Places to Stay in Myrtle Point, Oregon

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

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South Coast

Country Cottage

This rustic, homey cottage in the country sits on 5 acres with lots of trees and wildlife, just 2 miles outside of town. It’s an easy drive from Coos Bay and a short 35 minutes to Bandon – far enough...

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Myrtle Point, OR
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South Coast

Boone’s Lake Cabin

Boone’s Lake Cabin is located on the edge of a 14 acre lake in the middle of 240 secluded private acres. 240 acre secluded retreat with a 2000+ sq foot rustic cabin overlooking a beautiful 14 acre lake. Sleeps 12....

Myrtle Point, OR
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South Coast

Park Creek

Park Creek offers peaceful, shady camp sites under an old growth canopy of Douglas Fir, Western lock, Western Red Cedar, and Myrtlewood. Relax and fish in nearby Park Creek and Middle Creek.

Coos Bay District
Myrtle Point, OR

541-756-0100
Email us (BLM_OR_CB_Mail[at]blm[dot]gov)

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South Coast

Myrtle Trees Motel

This charming motel is nestled among the Myrtlewood trees and sits just blocks from city center Myrtle Point. It overlooks the Coquille Valley Registered wetlands and is a haven for bird lovers, artists and spectators alike. It’s not uncommon to...

1010 8th St.
Myrtle Point, OR

541.572.5811

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Yurts to Glamp in this Season

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