Freedom Of Information Act
If you require information from Oregon Caves National Monument, the U.S. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) ensures public access to U.S. government records. Upon written request, the monument is required to disclose those records, unless they can be lawfully withheld from disclosure due to exemptions in the FOIA. This right of access is ultimately enforceable in federal court.
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Did You Know?
Up until 1922 the only way to get to Oregon Caves was on a 12 mile trail from the town of Williams, Oregon. Once at Oregon Caves visitors explored the cave and spent the night at a camp outside the entrance to the cave.