|Tri City RV Park has easy on/off access to I-5 in Myrtle Creek, OR|
Travelers will discover the Myrtle Creek/Tri City area is a wonderful place to visit particularly for those who love outdoor recreation, adventure, history or scenic drives. Fifteen miles north of Myrtle Creek, country roads lead you through rolling farmlands to great wineries where you can enjoy some wine tasting. If you're seeking outdoor fun, go for a swim in the South Umpqua River or just 45 miles south you can raft the Rogue River’s class I-IV rapids. Seven Feathers Casino, is just five miles south of the park and in addition to the large casino they also offer entertainment and a full spa.
Myrtle Creek is well known for its old bridges, in particular its covered bridges. The Neal Lane covered bridge is one of six in Douglas County, although it is not particularly old, being constructed in 1929, it is picturesque and a reminder of another era. At 42 feet in length it’s one of the shortest covered bridges in Oregon. Stroll across Horse Creek Covered Bridge into Millsite Park in the heart of Myrtle Creek, where you will find free music concerts every Thursday night throughout the summer months.
|Myrtle Creek is known for its covered bridges.|
The Myrtle Creek Golf Course offers some of the finest golfing in southern Oregon with breathtaking mountain views and rolling green hills. Designed by noted Canadian golf course architect Graham Cooke, Myrtle Creek is an 18-hole regulation length course uniquely equipped for both beginner and expert players alike.
Anglers will love the challenge of fishing for steelhead in the South Umpqua River, which runs through Myrtle Creek. Local tackle shops will point you in the right direction for gear, regulations, and finding the honey hole. Guide services are available too. Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets about the South Umpqua River is that it ranks number three in the United States for small mouth bass rivers.
|Umpqua river is ranked #3 in the US for small mouth bass rivers.|
Gold prospecting is always a favorite activity for visitors of Myrtle Creek. The South Umpqua River and its many tributaries offer plenty of opportunity for panning or mounting a small dredging operation. Whichever you choose, local supplies are readily available.
The animal lover won’t want to miss Wildlife Safari or Wildlife Images. Wildlife Safari is a 600 acre park where you can view exotic animals roaming freely in their environment. Wildlife Images is an interpretative center and rehabilitation facility for animals. You are able to see many animals up close and even hold some.
|Tri City RV Park is a quiet park to come home to.|
After a long day filled with activity, Tri City RV Park is a quiet park to come home to. You can BBQ at the community pergola and enjoy the soothing sounds of the water feature. Enjoy complementary Wi-Fi and over 40 cable television stations. Our park Manager Dori, will provide you with customer service that's second to none. Whatever brings you to Southern Oregon, one thing is for sure, you’ll enjoy your stay and be looking forward to visiting again!