Stonerose Interpretive Center
The Stonerose Interpretive Center and Fossil Site located in Republic, Washington, is part of the Okanogan Highland fossil beds. These fossils of plants, insects, fish and more lived nearly 50 million years ago when the area that is now the City of Republic was part of an ancient lake.
Once you arrive at the new Stonerose Interpretive Center on Clark Ave, a staff member will provide information on how and where to dig for fossils. Later, they’ll identify your finds and give you a reference sheet with the names of your fossils. You get to keep the three you choose.
The Stonerose Interpretive Center is handicapped accessible (ADA compliant) with handicapped parking at the fossil site. Depending on your needs, staff are available to assist you in accessing the fossil site.
Phone: (509) 775-2295
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