Join us for a week of exploring, astronomy and fun.
Learn about the stars, planets, sun and moon under clear night skies at Camp Hancock.
Join us at Camp Hancock as we search the sky for galaxies, nebulae and planets through a telescope.
Practice locating star clusters and galaxies with a telescope, then take your new skills to one of the largest and most popular astronomy events in the country: Oregon Star Party.
This five-day program will give students an introduction to the techniques and tools used in outdoor documentary film-making.
Discover how living organisms (including humans) have survived in the desert for thousands of years.
Investigate the incredible rock formations and fossil beds found near Camp Hancock.
Learn about the origins of Oregon’s landscape during a fun-filled week of fossil hunting, rock hounding and thunderegg polishing.
Bring the family for three days at Camp Hancock and learn about everything from astronomy to paleontology.
Join us on a naturalist’s adventure as we study reptiles and amphibians found in eastern Oregon.
Spend a week learning basic wilderness survival skills.
Join us for an unforgettable weekend at Camp Hancock and learn about the geologic history and wildlife of the John Day Fossil Beds.
Spend 3 days discovering the amazing animals and habitats of the high desert at Camp Hancock.
Visit Hancock Field Station for a weekend of fossil and wildlife exploration in the canyons of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.
Travel across the Pacific Northwest as tour guides for exchange students from Japan.
Learn about life in Oregon millions of years ago with an up-close look at the plant and animal fossils found in the different units of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.
Find out if you have what it takes to be a paleontologist by exploring the fossil beds of eastern Oregon.
Learn about lizards, snakes, frogs, toads and salamanders—all of which can be found at OMSI’s Camp Hancock.
Develop intermediate survival skills such as plant identification, fire-making, orienteering, animal tracking and shelter building.
Get an up-close look at wild creatures and animal bones as we learn about the amazing wildlife surrounding Camp Hancock.