Formally located on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, Cave Creek Campground was included in the expansion of the Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve, and is now managed by the National Park Service. Please call 541.592.2100 for more information.
Nestled in the lush forests of the Illinois Valley, the 18 sites in this primitive campground are suitable for tents or trailers. The Oregon Caves National Monument is a short drive away, and the Cave Creek Trail #1205 is also accessible from this point.
These sites are suitable for tents or trailers. This area is a nice primitive site and is just a short drive from the Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve.
18 campsites with picnic tables, and fire pits
Day use sites
3 vault toilets
Campground host available
At a Glance
This site is now managed by the National Park Service. Please call 541.592.2100 for more information.
Cave Junction, OR
Grants Pass, OR
National Park Service
From Grants Pass, OR, travel south 29.5 miles on US Highway 199 (Redwood Highway) to Cave Junction, OR. Turn left (east) onto Caves Highway (Highway 46), and continue for approximately 16 miles to the right-hand (south) turn to the Cave Creek Campground.
Maximum vehicle length: 16 feet
The campground is paved and the parking spurs are level
Camping & Cabins
Camping along the Cave's Creek.
Pleasant sounds of the stream as you relax in this nice semi primitive setting.
The Oregon Cave's National Park is just up the road.
There is a nice steep 1.8 mile trail that follows the Cave's Creek up to the Oregon Cave's National Park trail systems.
Nearby hiking opportunities include the Boundary Trail #1207 (area is unavailable).