Coquille Valley Community Information


This little town is a gem waiting to be discovered with its beautiful historic homes, year round fishing, and summer fun with the Gay 90s and performances of fine old melodrama at the Sawdust Theater on the corner of First & Adams.

Incorporated in 1885, Coquille (Kó-kél') has remained the county seat since 1896. The town boasts a moderate climate, easy accessibility to the Coast (half an hour away), abundant fishing in the Coquille River, and an excellent hospital and emergency care facility. Quality education with an eye to the future is offered in our schools. The Coquille Valley Art Association offers exhibits and classes for the varied artists in our midst. We have an excellent Community Center with a pool that is open for swimming during the summer. A wide variety of properties can be found at affordable prices. The Rivers Edge RV Park has 54 spaces overlooking the Coquille River. Spectacular scenery marks the drive to many parks throughout the county with day and overnight camping available. Hunting, fishing, hiking, biking -- we have it all, plus an active Senior Center for older citizens.

Sturdivant
Sturdivant Park is located on the banks of the South Fork of the Coguille River, offering playgrounds, a boat ramp, camping, a veterans' memorial, and Oregon historical marker. It is a frequent gathering place for community activities.

The Coquille River is a stream 36.3 miles long, in southwestern Oregon. It drains a mountainous area of 1,059 square miles of the Southern Oregon Coast Range into the Pacific Ocean.

The river, formed by the confluence of its north and south forks, begins at Myrtle Point. The North Fork Coquille River, 53.3 miles long, rises in northern Coos County and flows southwest. The East Fork, 33.8 miles long, rises in eastern Coos County, and flows generally west to join the North Fork.

The South Fork, 62.8 miles long, rises in southern Coos County. It receives the Middle Fork, 40.3 mileslong, then joins the North Fork from the south at Myrtle Point. The combined river meanders generally west, past Coquille. It enters the Pacific at Bandon, about 20 miles north of Cape Blanco.

Coquille River

City of Coquille – Mission Statement: To serve the citizens of Coquille by providing services in a timely manner, to protect persons and property, and to be the best neighbor and caretaker possible. 851 N Central Coquille OR 97423 (541)396-2115 http://www.cityofcoquille.org/

Coquille Chamber of Commerce
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Coquille Valley Hospital
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