Things to Do in Myrtle Point, Oregon

Whether you’re looking for epic coastal hikes, golfing by the ocean, surfing on a remote beach, or sand boarding a dune, you can find it all at the Oregon Coast.

Fishing in Brookings by Erik Urdahl

Whether you’re looking for epic coastal hikes, golfing by the ocean, surfing on a remote beach, or sand boarding a dune, you can find it all at the Oregon Coast.

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Myrtle Point Chamber of Commerce

Myrtle Point is nestled in the foothills of Oregon’s coastal mountain range. Located just minutes from Pacific Ocean beaches and forested mountain peaks, this town is central to all of the beauty and activity of Oregon’s South Coast.

424 Fifth St.
Myrtle Point, OR

541-572-5200

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Old Coos Bay Wagon Road

Of all the wagon roads that served Oregon’s earliest settlers, all but one are either abandoned or obliterated by modern highways — the Old Coos Bay Wagon Road (often called just "The Old Wagon Road"). Alone of Oregon’s earliest roads...

Myrtle Point, OR
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South Coast Water Trails

Engaging communities on the lower Coquille River to support a stewardship focused water trail from Umpqua River to Chetco River.

Myrtle Point, OR

Email us (btkvet[at]gmail[dot]com)

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Coos County Logging Museum

Located in a historic building, housing photos and historic items that depict early day logging in Coos County. We feature the large hand carved Myrtle wood sculptures of Mr. Warnack. Find more information at the Oregon Encyclopedia. There is not...

705 Maple St.
Myrtle Point, OR

541-572-1014
Email us (Loisrr[at]aol[dot]com)

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Sandy Creek Covered Bridge

Covered bridges are a special part of Oregon’s history. The Sandy Creek Covered Bridge, just west of the aptly named town of Remote, carried highway traffic across its 60-foot span until it was bypassed in 1949. Now it greets motorists...

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge
Myrtle Point, OR
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Eden Ridge Outfitters

Eden Ridge Outfitters invites you to hunt Oregon, where they will help you to experience the thrill, challenge, and adventure of an Oregon wilderness, professionally guided big game hunt. As an Oregon hunting outfitter they specialize in combination elk hunts,...

Myrtle Point, OR

541-290-2671
Email us (edenridgehunts[at]gmail[dot]com)

Trip Ideas & Itineraries

Psychedelic Rhythms at Whiskey Run Trails

Who uses paper maps anymore? If you squint your eyes as you hold map up, you can kind of smell fish tacos coming off the griddle and sea air rolling in. Your hands are tired and there are little flecks of bark on your right shoulder from that near miss on your early morning ride. Brush those off before you go up to the bar, or they’ll start to worry about you.

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3 Perfect Days in Bandon, Oregon

Stretching over 350 miles, Oregon's coastline is immense and varied. With the rush of Portland and Vancouver residents who to head to the beach, northern beaches are often crowded and hectic. For those looking to escape the crowd and to create some new memories, consider driving a little further to the southern coast. We've put together a three-day itinerary for Bandon, Oregon, that's worth the mileage. Historic homes, empty trails, calm beaches, and sunsets that will leave you gobsmacked await!

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The Science and Safety of Storm Watching

Winter on the Oregon Coast is anything but boring. When powerful Pacific winds meet turbulent ocean waters, it’s a spectacular sight to witness. Tall waves crash into rocky cliffs and sandy shores, offering an awe-inspiring display by Mother Nature. And...

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Winter Fishing on the South Coast

Travis Bowman still remembers every detail of his first catch. It was a winter steelhead, landed in the lashing rain at Kimball Creek Riffle on the Rogue River. Even though he was only 7 years old at the time, he...

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Don’t-Miss Events on the Southern Oregon Coast

Young or old, who isn’t enchanted by thousands of twinkling lights in the shape of animated orcas, leaping frogs, herons, seals and dozens of other creatures in an undersea garden? More than 50,000 visitors flock to Oregon’s South Coast each...

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Yurts to Glamp In by the Beach

The kids are back at school and the campgrounds are finally quiet. It’s a great time to book a yurt, which makes for an easy and comfy (not to mention affordable) rest after a day of fresh coastal air. If...

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