Tour Length: Approx. 2 hours.
Description: The Fort Rock Basin is a vital part of Native American history and life. Fort Rock Cave is near Fort Rock State Natural Area and is the site of the instrumental archaeological discovery of sagebrush bark sandals. Fort Rock Cave is a National Heritage site and is open only to the public by state park guided tour. Join us in learning about Fort Rock Cave’s lasting legacy.
Tour Info: Tours begin at Fort Rock State Natural Area. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tour start time. From there, tour participants will be shuttled in a van to the cave site.
Be Prepared: Fort Rock Cave is a remote area and you will be required to walk a ½ mile on uneven, dusty terrain. Weather is usually hot and windy in the summer. Bring water and dress weather appropriate. Sun protection is highly recommended.
Important Notes: Pets are not allowed on any tour, nor permitted to be left in your vehicle alone. Tours may be canceled due to fire danger in the area. Tours have a four-person sign-up minimum. One person may book a tour at any time; however, tours will be canceled up to a day before the event if four or more people have not registered. Customers will be notified in the event of a tour cancelation and be given a full refund.
Personal Cancelations: In order to receive a refund, you must cancel your online registration BEFORE 12pm the day prior to your tour.
Contact: If you have questions or need more information, call LaPine State Park at 541-536-2428