The shortest river in the world, D River flows just 120 feet from Devil's Lake into the ocean. Every spring and fall, D River Wayside is home to a pair of the world's largest kite festivals and gives Lincoln City its title as the Kite Capital of the World.

 
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Beach Review of D River State Recreation Area/Wayside

Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
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BeachExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
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  • The park's easily accessed and reliably windy beach is very popular for kite flying. This is the venue for two of the world's largest kite festivals, hence Lincoln City's nickname: Kite Capital of the World.
  • The wind also makes this an ideal spot for kitesurfing, and ocean kayakers also take to the waves. But this is no spot for beginners—the undertow is powerful.
  • The walk to the beach is a short one, and there's plenty of parking (all free in Lincoln City). While none of the city's beaches have lifeguards, there is a visitor information booth where you can stop for current ocean and tide info before heading into the water.
Billed as "the shortest river in the world," D River flows a mere 120 feet from Devils Lake into the ocean.


Address:
Lincoln City, Oregon


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 800-551-6949
Email: park.info@state.or.us
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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