Nestled in the Nelscott district of Lincoln City, with its seven miles of sandy beach
, is a little community called Olivia Beach. If you're yearning for a break from the usual, check out our luxurious vacation rentals in this charming neighborhood and see for yourself why it's an up and coming destination on Oregon's Central Coast.
Where is Olivia Beach?
Olivia Beach is located just 11 miles north of Depoe Bay, the whale-watching capital of the Oregon Coast
, and a very short drive from central Lincoln City. Getting where you want to go is easy, as this little hub is situated right off Highway 101 and across the street from the beach.
Things to Do at Olivia Beach
There's a delightful little park in the heart of Olivia Beach with an open grassy area, picnic tables, a play structure, and a firepit, great for a lazy afternoon lunch or some after-dinner s'mores. The community also has a heated, saltwater pool and exercise room for those who want to stay faithful to their exercise regimen.
When low-tide comes, take the boardwalk to the beach and explore tidepools for marine life, do some beachcombing, and look for glass floats made by local glass artisans and dropped by the Visitors Bureau throughout the year.
Check out the Nelscott strip and sample the food at delicious eateries and browse the shops for jewelry, gems and rocks, chocolates, herbs, and more. There's even a year-round Christmas shop if you're looking to plan ahead for the holidays.
Make your way to Devils Lake, only three miles away, and rent a boat or kayak to paddle around this beautiful, serene body of water. If you're a hiker, you won't be at a loss for places to explore the varied terrain in the area - Cascade Head is a sure bet for stunning views and trails for all skill levels, and Drift Creek Falls promises a 240′ suspension bridge and a gorgeous 65′ waterfall, all in a three-mile, out-and-back hike.
Make all your exploring effortless when you make one of our Olivia Beach vacation rentals your home base. You're sure to find something special on your next visit to the beautiful and diverse Oregon Coast
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