Lincoln County Parks

Public Meeting Scheduled for Don Lindly Park

Lincoln County, in partnership with the State Marine Board, will be hosting a public meeting on December 15, from 4 to 6 pm at the Waldport City Hall’s Council Chambers, 125 NW Alsea Hwy.  The purpose of this meeting is to share concepts and gather feedback from recreational boaters to assist in the development of a recreational boating facility at Don Lindly Park.
Don Lindly Park is located on the Alsea River off Hwy 34 at milepost 7, before the bridge crosses the Alsea River and across from Canal Creek Road.
In late 2014, a variety of partners worked together to purchase the property to for the future development of a public boat ramp, docks, parking and sanitation. 
For questions, please contact Keith Andresen, Lincoln County Parks Superintendent at 541-574-1215, kandresen@co.lincoln.or.us or Janine Belleque, Oregon State Marine Board Boating Facilities Manager at 503-378-2628, janine.belleque@state.or.us.

Located on the Central Oregon Coast, Lincoln County has scenic towns and beautiful forests surrounded by rivers and bordered by the Pacific Ocean.  Lincoln County maintains 13 parks, including campgrounds and waysides.

All individual campsites are first-come, first-served.  No reservations are available for individual campsites.  Visit the campground in person to determine availability or the Camp Host may be able to tell you if any campsites are currently available.  You can contact the Camp Hosts at:  Moonshine Park 541-444-1326, Elk City Park 541-875-2395, Jack Morgan Park 541-994-7258.

Most parks and campgrounds are located in the eastern, in-land areas of the County, with Waysides providing public access to the beach.  Parks range in size from small boat launch/picnic areas to overnight camping and day-use facilities.

Are you interested in volunteering as a Camp Host?  Give us a call, you may be eligible.