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"Of Kite Festivals and Urban Culture"

Lincoln Tourism

The city of Lincoln lies in the heart of Nebraska and is defined strongly for its exuberant urban culture and outdoor recreational areas. This city is known for its Kite Festival, hiking trails lined with wildflowers and clam chowder.  Tourists visit Lincoln as a retreat of all sorts, appealing to both solo and family travellers. 

The city's Summer Kite Festival is held every year in June and features a stunningly colourful display of kites of all shapes and sizes. Tourists join in on the festivities, enjoying Lincoln's temperate and breezy weather that makes for ideal kit flying weather year-round. Lincoln is also home to some beautiful natural sights, free for exploration.

Panoramic views of the Oregon Coast and the Salmon River estuary are just some of the sights that await visitors in Lincoln. Lincoln is famous for Devil's Lake- an attraction that becomes especially frequented during the summer for being the only coastal campground in the middle of the city. Lincoln happens to be a hideaway for water sports enthusiasts. Tourists can kayak, paddleboard, jet ski or windsurf on the waters that refresh the landscape of Lincoln.

For those craving idyllic activities, Lincoln also offers numerous fishing locations that are popular due to Oregon's large Rainbow Trout population. Another famous recreational site in Lincoln is the Road's End Recreational Park. Hidden within these scenic attractions are some hiking trails like The Knoll and Drift Creek Falls that take tourists through lush greenery and a 75-foot tall waterfall. Away from Lincoln's natural beauty lies its unique urban culture, a slice of which is sure to delight any tourists to the region. 

Tourists can visit the Lincoln City Cultural Center, an institute dedicated to the performing arts or wander the streets that surround the Lincoln City Outlets, a hub for shopping and dining. To witness the more rustic side of the city, one can visit the Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market or take part in the city's famous tradition of Glass Blowing at the famous Jennifer Sear Glass Art Studio.

The cherry on top of the cake that is tourism in Lincoln is its delightful selection of cuisine ranging from the iconic Clam Chowder to Egg Rolls. The best of Lincoln's charm can be experienced in the foreground of the Siletz Bay Music Festival that features classical music and jazz performances in June. The city of Lincoln shall offer you a wide variety of experiences that shall keep you craving more. 

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