Between highway 101 and the southern end of Devil’s Lake. From highway 101 go east on 14th street, then left on Port Ave. There’s a small parking area on the right.
Explore Lincoln City: Spring Lake Open Space.
Go to the Oregon Birding Trail Website. Choose the Oregon Coast Birding Trail. Click on the Central Coast tab and go to section 46.Directions
Habitat and Birds
A 2.5 mile trail takes you through a young forest to a small lake. Expect to find typical forest birds such as Northern Flicker, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Pacific Wren, Robin, Stellar’s Jay, and Wilson Warbler.
Nearby Birding Locations
- Josephine Young Park
- Millport Slough
- Drift Creek Meadows at Gorton Road
- East Devil's Lake State Park
- Lincoln City 15th Street Beach Access Rocks
- Devil's Lake State Park
- Lincoln City Sewage Ponds
- Siletz Bay
- Siletz Bay-Alder Island Unit
- Drift Creek Falls
- Taft Waterfront Park
- Rock Creek Marsh
- Kernville/Siletz River - Cannery Slough
- Roads End State Recreation Site
- D River State Recreational Site
- Knight Park
- Salmon River Estuary
- Salishan Nature Trails