Oregon Caves National Monument
When you’re in the mood for a day of adventure, consider visiting one of the few marble caves in the world. Deep inside the Siskiyou mountains lies the “Marble Halls of Oregon.” The caves formed when acidic rainwater dissolved the surrounding marble. The Monument’s ancient forests contain endemic Port Orford Cedar and one of the largest Douglas-fir trees in Oregon. In fact, the most complete jaguar fossil in the United States was discovered inside Oregon Caves in 1995 by crews who were working on a map of the cave.
Make it a full day and set aside some extra time to enjoy one of the many hiking trails in the area.
Summer Candlelight Tours
Fridays & Saturdays 6:30PM
Call for current tour hours and visit website for directions and other related information.
Oregon Caves Visitor Center
(541) 592-2100 ext. 2262