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Cave Junction [1] is a city in Southern Oregon, known as the gateway to the nearby Oregon Caves National Monument.

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Cave Junction is located on U.S. Route 199 about 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Grants Pass. To get to the Oregon Caves, turn onto Oregon 46 and follow it 20 miles (32 km) to the monument.

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  • Oregon Caves National Monument, 19000 Caves Hwy, Cave Junction, OR 97523, ''+1 541'' 592-2100 ext. 262 (fax: ''+1 541'' 592-3981), [2]. Daily between spring to Thanksgiving, hours and tour frequencies vary, see website for details. Declared a National Monument by President William Howard Taft, the centerpiece of this attraction are the marble caves with unique rock formations. National Park Service rangers conduct guided tours on regular schedules. Bring a jacket as the temperature in the caves is a constant 43°F (6°C) year-round. $8.50 adults, $6.00 children (to 16), group rates available (12 or more).  edit

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Routes through Cave Junction
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