Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Cave Creek

Temporary Closure Order  due to hazardous trees. 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.   Facilities * 18 campsites with picnic tables, and fire pits * Day use sites * Drinking water * 3 vault toilets * Garbage disposal * Campground host available

National Forest
Drive In
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Cave Creek is located in Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest in Oregon
42.115 N
-123.431 W
Get Directions
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.
2 Reviews of Cave Creek
Breathtaking Night Sky

Lovely little tent only( i guess you could get a camper up here).

This place was closed for the longest time and i think people forgot it was there when it re-opened.

Every time i have went its just me or one other camper.

Love it, but its bear country so be careful with your food.

The night sky up here is simply breathtaking..wonderful,

First to Review
RVs not recommended

Located within 3.5 miles from the Oregon Caves National Monument, this campground is the closest you will get to the Caves. There is a hiking 2.5 mile trail that takes you to them from the campground. Sites right a long the river.

Despite its close location to the Caves, it is extremely hard to take any type of RV there. The road is paved, but Extremely Narrow with limited visibility. So this one is really for tent campers only. Campsites are pretty spacious for multiple tents. All sites are primitive, but there are several water stations near the campsites. Vault toilets in this one.

A good place for tent campers looking to stay near the caves, but no RVs.