Marvels of Marble at Oregon Caves
Posted on August 10th, 2017

Thanks to Christine Sherk from the Eugene Register-Guard for a special story about the amazing adventures at the Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve. Enjoy a  wonderful sense of history, ambiance and outdoor fun for the whole family!



Little D Gets an Upgrade
Posted on July 16th, 2017

The Friends’ current project is the rehabilitation of Little D, the former staff dining area, located on the 2nd basement level.  Built to feed the original cave guides, college students who worked here during the summer, Little D has never been available to the public and, since the end of the cave guide program, has essentially been …



The Oregon Caves Historic District is a complex of significant rustic buildings built between 1922 and 1942 to accommodate guests and operations at the Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve. While the buildings retain their character and unique integrity, the historic district needs a strong commitment of funding from private donors and foundations to show …



Help restore the Third Great Lodge
Posted on November 21st, 2015

Your support has helped us to build needed expertise and to strengthen the organization. As we begin planning for the first phase of the Capital Campaign, we will continue to depend on you. We strive to continue to earn your support.



Invented at the Oregon Caves – The Friends of the Oregon Caves and Chateau have created a Commemorative set of 3D reels and viewer. Buy yours here: http://oregon-caves.mybigcommerce.com/ The three reels show  the interior of the Oregon Caves, historic and current photos of the National Historic Landmark Lodge –  Oregon Caves Chateau, and photos of the nearly 4000 …



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