Located within Millsite RV Park with a beautiful view overlooking Millsite Park. Walking distance to downtown and easy access to and from Interstate 5.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Myrtle Creek Yurt in Oregon.
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Very pretty grounds
Was a lot of fun staying in a yurt! Great to have A/C and heat. Campgrounds very pretty. Yurt and grounds very clean. A path leads to river where my friend took an enjoyable dip.
Not for light sleepers.
First and foremost, this Yurt was beautiful, clean, still had that new smell, comfortable and conveniently located for our trip. We had initially booked it for two nights in a row, but we got in late to visit family in Sutherlin and just decided to stay at my cousins house the first night. The next morning we headed over and checked in.
The first thing I noticed was the quaint RV park and nice nature trail around the perimeter. The camp host was nice, and the majority of the other RV'ers were older, quiet and kept to themselves. Showers were clean, and so was the campground.
The second thing I noticed was the tunnel that led to the disc golf course, and a few sketchy homeless people who used that tunnel that led under the train tracks. Even with them there I didn't feel like the location wasn't safe.
Did I mention the train tracks? They are literally maybe 20 feet from the yurt. At first we thought they weren't operational because we were there for several hours throughout the day and never saw a train. I was excited after a long day of driving to catch up on some sleep before my 8 hour drive the next day, so my son and I turned in about 10:30pm. At 11:00pm we woke up to the train horn which sounded far away and both commented to each other that it wasn't that bad. Five minutes later, the entire yurt was rumbling, filled with the squealing and jostling of the train on the tracks, and even our dog was a little scared. It was tough to fall back to sleep after that. But we did, only to wake up at 12:15am, 4am and 7am to the train. My son slept through two of the other times, but for anyone who is a light sleeper - it will be a challenge. I didn't get that restful night of sleep I was hoping for at all. In addition, because we stayed mid-week - apparently Wednesday mornings before 8am is trash day and lawn mowing day. Needless to say I was wide awake by 7 am. All in all, the Yurt is great, it's a great price, clean, etc - but they really should put a disclaimer about the train in the listing.