Devil’s Lake State Recreation Area

Devil’s Lake State Recreation Area consists of two parks on opposite sides of Devils Lake. On the west shore is the campground, located just minutes from downtown Lincoln City and a short walk to the beach. East Devil’s Lake State Park is a day-use park with a boat launch located a short drive around the southern end of the lake.

The lake is 685 acres of serene water unaffected by coastal winds, making it attractive to paddlers, fishers and boaters. The lake abounds with freshwater fish, including rainbow trout, yellow perch, catfish, black crappie, largemouth bass and bluegill. The lake’s wetland is the primary wintering grounds for flocks of migratory geese and ducks. There also several osprey and bald eagle nests in the vicinity.

The campground and East Devil’s Lake are just two of the six lakeside parks and access points.

 Campground info 

  •  28 full-hookup sites 
  •  Five electrical sites 
  •  54 tent sites with water nearby 
  •  10 yurts (5 pet-friendly) 
  •  Hiker/biker camp 
  •  Flush toilets
  • Hot showers (limited availability)
  •  Firewood for sale 
  •  12 reservable boat moorage slips (no launch ramp in campground)

 Universal Access
Two campsites and two yurts are accessible to campers with disabilities.