Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve can be found within the Siskiyou Mountains in southwestern Oregon. At an elevation of about 4000 feet, visitors will be led to the park by a steep and winding road. Once at the park, stop in at one of the visitor centers for park and cave tour information. Cave tours run from March to November, but the surface areas of the park remain open year-round.
During your visit to the monument and preserve, take time to enjoy the many activities it has to offer. In the caves, take a guided tour through the dark, narrow passages to see the marble formations. Outside the caves, take one of the several hiking trails through the forest of fir trees to gorgeous overlooks and mountain views. While out on the trails, keep an eye out for the many different types of wildlife that reside in the park from frogs to owls to deer.
For visitors looking to stay overnight, Cave Creek Campground has 17 first-come, first-served campsites. The campground can accommodate those with RVs and trailers up to 20 feet. The campground is open only through the peak season, running from Memorial Day to late September. Pets are permitted within the preserve and campground, but are not allowed on the trails or in the caves.