Come visit Stonerose's 48 million year old fossil beds….

Fossil Hunt at our Eocene Fossil Site

The public is welcome to visit Stonerose and search for their own fossils in our Eocene fossil beds. At the time of your visit, the Stonerose staff will explain our rules for digging and how to find fossils. After showing all your finds to the staff for identification, you may keep three fossils per day.

National Fossil Day Celebration at Stonerose

Join us for the 4th annual National Fossil Dayat Stonerose! October 10-12, 2014. Detailed information is just a click away!
Friday is Kid's Day with Students participating in fun activities. Friday evening, Dr. Bruce Archibald will present current research on the recently identified big-headed fly, found at Stonerose in 2007.
Saturday morning join in a GPS scavenger hunt around the town, or go digging at Boot Hill. Saturday afternoon, come out to the Carousel Building for round table discussions/mini-presentations.
Dinner will be available at the Carousel just before master storyteller, Jack Nisbet, explores the interplay between Wes Wehr, the fine arts, and Stonerose.

(All activities are subject to change.)

$25 for our 25th Anniversary!

Help celebrate Stonerose's 25th Anniversary by donating $25. Your contribution is tax-deductible. Your donation helps support our education and outreach programs, equipment purchases for collection management, and improvements to our displays and interpretive information. Donate online or mail your contribution to: Stonerose Interpretive Center PO Box 987 Republic, WA 99166