• Speleothems in Miller's Chapel.

    Oregon Caves

    National Monument Oregon

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  • Haunted Candlelight Tours

    Haunted Candlelight Tours Offered Sunday, October 26 through Friday, October 31, 2014. The tour begins at 4pm and are first come first serve. The tour is limited to 12 people per group. Last regular cave tour will be at 3pm.

Cooperating Association

Oregon Caves Natural History Association (NHA)

The Crater Lake & Oregon Caves Natural History Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing educational and scientific activities within Oregon Caves National Monument and Crater Lake National Park.

The Crater Lake & Oregon Caves Natural History Association invests funds generated from sales of items purchased at our Monument Visitor Center directly back into the Monument, providing services such as publishing Monument-related books and maps, printing the Monument's rackcards, and purchasing equipment and materials for educational and scientific research programs.

You can become a member of the Association and learn more about the Monument's natural and cultural resources. Yearly memberships can be purchased at the Visitor Center on the Monument. Find out more by visiting www.craterlakeoregon.org.

 
Illinois Valley Community Development Organization
The Oregon Caves lodge is managed by a local nonprofit group, the Illinois Valley Community Development Organization. They strive to support the preservation of this unique environment while giving visitors the best in service and hospitality. They use revenues from the operation of the Chateau to write grants and assist with programs that benefit the local community. For more information, visit ivcdo.projecta.com.
 
Siskiyou Field Institute
The Siskiyou Field Institute deepens visitors' scientific understanding and intimate connection to the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion by providing educational programs and outdoor experiences to a school-aged children in conjunction with National Park Service Rangers. Visit thesfi.org for more information about Siskiyou Field Institute.

Did You Know?

This snail was named after an employee of Oregon Cave, not because he was slow but because he wrote the technical description of the snail.

There is a snail that lives on the marble rock outcrops of Oregon Caves that has adapted to use the calcium from the rock to make its shell.