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The Oregon Caves is a place of adventure, wonder, and discovery. Join your guide and a small party of fellow cave explorers for a 90-minute tour. The route wends through narrow, twisting passages with ceilings as low as 45 inches! See strangely...more
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Be sure and take the guided ranger tour into the cave. One of the few marble caves in the country. I have toured almost of the caves in the national park system, and this one was a real surprise. The visitor's center is great and...More
These are the most extensive and beautiful caves I have visited! No need for a flashlight because they are already lit up. The trail is nicely paved with hand rails and stairs. That being said, it is a pretty extensive and somewhat strenuous hike. Many...More
This national monument is very interesting. The tour takes about 2 hours and it is time well spent. The caves are cold even in the summer so be sure to wear warm clothing. In addition, if you have any issues with claustrophobia, you might want...More
We have toured Carlsbad Caverns and the Lewis and Clark Caverns. I feel like Oregon Caves held it's own and was also different enough for us to still feel like this was a new experience. This one had sounds of water as well as views...More
I really enjoyed our trip to the Oregon Caves; they were really cold inside, maybe you should consider bring gloves if you go, but be sure to bring a warm jacket (and we went when it was about 100° outside!). We had a nice tour,...More
I rated this average because it was nothing special. We took the "candlelight tour", and while that did give the tour a little more pizzaz - it was just average. Our tour guide, while friendly and competent, had to act in a very odd cosplay...More
The cave tour was wonderful. Our guide was Ranger Neil, and he made an already great experience even better. He was funny, knowledgeable, and an absolute joy . He explained things in ways that were easy to understand. I enjoyed listening to him as much...More
We were driving between I-5 and the coast and detoured a bit to visit the caves. Everyone in the family (ages adult down to 10) enjoyed our tour, which lasted about 90 minutes and required about a mile of walking, including stairs, through the cave....More
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The cave itself is only accessible in the first room. The rest is not accessible. In this room you can see marble on the ceiling and go in with a wheelchair. The visitor's center is not ADA accessible. The put a fold up... More
The cave itself is only accessible in the first room. The rest is not accessible. In this room you can see marble on the ceiling and go in with a wheelchair. The visitor's center is not ADA accessible. The put a fold up ramp to get over three stairs. A wheelchair can use this ramp with no problems. If you're in a three wheel sc coter or a three wheel baby carriage, please be careful not to get the front wheel in the middle. My scooter wheel got stuck in the crack of the folding ramp and needed help getting out. The ramp into the visitor's center is more stable. None of these ramps are ADA compliant. I found it interesting. and loved the fact that this is in the country. I wasn't too thrilled about driving to the park.