North Bonneville, Washington: Bigfoot FamilyA Bigfoot Family, carved from tree stumps, hangs out near North Bonneville's basketball courts.
- Cascade Drive, North Bonneville, WA
- From Hwy 14, turn south at the main entrance into town. Drive a couple hundred feet, cross Cascade Drive, then turn left and loop around until you see the basketball courts on the left. The Bigfoot Family is there, but you might also see other Bigfoots scattered around town, which isn't very big.
Visitor Tips and News About Bigfoot Family
According to local lore, the Bigfoot Family emigrated from the forests of the Cascade Mountains just north of town, overcoming their natural shyness because North Bonneville is such a wonderful place to live. Or, they could have just been carved from tree stumps by Ken Craig, who lives downriver, and who also carved a Bigfoot in California. Either way, they arrived in North Bonneville in 2012.
There are 15 Sasquatches of all ages standing beside the walking trails that wind through town. The biggest Bigfoot, the "Great Elder," is 12 feet tall and weighs a ton.[Roadsideamerica.com Team, 08/27/2012]
Nearby Offbeat Places
- Bonneville Lock and Dam: Fish Ladders, Cascade Locks, OR - 1 mi.
- Evil Lab from Short Circuit: Stand on Live Generator, North Bonneville, WA - 2 mi.
- Sacagawea as Graphic Novel Babe, Cascade Locks, OR - 5 mi.
- In the region: Art Deco 4449 Steam Locomotive, Portland, OR - 35 mi.