Escape the hustle of modern life with a stay at Grayback Campground. Located 12 miles east of Cave Junction on Hwy 46 (Caves Hwy), Grayback offers 39 campsites (tent-sites) with picnic tables and fire pits, available on a first come, first served basis. Drinking water, vault toilets, garbage disposal and a campground host are available. There is a one-mile interpretive loop trail and a nearby swimming hole. The west campground boundary is historic Sucker Creek, where one of the first gold strikes in Oregon was located. A smaller campground, Cave Creek, is located closer to Oregon Caves National Monument but offers fewer amenities. Camping fees at Grayback are modest, and day use is free. Maximum vehicle length for parking is 35 feet.
More Info: Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Wild Rivers Ranger District, Cave Junction, 541-592-4000