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National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior NPS / christopher willis Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve Visitors Center Exhibit Miller’s Chapel Cave Tour Schedule Cave Tour Fees No Cave Tours Tuesday and Wednesday March 19 – May 7 March 19 to Memorial Day weekend 10 am – 4 pm* After Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day 9 am – 6 pm After Labor Day to Columbus Day 10 am – 5 pm After Columbus Day to first Saturday in November 10 am – 4 pm Early November to late May: No Cave Tours offered 15 years and younger 16 years and older *Subject to change, please call or check website for more information. $7.00 per person $10.00 per person Passes There is no entrance fee at Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve. If you plan to visit other parks with an entrance fee, learn more about the America the Beautiful Pass. Tour Reservations: www.recreation.gov Reserve ahead of time; standby tours sell out fast, especially in the summer. For daily information on tour availability stop at the Illinois Valley Visitor Center, 201 Caves Hwy, Cave Junction, OR. Candlelight Tours and Off-Trail Adventure Tours Candlelight Tours are offered daily during the summer at 6 pm. Children must be 8-years old for this tour. Off-Trail Adventure Tour available summer season only. Make a reservation at: www.recreation.gov Cave Creek Campground Be Prepared for your Cave Tour The Discovery Tour experience lasts two-hours from chieck-in to finish. The route is moderately strenuous and is not recommended for people with heart, breathing, or walking problems. The route is 1-mile, requires frequent twisting and bending, and has more than 500 uneven steps. Temperature inside the cave is 44°F (7°C). Children Children must be at least 42˝ inches tall. Children may not be carried. 0 0 Oregon Caves National Preserve Other Activities Take a hike on one of our trails (open year-round). Become a junior ranger, wander through the Exhibit, or just relax in the historic Chateau lounge. Additional ranger-led activities offered the summer. Riv ue g Ro 10 Miles er 5 234 Accessibility Only the first room of the cave tour is accessible to persons with mobility impairments, including wheelchairs. Click here for more information. North 62 10 Kilometers Grants Pass Illin ois er 101 140 Medford 199 Riv 238 PACIFIC OCEAN Cave Junction Ashland 46 66 Brookings OREGON Oregon Caves National Monument CALIFORNIA 5 N AT I O N A L F O R E S T S 199 iver For lodging and dining information and reservations at this National Historic Landmark call (541) 592-3400 or visit www.oregoncaveschateau.com. Limited camping is available at Cave Creek Campground before you get to the caves. Help us Protect our Bats! To prevent the spread of White-nose Syndrome do not bring clothes or equipment used in another cave or mine. ma Kla Food and Lodging Redwood National and State Parks th R Crescent City Yreka Do Not Trust Your GPS. Call 541-592-2100 if you need directions. www.nps.gov/orca www.facebook.com/ OregonCavesNPS Oregon Caves National Monument 19000 Caves Highway Cave Junction, Oregon 97523 ph. (541) 592-2100 fx. (541) 592-3981

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