The Coho Oceanfront Lodge

Lincoln City, Oregon

Lincoln City, Oregon,

Welcome to Lincoln City, Oregon a great place to try new things. Listed below are a few of the more popular things to do here in Lincoln City. You can click on the links to get complete descriptions. Click here for a list of upcoming Lincoln City events.
Lincoln City Oregon Beach Hotel Beaches


One block away is seven miles of pristine beach where you can build a sand castle, fly a kite and be a kid again. Lincoln City is also host to the Finders Keepers Glass Float program (between October and May). You find it you keep it!

Lincoln city historic taft district

Historic Taft District

The Taft area of Lincoln City is host to SW 51 Street, where restaurants such as Mo's and Tikis are located. Also located in the Taft district is the Jennifer L. Sears Glass Float Art Studio. The foundry offers free glassblowing demonstrations and you can also blow your own glass float art.
Oregon coast aquarium


The Oregon Coast Aquarium is located 25 miles south of Lincoln City in Newport. The Aquarium is considered to be one of the foremost coastal aquariums in the world, and features a creative mix of aquatic life in unique displays.

Oregon coast hiking


Local area hiking trails are magnificent and beautifully maintained. Among these the Cascade Head Trail has a postcard view of the Salmon River estuary and the long beach that fronts Lincoln City. The Nature Conservancy owns 280 acres. Other recommended hikes include Drift Creek Falls.
Oregon Coast Travel Destination

Traveling the Coast

Located within a quick drive from Lincoln City in either direction are several recommended stops. Yachats to the south is home to many unique rarities including the Devils Churn, Cape Perpetua Visitor Center, and the Cape Perpetua WWII lookout hut. The Devils Punch Bowl and Depoe Bay are also local favorites and are located within a 30-minute drive from The Coho.

lincoln city kite flying


Lincoln City was named by Kitelines Magazine as one of the best places to fly kites in North America. Kite flying is a family activity available in Lincoln City throughout the year, regardless of the weather, through festivals, kite building workshops and kite flying lessons. Visit Catch the Wind Kites.
lincoln city culinary center

Cooking Classes

Nestled atop the tallest buildings in Lincoln City, the Culinary Center is the home of Pacific Northwest cuisine.  Presented by local award winning chefs and visiting masters from other states, even one class at the Culinary Center can make your kitchen the home of the next great party.

Lincoln City Cultural Center


The Historic Delake School is now home to the Lincoln City Cultural Center, a center for learning, with gallery exhibitions, dance and musical performances, poetry readings, film festivals, and other entertainment for all members of the family.
lincoln city antique mall


"Antiquing" is a very popular in Lincoln City. A very short distance from The Coho is the wonderful Little Antique Mall with 15,000 square feet of space and over 80 dealers. We are also within walking distance to 101 Inspirations and the Rocking Horse Antique Mall in the Oceanlake area of Lincoln City.

lincoln city Oregon horticultural community


Constance P. Hansen, a well-known member of the regional horticultural community, moved to Lincoln City in 1973. She developed her acre plot with her own hybrid and exotic plants, creating an oasis of blooms, ponds and trees.
Surfing lincoln city oregon


Surf's always up in Lincoln City! Lincoln City has several surf shops where you can buy or rent surf gear and accessories. We are home to 7 miles of pristine beaches with several fantastic surfing locations. Lincoln City is now home to the annual Behemoth Nelscott Reef Tow In Classic.

the coho skate boarding

Skate Boarding

The Coho is located within skating distance of the "The Gnarliest Skate park in the World" (Thrasher Magazine Dec. 1999). The park has four bowls including a one-of-a-kind "Cradle"… It has to be seen to be believed!
tanger outlet center lincoln city


Located one mile south of The Coho is Lincoln City Outlets, where you can shop and buy direct from over 65 brand-name manufacturers and designer-outlet stores. Located within walking distance is the Oceanlake area of Lincoln City, which offers many classic coastal gift shops, antiques, pet supplies, books and more.

Bijou movie theatre


Lincoln City has two movie theatres. The Coming Attractions Six screen is located three miles south of The Coho and the historic Bijou Movie Theatre, is located within walking distance. Or if live performance is more your liking, Theatre West offers A variety of live stage performances.
whale watching oregon coast

Whale Watching

Whale watching is a local favorite activity and you can do it from the comfort of your room here at The Coho. Or to get a closer view, you may venture eight miles south of Lincoln City to charming Depoe Bay, "The whale watching capital of the world." through Tradewind Charters.

chinook winds casino


One mile away from The Coho is the popular Chinook Winds Casino where you can try your luck or see headline big-name celebrities perform. Chinook Winds even has a Shuttle that will pick you up and drop you off from The Coho every Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
golf resort lincoln city


Two miles north of The Coho is the lush 18-hole Chinook Winds Golf Resort that also has a one of a kind indoor golfing range. Ten miles South of The Coho Inn is a regionally known favorite, Salishan Golf Links, which wahj s redesigned by Oregon golf legend Peter Jacobson.

devils lake lincoln city oregon

Devil's Lake

Named by the Indians that used to inhabit this area, due to unexplained sea creature sightings, Devil's Lake beckons fishermen, water skiers, swimmers and boaters. Devil's Lake is only minutes from The Coho. Devil's Lake connects to the Pacific Ocean by the D River, which is the shortest river in the world at 120 feet in length.
museum and library lincoln city

Museum & Library

The North Lincoln County Museum features more than 2,000 items from large pieces of machinery to small household articles depicting the life in and around Lincoln City. Another popular local gathering place is the Driftwood Public Library.

yaquina head lighthouse


Located on the north end of Newport the Yaquina Head lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse on the Oregon coast at 93 feet. Located on the south side of Newport the Yaquina Bay lighthouse is the second oldest standing structure on the Oregon Coast.
lincoln city family activites

Family Activities

Located a short distance from The Coho are the All American Putt and Bat indoor miniature golf and batting cages. Other local family activities includes Delake Bowling Alley, Regatta Grounds Park, the Lincoln City Community Center Swimming Pool, Geocaching, and the Chinook Winds Video Arcade.