Oregon Caves Lodge

Address: 20000 Caves Highway, Cave Junction, Oregon, 97523, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 20000 Caves Highway, Cave Junction, is near Oregon Caves National Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Cave Junction

    The big day!

    A travel blog entry by held on Aug 08, 2015

    18 photos

    ... in a candy store too...)! We were both famished (more so me) since we hardly ate the whole day so we overdid it a little at dinner! The hostess even gave us a card and free dessert after finding out about our special occasion. We are finally resting for the evening on our last day at the B&B. Up early tomorrow to head to Crater ...

    The Oregon Caves

    A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jul 08, 2015

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... National Park. Once I clawed myself off the car ceiling it really is a beautiful place. The trees are so huge and the mountains are so close together so there are huge deep ravines (which we pass through around winding mountain roads) that are pretty and lush with growth. There is also a lovely Chateau there where people can visit, it is a historical landmark and the cave creek runs through the building! The Chateau wants to make it feel like the 1930's when it ...

    Seventy Two miles without a haircut

    A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 01, 2014

    7 comments, 30 photos

    ... therefore, was Columbia about 80 miles south of Coloma where, in 1850, Dr Thaddeus Hildreth and fellow miners, on their way back to their own claim, did some panning when they stopped to dry their clothes. They found gold and, within weeks over 4,000 miners came from all over the world, living in tents and simple wooden huts, then permanent wooden homes. Permanent, that is, until ...

    Red Bluff to Wooodburn OR

    A travel blog entry by mheasley on Jul 25, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... we will see again next week as we camp at waters edge where it flows out to the ocean. We are now passing thru Grants Pass. Getting into some beautiful scenery but STILL NOT OUT OF THE HEAT! It's 101 in Bakersfield and 105 in Grants Pass. What's up with ...

    Exploring marble caves

    A travel blog entry by nancydeb on Jul 24, 2011

    20 photos

    This cave system was revealed to the outside world by a fellow chasing his dog who was chasing something else. It is an extensive system and the tour through it is almost a mile long. It is geologically interesting because it is not limestone. "What is the cave made of?" our guide asked. I suggested limestone on the basis that all cave systems everywhere seem to be limestone, but I was wrong although it was a “good guess”. It is a marble ...