Junction Inn

Address: 406 S Redwood Hwy., Cave Junction, Oregon, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 406 S Redwood Hwy., Cave Junction, is near Great Cats World Park, Illinois River, and Mt. Elijah.
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      Travel Blogs from Cave Junction

      Almost there!

      A travel blog entry by swankyjayyy on Sep 20, 2014

      • Stopped in Grants Pass, Oregon my last stop in Oregon.
      • I stopped and got gas at a Shell for $46.40
      • Got a bag of ice and a candy bar for $10.
      • I slept in my car for the night at a rest stop just outside the city.

      Oregon Caves & Zip Lining

      A travel blog entry by sloanfamily on Jul 27, 2014

      18 photos

      ... hole. Then we picked some fresh blackberries from their bushes.

      Not many restaurant options in Cave Junction, so we went to dinner at the "Going Deep Sushi & BBQ." Sounded pretty sketchy, but it actually was very good.

      Quote of the day:

      "Why don't I have any service?" ~Evan
      "Because we're in a cave!" ~Ryan

      Urban Dictionary definition of Cave Junction: The sixth level of ...

      The Gray North

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jul 25, 2013

      4 photos

      ... coast through Redwood forests, past craggy coastlines and great stretches of dark gray sandy beaches, edged by gnarled Cypress trees dwarfed by the wind. Truly one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world and lucky for me this is my home state. Every time I cruise up and down this coast I am amazed and awe struck by its beauty and wonder. I think it’s the best and I’ve been to a lot of beautiful places.

      Such a ...

      Reflections of Panama

      A travel blog entry by themeierls on Mar 10, 2013

      ... in the city. I think that's pretty true of most major cities around the world. I cannot believe how our North American culture seems so afraid of travel! Good grief people do some actual research! Okay rant over...
      My Favorite part of Panama was, Boquete and San Blas. Getting around wasn't as easy as I had thought it would be but it worked out. There is a lot of road building going on and I think as time marches on the infrastructure for tourism will expand. ...

      The Rogue is Running Amok!

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Apr 22, 2012

      5 photos

      ... block your view of that impressive volcano. Traveling north takes you through a pine forest to the town of Weed (named after a human, not the plant). From there the terrain flattens out into a big semi arid looking basin where volcanic cinder cones dot the south eastern side. Ranches prevail here where horses, cattle, sheep, goats and alpacas are raised.

      We climb out of the basin traveling the shoulder of yet another range of ...