Lincoln City is located on the scenic Oregon Coast at the 45th parallel and is situated 11 feet above sea level. It is bordered by 680 acre Devils Lake and the Coast Range on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west.
Lincoln City boasts 7 1/2 miles of beautiful, clean sandy beaches, the Salmon River to the north and the Siletz Bay and River to the south. Lincoln City is approximately two hours from Portland and one hour from Salem, Oregon’s capital city.
Lincoln City’s permanent population is 7,930. During the summer months, the population can easily escalate to over 30,000 with visitors from all over the world. Approximately 36 percent of the population is over the age of 55, median age is 43
The average temperature in January is a low of 36F, and in August the average high is 71F. The hottest month on average is August, while the coldest is January. The driest month on average is July, with December being the wettest. The average annual precipitation is 97.270″. The average July afternoon humidity is 75%, and the average January afternoon humidity is 84%.
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Lincoln City Visitor and Convention Bureau
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