln City KOA is another option, located on the northeast edge of Devils Lake. There are spacious, shaded campsites that can accommodate the largest recreational vehicles, as well as a dog park, a snack bar, and a clubhouse facility.

City Attractions

Lincoln City’s town motto is “A Great Place to Try New Things,” and you’ll be hard pressed to find a place worthier of this distinction. The city has developed a reputation for being an artsy, cultured town with lots of art galleries and live music on any given night. There are pottery studios, glass blowing shops, elegant gardens, and interesting museums in town that only serve to enhance your experience. North Lincoln County Historical Museum provides invaluable insight into the region’s turbulent history. There are fascinating displays, educational documentaries, and walking tours of historical sections in Lincoln City that you can explore during your visit.

The Abraham Lincoln Statue in the heart of town pays homage to one of the most beloved presidents in United States history, who also served as the inspiration for the city’s name. Abraham Lincoln sits atop a horse, reading a book in a unique and rare portrayal of the 16th president.

If you are looking for some nightlife and live entertainment, the nearby casino could be a good place to visit. There are luxury suites, bars, buffets, restaurants, music performances, and a gaming floor with poker, blackjack, and hundreds of slot machines. If you like to window shop or take advantage of great deals, there is even an outlet mall nearby with name brand selections.

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