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LINCOLN CITY
Oregon, U.S.A.
A SMALL CITY WITH LOTS TO OFFER
Welcome to Lincoln City, Oregon.
Lincoln City is part of Lincoln County and home to around 7,930 residents. The city was incorporated in 1965 and named after the county, which in turn was named after U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. As it happens, the name was actually chosen from contest entries submitted by local school children. Lincoln has plenty to offer visitors and residents, with options ranging from cultural recreation to outdoor adventures. Kayak in the sparkling Siletz Bay or the Siletz River, or venture out on a Whale Watching and Deep Sea Fishing tour more than 200 gray whales live in the area year round. Or dive, swim and explore in the Devils Lake; a destination kinder to visitors than its name will have you believe. Those who are into horseback riding will find many peers, as this is one of the most popular activities in Lincoln City. Check out the Green Acres Beach and Trail Rides, which offers plenty of trail riding and even scenic beach rides. If you're in town for the weekend, you can stay at their Horse Hotel. Kids and young adults have places to go as well, like the Lincoln City Community Center, which offers a variety of sports activities for a reasonable fee. Another fun place for teenagers in particular is the Kirtis Park, a state-of-the-art bowl with 200 lines, comprising one of only four skateboarding cradles in the world. Smaller children may enjoy the Regatta Park where they can play on the Castle play equipment. Grownups can relax at the Chinook Winds Casino Resort, which also features an outstanding fitness center, a tennis court and an impressive golf course. The Salishan Spa & Golf Resort features another beautiful course for those who like practicing their handicap. Finally, definitely pay a visit to the Connie Hansen Garden; a gorgeous piece of landscaping that has been featured in Sunset Magazine and Fine Gardening. The garden is open to the public at all times and boasts outstanding beauty and flora.
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