• Registration: Opening in January.
  • Date: Arrive Thursday, June 3, depart Sunday, June 6.
  • Sites: 14.
  • Cost$88.

This small RV Park sits within an easy walk of the Umpqua river and the town of Myrtle Creek. The sites have trees, picnic tables and are nicely spaced. The park gets a 9.0 on campgroundreviews.com and most of those who post describe the camp hosts are very friendly.  

Myrtle Creek is the start and ending point of Cycle Oregon. It’s a small town of 4,000 residents but is the jumping off place for lots to do. Visitors looking for a little activity might enjoy Myrtle Creek’s disc-golf course, fishing in the Umpqua River, or gold mining on China Creek. 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.

Several wineries are nearby – Pyrenees Vineyard and Cellars, Wild Rose Vineyard and Freed Estate Vineyard. The Roseburg area, about 20 miles north of Myrtle Creek, is also flush with wineries.
Drive the Myrtle Creek – Canyonville Tour or the Cow Creek Tour to explore this part of southern Oregon. You’ll find these described in detail online. There’s a big dog park next door to run your dog, too

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