Heart of the Myrtlewoods
This town sits along Highway 42, a major east-west route between US 101 and Interstate 5. Highway 42 S, which branches off Highway 42 in Coquille, provides an easy route to the Pacific Ocean at Bandon.
Many Myrtlewood groves surround the city. Some of the largest Myrtle trees can be viewed within the city. Myrtle Point is also the home of the Coos County Fair and Rodeo, and the Coos County Logging Museum. Myrtle Point's Lehnherr Skateboard Park is located with the city limits, and boasts the deepest bowl in the Pacific Northwest.
Myrtle Point City Hall
424 5th Street
Myrtle Point, OR 97458
Take a moment to get to know Myrtle Point, Oregon. We are a strong, vibrant community nestled in the foothills of the coastal mountain range. Located just minutes from Pacific Ocean beaches and forested mountain peaks, our town is central to all of the beauty and activity of Oregon's South Coast.
Myrtle Point is a great place to live, to work, to raise a family and build a business. Make your home in the Heart of the Myrtlewoods.