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

      Epic Road Trip, Day 3: Vortex & Caves

      A travel blog entry by sepdxfam22 on Jul 25, 2014

      17 photos

      ... climbing and ducking. We finally made it to our yurt, took a quick dip in the lake and built a substantial camp fire to roast our hot dogs and marshmallows on. The kids couldn't choose what they're favorite part of the day was. They say everything was ...

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      Seventy Two miles without a haircut

      A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 01, 2014

      7 comments, 30 photos

      ... around $6 for his water. Despite the cost the town thrived, , a firepump was acquired and brick houses built – and by 1853 Columbia had a population of 25-30,000. By the late 1860’s mining dwindled and miners tore down vacated buildings to search for gold in the very bedrock of the town. Now, restored and redefined it’s a living museum of the Gold Rush.


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      5 comments, 50 photos

      ... perceived and possible “line of fire” in this country when hauling up naughty motorists) and we sat like that for a minute or so. Us huddled in Jambo, the cop behind staying in his cruiser. Eventually he gets out and naturally comes to the left front window of Jambo whereupon Diana winds down her window. He politely introduces himself to her as Deputy Sheriff whatever and looking at Diana not me asks for her Drivers Licence and Vehicle Registration. She looks across at ...