Day-trippers swarmed the Central Oregon Coast this weekend, where thousands escaped tumultuous Portland, the steaming Willamette Valley and blistering Central Oregon. Lincoln City was beset by mile-long traffic jams, but the reward was apparent when we talked with four people on a breeze-swept beach.
As people flock to the water to cool off this summer, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and the Oregon State Marine Board remind people to play it safe at Oregon’s beaches, lakes and rivers.
I rode my bike through the seven miles that is Lincoln City Monday and took some pictures along the way.
A plethora of people packed Lincoln City beaches Wednesday, with many perusing the Pacific's placid perfection under sunny skies.
Waves were big at Nelscott Beach Thursday, Dec. 12, in line with a National Weather Service advisory predicting dangerous surf conditions from 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
National Weather Service Portland has issued a warning for an enhanced chance of sneaker waves for the entire Oregon Coast due to an energetic swell today through Sunday.
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office is seeking the owner of a dog that accidentally bit a Lincoln City visitor Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 15th Street beach access in an effort to rule out if the victim is at risk for rabies.
With sunny skies and temperatures hovering in the high 50s Wednesday, Siletz Bay in Taft had an unusually large number of late-October beachgoers.
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) today lifted public health advisories for contact with marine water at Mill Beach located in Curry County, Hubbard Creek Beach located in Curry County, Nye Beach located in Lincoln County, and D River Beach located in Lincoln County.
The Oregon Health Authority today lifted public health advisories for contact with marine water at Beverly Beach, Agate Beach, and Seal Rock State Park Beach located in Lincoln County and Neskowin Beach and Rockaway Beach in Tillamook County.