Introduction to Lincoln City, Oregon
Lincoln City History
Lincoln City was created after the merging of Cutler City, Delake, Nelscott, Oceanlake and Taft. Native Americans were the first settlers in the area. The city derived its name from the county, which was named in honor of Abraham Lincoln. The city was incorporated in 1965.
Lincoln City and nearby Attractions
- North Lincoln County Historical Museum
- Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
- Beverly Beach State Park
- Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area
- Canyon Drive Park
- Devils Lake State Park
Things To Do In Lincoln City
Taft Park, D River State Park, Canyon Drive Park and Regatta Park are all accessible from Lincoln City. The North Lincoln County Historical Museum may prove interesting to those hoping to learn more about the area’s history, while the Devils Lake Golf Course provides facilities for local golfers. Devils Lake also offers facilities for boating and fishing.
Lincoln City Transportation
Portland International is the nearest major airport.
Lincoln City Higher Education
Western Oregon University, Willamette University and Oregon State University are colleges that are nearby.