Take a trip to the past in historic Myrtle Point, Oregon
Centrally located in Coos County, Oregon, Myrtle Point offers the comforts of home with its friendly residents, relaxing atmosphere and natural beauty.
Situated approximately 50 miles off the I-5 corridor and 26 miles from the majestic Pacific Ocean, Myrtle Point is home to the famous Coos County Logging Museum. Filled with artefacts and photographs of the timber industry’s early days, the museum is housed in a scaled down replica of the Mormon Tabernacle.
A stopping point on the Coastal Rivers Scenic Loop, Myrtle Point also boasts a state-of-the-art Skateboard Park, Tree Trail Walk, Heritage Tour and Fairgrounds Museum which showcases local history. Not to mention it’s a great place to gear up for, or return from, a day out fishing, hunting, crabbing, boating, sand buggying or any of the other numerous outdoor activities to be had in this part of the state.
So whether you stay for a day or for a lifetime, you’ll find this cosy little community a welcoming place to come home to.