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We are a family owned and operated surf shop established in 1989, on the Central Oregon Coast in Lincoln City, Oregon. We are a full service surf shop offering surfboards, bodyboards, skimboards, skateboards, stand-up-paddle boards, wetsuits, bike...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3026 NE Hwy 101, Suite 3, Lincoln City, OR 97367-4906
My family and I traveled to Oregon for vacation this summer. We all wanted to learn to surf. Amazingly, with their help, we learned in one day!
My girls are 17 and 14. We booked a lesson with Safari town which included a lesson for...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Tony G, Owner at Safari Town Surf, responded to this reviewResponded July 20, 2018
Thank you for your review . Glad you all had a great time!
We rented 5 double kayaks and 1 single kayak to go kayaking on the Salmon River near Knight County Park. The owner was a delight to deal with, both on the phone and during the pick up and drop off of the kayaks. We had...More
My younger sister and I called Safari Town for a surf lesson on our Oregon Coast vacation. They squeezed us in the next day! We showed up at the shop, were greeted, suited up then met our instructor at the beach near the Devils Punch...More
Response from TonyG3777 | Property representative |
We recommend obeying all state and federal boating laws. Here are a few other things to also keep in mind. Children's life jacket must fit properly and be worn at all times. Know your skill level. If the water and... More
We recommend obeying all state and federal boating laws. Here are a few other things to also keep in mind. Children's life jacket must fit properly and be worn at all times. Know your skill level. If the water and weather conditions change and it gets rough,,, are you able to handle yourself and others in your care? We recommend waiting until they are older and can swim. The exact age will vary greatly from kid to kid, but to give you an age i'd say 4- 7 years old to ride in a tandem with an adult.