Named for the lush myrtle tree groves thriving around this Southern Oregon town, Myrtle Creek is nestled among farms, fields and the foothills of the Umpqua National Forest.
The nearby North Umpqua Trail draws mountain bikers, trail runners and fishing folks for high-adrenaline fun, while local covered bridges provide a tranquil driving destination. Dig into mining history with a gander into the 100-year-old China Ditch and a chance to pan for gold.
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Known for their Hot Smokin’ Pork Sundae, this local, family-ran, business is committed to serving high-quality BBQ, with exceptional customer […]
Topp-It Express will make freshly prepared, delicious pizzas, salads and wraps quick and convenient from their drive-thru window. Opening February […]
Overview Deer Flat Group Campground is situated in a stand of old growth Douglas fir, sugar pine and deciduous trees, […]
Clearwater Falls Campground is located along the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway. The Clearwater River meanders through old growth Douglas fir […]
The Lane House has served as headquarters of the Douglas County Historical Society since 1959 when the great granddaughter of […]