Arts & Culture

Offering a place for local artists to enhance their skills as well as display their beautiful work, the Coquille Valley Art Center opened its doors in 1950. Located in a former schoolhouse at 10144 Highway 42, 1.5 miles south of Coquille, the center provides classes in beginning to advanced painting, woodcarving, pottery, stained glass, beading and more.
Members, non-members and drop-ins are always welcome to visit the gallery and browse the large selection of local artwork. For more information call 541-396-3294.

Outdoor Recreation



Skaters from far and wide have tested their skills against the concrete waves of this challenging park. Considered one of the gnarliest skateparks in Southwestern Oregon, the Myrtle Point Skatepark features a rolled pyramid, fun box, tombstone and ten foot bowl.
Built in 2001 on the site of Myrtle Point’s original town square with the input of local skateboarders, the 10,000 square foot concrete park welcomes not only skateboarders, but also in-line skaters, lazer scooters and BMX bikers.
The park is located between Spruce and Ash Streets at the west end of town. For more information contact the City of Myrtle Point at 541-572-2626.