Activities in Settler
Fossil and Rock Hounding
Dig for fossils. Bed open behind the high school. Everyday Memorial Day through October 15, 8:00 a.m. to sundown.
Fossil Excursions via the Paleo Institute. Call 541-555-6363 to set up a tour.
Dig for thunder eggs or obsidian or pan for gold. Set up through Blacke’s Ranch Resort and Spa.
On the Lakes
Fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, and windsurfing. Equipment rental and sales, including bait and tackle from the Gold Lake Lodge. Reserve your boat today and set up lessons. Tiny Swit 541-555-4932
Swimming and hot springs.
Hiking. Miles of trails through mountains and lakes and geological history.
Biking. Bring your own or rent one from Settler Outfitters.
Caving. Set up guides and rent equipment from Settler Outfitters.
Horseback riding through Blacke’s Ranch Resort and Spa.
Picnicking. Get your supplies from the Settler Mercantile.
Bird and nature watching.
Hunting. Guides from Settler Outfitters. Supplies and taxidermy from Settler Mercantile.
Sledding, snowshoeing, snowboarding, skiing, XC skiing. Basin Bowl winter recreation center and equipment.
Patrick Swit House. Open Saturdays and Sundays, Noon to 4:00 p.m. Other days by appointment.
County Museum of History in the county building.
Paleo Institute has fossils on display and conducts tours to the fossil sites.
Settler Mercantile – groceries, pharmacy, quilting supplies, souvenirs, hunting supplies, and taxidermy.
Settler Outfitters – camping and outdoor recreation.
Gold Lake Lodge – Fishing supplies and souvenirs.
Artist Co-op and Antiques – original works of art by local artisans, antiques, and souvenirs.
Blacke’s Ranch Resort and Spa – everything you need to create a spa in your own tub.
Public Library – Daelin Long, Librarian
Settler Radio – Ratam Acue, Manager
What inspires Settler on Pinterest.