|ID||Road Number||Road||Begin||End||Miles||Road Widths||Comments|
|1||101||US 101||N County Line||S County Line||60||Mostly 32 feet||Oregon Coast Bike Route|
|1A||101||Otter Crest Lp||US 101||US 101||4||22 feet Paved||Reopened route for bicycles|
|2||18||OR 18||101 Near Otis||E County Line||11||32 feet Paved||Heavy traffic, good shoulder|
|3||20||US 20||101 Newport||E County Line||32||22 feet Paved||Heavy Traffic, avoid if possible|
|4||34||OR 34||101 Waldport||E County Line||28||22 feet Paved||Narrow Road, small shoulders|
|5||229||OR 229||101 Kernsville||US 20||32||22 feet Paved||Narrow curvy road|
|6||1||Three Rocks||US 101||Knight Park||3||22 feet Paved||Narrow Road, low traffic|
|7||10||E Three Rocks||US 101||Scenic 101||1||22 feet Paved||Narrow Road, low traffic|
|8||130||Scenic 101||US 101 - Otis||Tillamook Co||4||22 feet Paved||Narrow Road, low traffic|
|9||2||North Bank||Otis||OR 18||4||22 feet Paved||Narrow Road, low traffic|
|10||101||E Devil feets Lake||US 101||US 101||4||28 feet Paved||Good bypass for Lincoln City|
|11||105||W Devil feets Lake||US 101||US 101||2||28 feet Paved||Partial bypass for Lincoln City|
|12||111||Schooner Creek||US 101||Anderson Creek||2||22 feet Paved||Scenic - low traffic|
|13||108||Anderson Creek||Schooner Creek||Drift Creek||1||22 feet Paved||Scenic - low traffic|
|14||109||Drift Creek||US 101||Anderson Creek||2||22 feet Paved||Scenic - low traffic|
|15||515||Yaquina Bay||US 101 - Newport||Toledo||12||28 feet Paved||Good shoulders, easy ride|
|16||410||Logsden - West||OR 229 - Siletz||Logsden||8||28 feet Paved||Narrow Road, Light traffic, Easy|
|17||410||Logsden - East||Logsden||Nashville||14||22 feet Paved / 2 miles gravel||Light traffic, easy except gravel|
|18||533||Elk City - West||Toledo||Elk City||8||22 feet Paved||Light Traffic|
|19||533||Elk City - East||Elk City||US 20||5||Gravel||Avoid unless off-road bike|
|20||307||Moonshine Park||Logsden||Moonshine Park||4||28 feet Paved||Easy ride, Light traffic|
|21||602||N Beaver Creek||US 101||S Beaver Creek||4||28 feet Paved||Easy Ride, light traffic|
|22||603||S Beaver Creek||N Beaver Creek||Bayview||5||24 feet Paved||Hilly, Light traffic|
|23||702||Bayview||US 101||S Beaver Creek||2||22 feet Paved||Narrow Road, Light traffic|
|24||710||Lint Slough||US 101||Crestline Drive||1||22 feet Paved||Hilly, Narrow, Light traffic|
|25||802||Crestline Drive||Lint Slough||Wakonda Beach||2||22 feet Paved||Hilly, Narrow, Light traffic|
|26||801||Wakonda Beach||US 101||Crestline Drive||1||22 feet Paved||Uphill, Light traffic|
|27||804||Yachats River||US 101||Lane Co||11||22 feet Paved||Flat, easy ride|
|28||712||Eckman Creek||OR 34||Forest Highway 53||11||22 feet Paved||1 Lane Forest Service Road|
|29||n/a||Forest Highway 53||Eckman Creek||Yachats River||15||12 feet Paved / 1 miles gravel||1 Lane Forest Service Road|
Details of County Roads
Three Rocks Road (6)
US 101 to Knight Park = 2.3 miles. It is fully paved, gentle terrain with moderate hills. Three Rocks Road leads to the County's Knight Park and to the Salmon River Estuary.
East Three Rocks Road (7)
Tillamook County / Lincoln County Line to U.S. 101= 4 miles. Three Rocks Road and Old Scenic Highway 101 are fully paved. There is a steep hill with a summit of 700 feet near the Tillamook / Lincoln County line. This is one of the highest points on the Oregon Coast Bike Route. The Old Scenic Highway is somewhat longer than traveling modern U.S. 101, but is much less trafficked.
North Bank Road (9)
Old Scenic Highway 101 to Highway 18 at milepost 5.2, (Otis) = 4 miles. North Bank Road is fully paved, and is level with a few slight hills. This road provides an alternate route to State Highway 18 or a loop of 9 miles. when combined with Highway 18.
East Devils Lake Road (10)
US 101 milepost 111, to U.S. 101 at milepost 115.7 = 4 miles. This road is fully paved, gentle terrain with a few moderately steep, and short hilly sections. East Devils Lake Road provides a loop off of the busy U.S. 101.
West Devils Lake Road (11)
US 101 mile post 112, to U.S. 101 at milepost 114 = 2.5 miles. This is a fully paved road with mixed terrain and several hilly sections. West Devils Lake Road serves a residential area of Lincoln City, and is a popular route for access to two parks along the way.
Schooner Creek Road (12), Anderson Creek Road (13) and Drift Creek Road (14)
These three roads form a loop that by-passes U.S. 101 from milepost 118 to milepost 119. This route is about 4 miles. in length and is level with one hill on Anderson Creek Road.
Yaquina Bay Road (15)
Newport to Toledo = 12 miles. The Yaquina Bay Road is paved for its entire length and is very level except for one hill on the Toledo side. (milepost 11.3 to 12.3). This road is a scenic alternate, from the stretch of U.S. 20 from Newport to Toledo.
Logsden Road (16), (17)
From Siletz to Logsden = 8 miles. West Logsden Road is fully paved, in some places it has narrow gravel shoulders. The road is level with moderate hills between mileposts 2-3. The west portion of this road provides access to Lincoln County's Moonshine Park, which is one if the most popular in Lincoln County. From Logsden to Nashville on the east part of the road is 14 miles. It is mostly paved with gravel sections, and has very steep inclines over Nash Mountain. This part of the road is only recommended for strong, capable cyclists.
Elk City Road (18), (19)
From Toledo Business Loop to Elk City = 8.5 miles. Between Elk City and Toledo, the road is fully paved. In the first two miles south of Toledo, the road is hilly with an elevation of 200 feet at milepost one. The rest of the road is gentle, following the river to Elk City. Cannon Quarry and Elk City Parks are located along this route. Past Elk City Park, the road is gravel and narrow and is only suitable for mountain bicycles.
Moonshine Park Road (20)
Logsden to Lincoln County's Moonshine Park = 4miles. The road is fully paved and has narrow gravel shoulders in places. The terrain is generally flat. In combination with West Logsden Road, Moonshine Park Road provides access to Lincoln County's Moonshine Park.
North Beaver Creek Road (21), South Beaver Creek Road (22), Bayview Road (23)
From U.S. 101 at milepost 146, to U.S. 101 at milepost 154.8 = 8.5 miles. North Beaver is mostly level, South Beaver and Bayview are hilly with short steep sections. Bayview Road has scenic views of Alsea Bay.
Lint Slough (24), Crestline Drive (25), Wakonda Beach Road (26)
From State Highway 34 in Waldport, to U.S. 101 at milepost 159 = 4 miles. These three roads range in paved width from 20' to 22'. Crestline Drive is steep between Waldport High School and Bay Street. The other sections have moderate terrain.
Yachats River Road (27)
From U.S. 101 in Yachats, milepost 163, to the Linn/Lincoln County Line = 10.5 miles. Yachats River Road is fully paved, and follows the river with gentle terrain. There are some short hilly sections. The end of this road turns into Forest Service Road 5590. There is a covered bridge at the north fork of Yachats River apx. 2 miles. off of Yachats River Road.
Eckman Creek Road (28)
From State Highway 34 milepost 2.62, to end of Eckman Creek Road = 1.5 miles. This road is fully paved and has some short moderate hills. The end of this road turns into Forest Service Road 53. There is a State Park near the beginning of the road, on Highway 34 at milepost 2.3. Eckman Lake on the west side of the road, wildlife can be seen daily here.
Forest Service Road 53 (29)
From the end of Eckman Creek Road to the end of Yachats River Road = 15 miles. This road is paved/gravel with a width of 12' on most places. There are many moderate to steep hilly sections. This section of road is only suitable for mountain bicycles and strong capable cyclists.