Safari Town Surf Shop is a family owned and operated surf shop established in 1989, on the central Oregon coast in Lincoln City, Oregon. Offerings include surfboards, wetsuits, stand-up-paddle-boards, bodyboards, skim boards, kayaks, bike rentals, skateboards, clothing, accessories, and more. Safari Town also offers a complete rental department with services including surfing lessons and equipment rentals, kayak rentals and tours, and fat bike rentals.
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Guided kayaking on the Salmon River.
We had a two hour guided kayak trip on the Salmon River just north of Lincoln City. It was our first time kayaking. The weather and river conditions were fantastic. Safari Town Surf shop provided everything we needed and met us at the river. Our guide, Kevin, was extremely friendly, personable and helpful in showing us how to kayak safely. We had a great time. We highly recommend. We've already booked another trip and invited friends to go with us.
Had a great time on the bikes we rented here. My daughter and I rode down to the beach and rode next to the waves. So beautiful and such a great experience riding with the breeze in our hair!
Best surfing lessons!
My family and I traveled to Oregon for vacation this summer. We all wanted to learn to surf. Amazingly, with their help, we learned in one day! My girls are 17 and 14. We booked a lesson with Safari town which included a lesson for each of us- they fitted us with wetsuits and boards. Kevin and Chase took us to the perfect spot and were helpful And patient while we learned the techniques. We then got to keep the boards for the rest of the day to continue to practice. We had a great time and it was a highlight of our trip. I highly recommend these folks. They clearly take pride in their business and it shows.
We had a great morning kayak tour on the Salmon River with our group of 3 adults and 3 children. Highly recommended!
Local outdoor experts
Family owned. Tony and Kendal made our kayak tour personable. They went at our pace. They really enjoy and respect what this area has to offer as far as experiencing nature.