Explore the Oregon Caves

When sunshine heats things up in Southern Oregon, the Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve makes for cool exploring. Inside the natural marble caves, formed by dripping rainwater over the ages and first discovered in 1874, you’ll enter another world. Visitors learn about the unique geology, animals and plant life of the area with guided tours… More
: Oregon Caves National Monument by Christian Heeb

Cave Junction

The Southern Oregon hamlet of Cave Junction sprang to life during the gold rush, but it was the discovery of the Oregon Caves in 1874 that put it on the map.

Now a national monument, the underground wonderland of marble halls is just one reason to visit this spot at the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains. Go wine tasting, float the Illinois River, visit the nearby Kerbyville Museum or take a hike in the national forest.

Trip Ideas

  • World of Mystery at Oregon Caves
    Some of the best travel experiences across Oregon happen at places that offer teachable moments through touchable history. This week we visit an iconic site in southwest Oregon that will put you in touch with... More
  • Swinging in the Trees
    There’s nothing like spending a summer afternoon in the cool shade of a large oak tree with a picnic or a book or just a few good friends. But what if you could climb amongst... More
  • 20 Favorite Oregon Hikes
    “What are the best hikes in Oregon?” It's one of the most difficult and most frequently-asked questions I get. This state is so diverse that picking favorite hikes is hard. I decided that the best way... More
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Are there really tree house hotels in Oregon?

Yes, here in Southern Oregon, we have the amazing Out ‘n About Treesort, filled with tree houses to stay overnight in. We had a wonderful experience there with kids, but of course it’s just as magical for adults. You’ll want to check the official website for up-to-date information on pricing. The treesort is located outside of…

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