The Southern Oregon hamlet of Cave Junction sprang to life during the gold rush, but it was the discovery of the Oregon Caves in 1874 that put it on the map.
Now a national monument, the underground wonderland of marble halls is just one reason to visit this spot at the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains. Go wine tasting, float the Illinois River, visit the nearby Kerbyville Museum or take a hike in the national forest.
Things To Do
Deer Creek Vineyards of Southern Oregon produces award winning, premium handcrafted wines, ensuring a unique, handcrafted touch in every bottle […]
The Maple Ranch Johnson House is an extraordinary Vacation Rental, located on a 112 acre spread of premium grape vineyards, […]
The Page Mountain Sno Park is a picturesque setting to enjoy the fun of winter! Located in the mountains above […]
Wind your way down the mountain to the Cave Creek Campground. Enjoy the dense forest, splashing streams, and rock outcrops. […]
This is a unique botanical area along Rough and Ready Creek. It harbors a multitude of rare or special-status plants […]