Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve


Nestled deep inside the Siskiyou Mountains, the caves formed as rainwater from the ancient forest above dissolved the surrounding marble and created one of the world's few marble caves. The highly complex geology found on the Monument contributes to the unusual and rare plants and animals found nowhere else but here. Experience the extensively decorated and adventurous "Marble Halls of Oregon."


 From I-5

Take exit 58 to merge onto NE 6th St/OR-99/Redwood Hwy
Continue to follow Redwood Hwy (3 mi)
Turn right at US-199 to Cave Junction (28  mi)
Turn left on OR-46 (a gas station is on the corner)
Follow OR-46 for 20 miles to the Monument 

From Crescent City, California

Take a left at US-101 (4 mi)
Take exit 794 to merge onto US-199 toward Grants Pass/I-5 (49 mi)
Turn right at OR-46
Follow OR-46 for 20 miles to the Monument 

The last 10 miles are narrow, steep and winding. Please drive no faster than 10 miles per hour while on the Monument. Travel trailers and large RVs are not recommended beyond Grayback campground (mile post 12) due to the winding road to the Monument.


(541) 592 2100




19000 Caves Hwy

Cave Junction, OR 97523


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