Vertical Horizons Treehouse Paradise

3305 Dick George Road, Cave Junction, Oregon, 97523, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 3305 Dick George Road, Cave Junction, is near Great Cats World Park, Foris Vineyards, Bridgeview Vineyard & Winery, and Illinois River.
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    Travel Blogs from Cave Junction

    I'm a lumberjack and I'm OK

    A travel blog entry by barbaramorse9 on Sep 05, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Eureka, our last stop, looked less than welcoming - even its mother would find it difficult to love- and so we decided not to venture out of the hotel but to eat in. A wise move in some respects as some of the rest of our party were accosted, although not physically, for money the moment they walked out of the door.

    On the other hand, the bar in the restaurant was not very appealing, full of rednecks watching the opening NFL match of the season with half a ...

    It's our 30th Anniversary!

    A travel blog entry by zumwalt on Sep 01, 2014

    6 photos

    ... row and not on our car thank goodness.

    We did a lot of driving today, about 13 hours on the road. Still trying to make up for the late start we got yesterday and still shaking our heads about the jeep. We had quite a bit of discussion about our next jeep and the need to get one you can manually take out of 4 wheel drive. We even discussed getting a trike bike to tow on the back :), yes we are just full of ideas.

    We crossed the Canadian border ...

    The Gray North

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jul 25, 2013

    4 photos

    ... DMV was interesting. The computer system was down, so the gal behind the desk gave Alan a hand-written temporary license without even asking for any form of I.D. Seems to me like there is a breach of security here. It’s good for 2 months and we should be home before then.

    Since we got off to such an early start we decided to plough through and put some miles behind us. It’s not that we don’t love the California ...

    Oregon Caves National Park (by Emma)

    A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Aug 13, 2011

    9 photos

    ... a 5 minute talk about the White Nose Bat Syndrom that is killing many of the bats on the East Coast. They are trying to stop the disease from spreading to the bats in Oregon.



    We walked from the parking area up to the Ranger station and got our Junior Ranger books. We signed up for a tour of the caves with the Ranger. We had to ...

    Exploring marble caves

    A travel blog entry by nancydeb on Jul 24, 2011

    20 photos

    ... extent of human intervention is one of the talking points of the tour. At its far end it is interesting to see the names of early visitors that were written on the flow rock (shockingly done by a geologist taking his students through) and are still clearly visible though now protected under a new layer of flow rock. The year 1897 was the earliest date that I saw. The formations in this cave are thought to grow at between a half inch and an inch ...