Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort offers world class entertainment from nightly entertainment in the Cabaret Lounge, big name entertainment, sporting events, exhibition tradeshows and many other events.
If you like Chinese food you absolutely must try the Lucky Fortune @ 678 S. Main St. Myrtle Creek, Or. Ask for Kenny.
prices start at $4.95-$8.00 and worth every penny. They have a banguet room. Very authentic. A family owned and operated restaurant!
Favorite Dish: I like several selections on the menu..my favorite are;combination #8, black bean and garlic chicken,oyster sauce beef,black bean and garlic sauce,twice-cooked pork,won ton soup and the war won ton soup. All excellent!!!
if you travel by car..from the North or South take I-5 and exit #108 Myrtle Creek. You will cross over the bridge and come around a curve and come on to Main St. Be sure and travel( walk) all the side streets..lots to see and discover. We have only ONE (1)stop light in our town.Go slow--speed limit is 20mph and you WILL get stoped for speeding..buckle up too.
park and enjoy a leisurely walk through town and plan to bring lunch or take-out to our beautiful park.There is a childrens play court,an RV park and a Dairy Queen close by.
Myrtle Creek is right next to Interstate 5, on Old Highway 99. I would recommend driving. If you have a small private plane, there is also a small airstrip, but no public transportation from the airport to town (or anywhere else, for that matter), so you'll need to know someone who can pick you up.
Drive or walk. There used to be a taxi, but I'm not sure it's still in business. There are no real bike lanes, either, so bicyclists must ride with the traffic.
There's no concept of 'formal' in Myrtle Creek. If you're over-dressed expect to be greeted by stares, dropped jaws, and occasionally rude behavior. (It's happened to me more than once, and I grew up here.) The more informally you're dressed, the more warmly you're greeted.
Favorite thing: go to a concert in the park. There's a great little band shell in Millsite Park built of locally grown & milled timber. Free weekly concerts are presented on Thursday evenings for most of the summer featuring local talent.