Known as the “Gateway to the 100 Valleys of the Umpqua”, the Myrtle Creek - Tri City area is the center of many scenic and recreational opportunities.
The South Umpqua River is a fisherman’s delight. The Rogue River, Diamond Lake and Crater Lake, known to be the deepest lake in the United States and the seventh deepest lake in the world, are all easily accessible from Myrtle Creek - Tri City. Campers, vacationers and residents alike enjoy an 18-hole professional golf course, a 12-lane bowling center, spacious local parks and the fun and excitement of a casino, and two RV parks.
Myrtle Creek - Tri City is located along the I-5 corridor, 108 miles north of the California border and 80 miles east of the rugged Oregon Coast, which hugs the Pacific Ocean. Favorite local activities include fishing for Steelhead and Salmon, gold-panning, hiking, biking, walking tours and enjoying various festivals throughout the year.