Devil's Lake State Recreation Area

General Advisory
Effective Aug. 19 at 10 a.m., a statewide ban is in place for all campfires and open flames on properties owned and managed by Oregon State Parks, including the ocean shores. The ban includes but is not limited to fire pits, tiki torches and candles. The use of propane stoves and/or charcoal briquettes for cooking may be allowed but are subject to local fire restrictions. Please check with park staff. This ban will remain in effect for at least one week and will be re-evaluated based on fire status, weather and guidance from state and local fire officials.

Symbols represent major park features & activities. Blue icons mean some/all are ADA accessible.

With downtown Lincoln City mere minutes away, you can glide quietly by canoe or kayak on the lake while you watch for coots, loons, ducks, cormorants, bald eagles, and grebes. As the only Oregon coast campground located in the midst of a city, the lake is a center of summertime activity. While none of the campsites are near the water, a hard-surfaced trail leads out of the campground to the shore of Devil's Lake. Boaters, skiers, swimmers, and personal watercraft users share the water. Kayak tours of the lake are scheduled in the summer, Memorial Day through Labor Day (we provide the kayak). Please call 541-994-2002 for information on pricing and availability.

The nearby outlet mall, one of the largest in Oregon, is a short drive away. You'll find the campground on the west shore (called Devils Lake State Park by Google Maps) - the address is 1452 NE 6th Drive. The East Devil's Lake day-use area (Google Maps calls this park Devils Lake State Recreation Area) is a short drive around the southern end of the lake at 205 NE East Devil’s Lake Road.

Campground info

  • Approximately 25 full-hookup sites
  • Five electrical sites
  • More than 50 tent sites with water nearby
  • 10 yurts (one pet-friendly)
  • Hiker/biker camp
  • Flush toilets and hot showers
  • Firewood for sale
  • More than 10 boat moorage slips (no launch sites)

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