Northern Great Basin Prehistory Project
Archaeological Field School
2014 Summer Session

Setting and Living Arrangements

Participants will live in tents at a field camp. Located at about 4500 feet, typical summer temperatures range from 90 degrees Fahrenheit (and higher) in the day to 45 to 60 degrees at night. The camp will have rustic kitchen, dining, laboratory, and bathroom facilities. Students prepare the meals and work to maintain the campsite and support facilities with the instructors.

Students must provide their own sleeping bags or bedding and personal tents (for a full list of required gear, see the personal equipment page). Transportation is furnished between Eugene and the field camp, but students are encouraged to bring personal cars if possible, as trips into the nearby town in university vehicles will be infrequent. Mountain bikes are welcome, and there are extensive biking and hiking opportunities in the vicinity. On weekends students may go to town, explore other parts of the Northern Great Basin, or just relax in camp. No dogs are allowed at the field school.


Relaxing by the Fire at Field School 2010
Relaxing by the fire at Field School 2010
After Hours Natural History Research
After hours natural history research
Rimrock Draw Rockshelter Location
Rimrock Draw Rockshelter location overview