If you like to visit awesome, breathtaking waterfalls, stay in one of our vacation rentals. Lincoln City, Oregon, situated along the Oregon coast, is near to several lovely, inspiring waterfalls.
Of course, if waterfalls are nearby, that usually means great hiking trails, beautiful wildlife, and plant life, maybe a swimming hole, and so much more. Oregon coast vacation rentals are near it all.
Those who stay in vacation rentals near Lincoln City, Oregon probably already knows about the seven miles of sandy beach, plus the great selection of restaurants and other things to do in Lincoln City, Oregon. But for those who desire a drive up into the hills to see some breathtaking sites, we’ve got that covered also.
Just a short drive from your Lincoln City, Oregon vacation rentals you’ll find the Drift Creek Trail. Drift Creek Trail is an easy hike, with a tremendous payoff. The Drift Creek Falls plunges 66 feet. Visitors get magnificent views of it from a 240-foot-long suspension bridge that crosses the lower Drift Creek below the Falls.
Just north of town, and near Lincoln City, Oregon lodgings is Chitwood Falls. The trail to view this waterfall is not long, but it is closed to traffic between January and July, so plan accordingly. The path which takes visitors to Chitwood Falls also affords visitors a great view of the Pacific Ocean, and a nice place to sit and relax.
Valsetz Falls is for the more experienced and adventurous explorer staying at Oregon beach vacation rentals. The path to view Valsetz Falls is far more rugged, taking the hiker through the beautiful, wooded land east of Lincoln City. Valsetz Falls is one of a few on the Siletz River as it works its way to the Pacific.
Those who dare the trek to Valsetz Falls would also be prepared for similar treks to Euchre Falls, and Doris Falls which offer similar experiences.
But perhaps the most spectacular waterfall nearby beach rentals near in Lincoln City, Oregon is the 319-foot cascade at Munson Creek State Park. This is the tallest waterfall in the Oregon coast range. Parking is available nearby, giving visitors only one quarter mile to walk, and that walk is accessible to all levels of hiker.
So, no matter what your level of hiking prowess may be, and how adventurous you are, Oregon has waterfall viewing experiences to suit your fancy.
Book your stay in any of our many Oregon vacation homes today and find your peaceful place where the water comes tumbling down.