Southern Oregon’s rich history spans millennia, influenced by everyone from Indigenous people to prospectors, farmers and ranchers, and more who have made their mark on the region. Visitors can delve into the past at museums and historic sites that tell their stories. Here are a few of our favorites.
Oregon Caves Chateau
The Chateau at Oregon Caves National Monument is one of the National Park’s Great Lodges and a National Historic Landmark. The six-story hotel located on the monument has a fine dining room, a 1930’s era coffee shop, and 23 rooms. Each of the rooms in the Chateau has its own unique charm.
The Chateau is currently closed and undergoing a large scale rehabilitation project so there is currently no lodging or food service at the park. Cave tours are offered during the spring, summer and fall.
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