Camp Myrtlewood is an environmental stewardship and hospitality ministry of the Church of the Brethren. Welcome! Camp is made up of 158 acres of temperate rain forest, streams, meadows and rustic buildings nestled in the coast range of southern Oregon. Launched in 1936 with a land donation, Camp hosts over 2000 people per year. A 13 member Board of Directors now oversees our camp's operations.
Camp Myrtlewood is in southwest Oregon between Coos Bay and Roseburg, located off Highway 42 — 3.5 miles south of the hamlet of Bridge on Myrtle Creek Road. For Google Earth and GPS fans, Camp is at 42°59'15" N and 124°00'46" W.
Camp Myrtlewood operates exclusively for charitable and religious purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; to provide an outdoor setting where persons and groups may find spiritual renewal, education and recreation; to provide opportunities for persons to mature in Christian faith and character as an extension of the life of the church in human experience; and to be open to include persons and groups whose purposes are in harmony with those of Camp Myrtlewood without discrimination because of color, creed or ethnic origin.