From Ephraim's Main Street (Highway 89), turn east on 400 South then go to 300 East, where you'll make a right turn.
Follow the road south, then east around the curve to the mouth of the canyon, where the road is graveled.
Follow the graveled road for approximately 7 more miles; you'll find the GBEEC sign on the right-hand side of the road.
We open in mid-June and close up in September.
Click on the picture on the left and you'll find out why.
An adventurous few will make their way to the GBEEC in the winter.
They don't stay long . To see why, click on the picture on the right.
No Smoking ~ The Utah Clean Air Act
No Alcohol or Illegal Drugs ~ Federal Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace Regulations
No Pets ~ Great Basin Environmental Education Center Policy (protects native wildlife)
No Carving Names on Trees ~ Junking up the Environment/Ethics
Service Projects -- We have plenty! Let us know if your group would like to do a service project.
Family Reunions -- Sorry, we can't help you there. However, you are welcome to register your family group for one of our workshops.
Food -- We can put you in touch with an excellent caterer, or you may prepare your own meals in one of our kitchens.
Telephones -- Due to remote location, some cellular providers have spotty signal (Verizon, Alltel), while others have no signal.
The GBEEC Store -- You may purchase film, toiletries, insect repellent, GBEEC Sweatshirts and T-shirts, souvenirs, goodies, and some of the basic items you may have left at home.
Beds -- We can house up to forty-two overnight guests. Lodging is "Dormitory" style. Bedding is not provided.