Kid Valley, Washington: Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame

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North Fork Survivors Gift Shop

Address:
Hwy 504, Kid Valley, WA
Directions:
North Fork Survivors Gift Shop. I-5 exit 49, head east on Hwy 504 (Spirit Lake Memorial Highway) 20 miles. About a mile east of the intersection of Hwy 505 at mile post 20.5.
Hours:
A-Frame Walk-Thru closed. Local health policies may affect hours and access.
RA Rates:
Major Fun
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Tourist Attraction - Walt Thuu the Buried A Frame.

Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame

On the way to sometimes-cranky volcano Mount St. Helens, stop to admire a very 28-ft. tall statue of Bigfoot and a home half-buried in volcanic mud.

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Bigfoot statue.

Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame

Just as described, the place has a gift shop where you can get your big foot souvenirs or your Mount Saint Helens ash and debris.

[Kim, 07/25/2021]

Bigfoot statue.

Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame

The reigning "Hide & Seek" champion is alive in well in this great stop off. Support the cause and grab some cool Yeti swag while sharing a story with good people! [Mike Larson, 09/03/2016]
Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame

Stopped here and glad we did. It was a great visual of the impact of the mudslide from the Mt. St. Helen's eruption. Not sure how long the house will last -- glad we saw it while we could. Bigfoot Statue was fun photo op.

[Beth Demme, 06/11/2013]
Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame

Seems things change over the years. I saw this A-frame and surrounding area shortly after it was opened up after the mountain blast and they'd started digging out inside. THAT was interesting to see. It no longer is worth a stop. Just someone trying to make a buck on tourists. No upkeep at all. Skip this in your trip around the mountain.

[Rocky, 09/16/2012]

We wish they'd left the mud mayhem and would open up the A-Frame walk-thru again, but still think it's worth a quick look in tandem with the Bigfoot statue. Also, we're counting on another eruption -- future generations can tour a Buried Tourist Trap.


Nearby Offbeat Places

Statue of the Tree PlanterStatue of the Tree Planter, Toutle, WA - 11 mi.
Mount St. Helens National Volcanic MonumentMount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, Silver Lake, WA - 12 mi.
Gospodor MonumentsGospodor Monuments, Toledo, WA - 15 mi.
In the region:
The Franz Loaf - Big Illuminated Bread, Portland, OR - 59 mi.

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