Fort Rock Cave Tour

Tour Length: Approx. 2 hours.

Description: Fort Rock Cave is near Fort Rock State Natural Area. It is the site of instrumental archaeological discoveries dating back over 10,000 years. The Fort Rock Basin is a vital part of Native American history and life.  Fort Rock Cave is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public only by a 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 10 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 at least ¾ mile on uneven, dusty terrain. Weather is usually hot and windy in the summer. Bring water and dress weather appropriate. Sun protection 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 five-person sign-up minimum.  One person may book a tour at any time; however, tours will be canceled a day before the event if five 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: 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.