Lakeview, Ore - The 2015 Pacific Primitive Rendezvous Gathering will be held on the Fremont-Winema National Forest from June 13 through July 1. To ensure public safety, the Forest has temporarily restricted access to the gathering site to avoid potential conflicts that could arise from event activities.
The gathering is about 12 miles southwest of Paisley, Oregon, on approximately 100 acres of National Forest and private lands near the Chewaucan River. The closed area is identified on the ground with signs along the boundary of the prohibited area. Segments of Forest Service Road 3510-357 will also be closed.
The 2015 Pacific Primitive Rendezvous is a historical re-enactment event of the pre-1840 fur trade era. A variety of competitions and ceremonies take place during that time. All camps, participants, traders, equipment, accessories and attire are period specific. Organizers stress the event is not open to the public, to ensure public safety and to accurately recreate history.
For further information, please contact Catherine Callaghan, Realty Specialist for the Fremont-Winema National Forest, at 541-947-6255.