Whistling Winds Motel

3264 NW Jetty Ave, Lincoln City, Oregon, 97367, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 3264 NW Jetty Ave, Lincoln City, is near Chinook Winds Casino & Convention Center and Tanger Outlets Lincoln City.
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    Travel Blogs from Lincoln City

    All good things come to an end

    A travel blog entry by marilynstitches on Sep 11, 2014

    28 photos

    This Travellog will be our last for the summer 2014. Saturday the 13th we will be headed home.

    We had a couple of weeks in Seaside, Oregon that included Labor Day weekend. Always good good weather at Seaside and we do a lot of biking there, going around town. Did make it up to Astoria for the Farmers Market, so fun to look and see all the goodies from peoples gardens, crafts and flowers.

    We arrived here in Newport a week and ...

    Return to the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Sep 06, 2014

    12 photos

    Waved goodbye to Tim's family and embarked on the journey up the 10 mile, narrow mountain pass we needed to cross to return to the Ocean. I think Tim had been exaggerating a bit the night before when he warned us of the barrage of logging trucks that would be barreling by us at breakneck speeds, the treacherous gravel we would be forced to traverse, and hills so steep they would make us cry (ok, he didn't actually say this exactly, but it's not too far ...

    Lava Dome Growing!

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... thing that Bud and I both found odd, the fir trees on the mountain are planted so closely together that they appear to blur and almost vibrate as you drive by....I don't know why, we couldn't explain it...and it was early so, no, we had not been drinking. The ascent was gradual with views of the gray-tan mud splayed lahars and the 120 foot gullies that running water cut through the layers of mud and ash. Long before we reached the Johnston Observatory, ...

    Day 5, 6 & 7: That's it, I'm Moving to Oregon

    A travel blog entry by numanoids on Aug 29, 2013

    38 photos

    ... the car the rain started to pick-up again. More high fives were shared as we were able to spare our things from getting soaked (however this did not prevent everything from being super damp).

    The drive along the coast on this particular day was incredible. There's something about stormy weather that makes everything look as mystical as it ever could appear. It was gorgeous. I fell in love with Oregon. We stopped for lunch at a ...

    ROCKS AND SAND AND DRIFTWOOD GALORE!

    A travel blog entry by xplorin46 on Jun 06, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... The campground here is on another wide sandy beach with lots of driftwood. It is nestled between the two points of Cape Lookout and Cape Meares. Maggie wanted to stay here because she heard there is a part of the beach where no leashes are required. The park rangers were interested to hear about our own Cape Lookout on the Atlantic. The plants here are quite different from ...