Oregon Caves National Monument – Cave Junction, Oregon

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Welcome to Oregon and the Oregon Caves National Monument!
(note – this is not an official Oregon Caves Website. You will also want to explore the National Park Service Oregon Caves website here
and the Oregon Caves Chateau website here (concession managed by a Cave Junction Non Profit Group)

Here at OregonCaves.com you will find information about the Oregon Caves and regional attractions such as Crater Lake National Park, The Oregon Coast and Redwoods National Park.

Note that there are two key “official” sites about the caves with more Oregon Caves information. The National Park Service oversees the park and offers Oregon Caves Guided Tours which are a must during your visit. The tour is safe, fun, and very educational.

For Lodging information, dining and gifts at the Oregon Caves and Caves Chateau visit the Oregon Caves Outfitters , the park’s official concessionaire.

The Oregon Caves Chateau is one of Southern Oregon’s most charming lodges. It is not overly fancy and the rooms are rustic, but this unique 5 story landmark building with beautiful bark siding is one of the West’s most intriguing lodges. The Oregon Caves Chateau was featured in the PBS TV special and book “Great Lodges of the American West” for it’s old fashioned charm and architectural elegance.

Cities in the region include Cave Junction, Ashland, Grants Pass, Medford, Jacksonville, Brookings, Klamath Falls, Gold Beach, Bandon, Roseburg, and more.

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Joe Hunkins is a tourism and technology guy who lives in Southern Oregon and knows the area very well. He loves the Oregon Caves, Crater Lake, and Oregon. Find him on Twitter: @JoeDuck
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3 Responses to Oregon Caves National Monument – Cave Junction, Oregon

  1. Carmen Huson says:

    Have discovered your website via msn the other day and absolutely love it. Carry on the great work.

  2. Alf Taylor says:

    Possible visit this summer, looking for pictures of the caves

  3. Monex says:

    …Added to .1992…NRHPReference .92000058…Oregon Caves Historic District covers 60acres 240 000 m2 in the main visitor area of in southern . As a result of the survey and continued advocacy from Miller and others prominent citizens the Oregon Caves were designated as a by President in 1909.