There are four very distinct seasons on the Central Oregon Coast and it is enjoyed by vacationers
December to Mid March
If you enjoy cloud formations and watching storms roll in and out, there is no place like the Oregon Coast in the
winter. Thousands of people come to the coast to watch this phenomenon. It’s also a great time to enjoy
the casino and make those killer buys at the outlet mall.
Mid March to Mid June
The days are getting longer, and the sunsets are even more breathtaking than usual. Birds are coming back,
the flowers are blooming, and the smell of the sea is in the air. You don’t want to miss the beach this time
Mid June to Mid September
The weather is warm, and ocean fishing, crabbing, and whale watching are in
full swing. The 7 ½ miles of Lincoln City Coastline has kite flying, beachcombing, and a hundred other
activities going on. This is the busiest time of the year, and there is no place like the Central Oregon
Coast in the summer..
Mid September to December
The summer crowds have started to thin, but the weather continues to be
great. All those fun beach activities you wanted to do in the summer, but didn’t because of the lines or
crowds are still available, only this time with fewer people. In October the whales begin to migrate, the sea
lions still hang out on the mouth of the Siletz River, and the world renown surfers show up for a major competition
off Nelscott Reef in South Lincoln City in early November.