This small town’s strategic location on the Coast reflects Oregon’s diverse terrain. Visitors to Lakeside can experience all of the Great Outdoors in one place.
For those seeking outdoor adventure, Lakeside might just have it all: three lakes, sand dunes, a large forest, and the ocean. There’s enough to fill months, let alone a weekend getaway. Boating, water-skiing, and kayaking on the lake in the morning can transition to off-roading in the dunes in the early afternoon. Close out the day with a sunset picnic dinner on the beach, then tent or RV camp nearby and get ready for the next day’s adventure.
Lakeside Marina is a full-service Marina serving Tenmile Lakes and the town of Lakeside, Oregon. The only year-round, full-service marina on Tenmile Lakes. Tenmile Lake is located in the Oregon Coast Dunes National Recreation Area and is renowned throughout the...325 South 8th Street
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Hall & Schuttpelz Lakes Day Use
This day use area provides access to trailhead for Hall/Schuttpelz Lake Trail #1357. Expect limited or no services. Be prepared to pack out all waste.Lakeside, OR
An RC car and parts superstore, plus the largest indoor rock crawler track. While the indoor RC rock course is the stuff of legends, it may be too tough for the kiddos. That’s why 721 Powersports also has a fast,...130 S 8th Street
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William M. Tugman State Park
Despite its close proximity to Highway 101, Tugman State Park is relatively unknown — a private hideaway on the wondrous south coast. Situated on Eel Lake near the community of Lakeside, Tugman offers campsites with electric/water hookups tucked away in...Lakeside, OR
John Dellenback Dunes Trail
The John Dellenback Dunes Trail begins in a conifer forest setting then leads hikers through the dunes and the deflation plain and ends at the ocean beach. The trail offers either a difficult trek to the beach or an easy...Lakeside, OR