Plan Your Visit

Your visit to Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve can include cave tours, surface hikes, exploring the Historic Chateau (and their milkshakes), digging into the biodiversity of the rugged Siskiyou Mountains, picnicking, bicycling, camping and more. The pages listed below provide everything you need to begin your discovery in and around one of the most unique marble cave systems in the United States.

Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve park sign

Basic Information

Basic information to know before you visit Oregon Caves.

Oregon Caves entrance sign

Directions & Transportation

How to get to Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve.

A room in the historic Chateau

Eating & Sleeping

Grab a bite to eat and stay overnight at the historic Chateau or camp under the star at Cave Creek Campground.

Hiker viewing smoke from a wild fire from the Mount Elijah trail.

Things To Do

Check out what you can do underground and on the surface at Oregon Caves.

Ranger demonstrating the


Learn how to keep yourself safe in the cave and around the park.

Banana Grove formation in the cave.


General information about accessibility at Oregon Caves.

Collage images depicting northern California and southern Oregon's seven national park site.

Circle of Discovery

Did you know that northern California and southern Oregon are home to seven national park sites? Explore the Circle of Discovery!

Last updated: July 10, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

19000 Caves Hwy
Cave Junction, OR 97523


(541) 592-2100

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