Parks and Recreation

The Parks and Recreation department coordinates youth sports in Myrtle Point. The Public Works department operates and maintains City-owned facilities, including the City’s four parks

Youth Sports

City of Myrtle Point offers softball. We promote teamwork, sportsmanship and positive coaching. Sports help participants build self-esteem and healthy lifelong habits.

To register, complete the registration form at the bottom of this page and return to City Hall. Parents will be contacted prior to the first practice.

The fee will be $50 if payment is made before the first games begin, or $55 if paid after the first game.

Become a volunteer coach – We can’t do it without you!
Make a difference in a life of a child and volunteer to coach. Our sports programs can not operate without the generosity and leadership of our volunteer coaches. Complete the form below to volunteer. Children of volunteer coaches play for free.

Contact Bernie Kirkpatrick at (541) 572-2626 or with questions or concerns.

Special Thanks

A huge thank you to all our past team sponsors.

Supporting Documents

Parks and Recreation Facilities

The City of Myrtle Point has four parks.

LEHNHERR PARK is Myrtle Point’s oldest City park. The land for the park was donated by community founder Christian Lehnherr. The park is located on Spruce Street at the westerly end of the downtown commercial district. The park occupies one city block and includes a lawn area, a number of mature trees and a skateboard park, constructed in 2001.

LIONS MEMORIAL PARK is located on Maple Street east of Highway 42, between 18th and 23rd Streets.  It is a moderately sized park, with much of its area dedicated to a softball field complete with dugouts, backstop, bleachers, and a scoreboard.  Lions Park includes a 13 space parking lot and a fenced area with play equipment. Many neighborhood residents utilize the park as an unofficial dog park.

ROTARY PARK is located along C Street between Doborout and Harris Streets, near Highway 42. It is the most diverse and most frequented park in Myrtle Point. It is centrally located, nearly equal distance from Myrtle Crest Elementary School and Myrtle Point Junior/Senior High School. Rotary Park features a variety of play equipment (slides, merry-go-round and swings), tennis courts, a gazebo and a covered picnic area.

SUNSET PARK is Myrtle Point’s smallest city park consisting of a fenced area with several play structures. The park is located along Sunset Lane easterly of Highway 42 at Sunset Court. The play area includes a teeter-totter, swings, and a climbing structure.

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