North Bonneville, Washington
At entrance to town and along the Discovery Trail
North Bonneville has embraced Bigfoot. Well, a lot of Bigfoots (Bigfeet?). You'll find them at the entrance to town and at other places, especially City Park along the Discovery Trail. Although some are standing in plain sight, others are peaking out from behind rocks and trees.
And speaking of trees, keep your eyes on the tree branches. Some of the smaller creatures can be spotted sitting on the branches, so you'll want to watch out for Bigfoot droppings as you pass underneath.
The Bigfoot carvings of North Bonneville are the work of artist Ken Craig.
A bit of trivia. North Bonneville is located in Skamania County. There is a Skamania County ordinance, No. 69-01, that makes it a crime to kill a Bigfoot.
Bigfoot Family in City Park (P14A0369)
Young Bigfoot (P14A0371)
As you explore North Bonneville, keep an eye out for these bashful creatures.
While you're in the area, check out these sights:
- Bonneville Lock And Dam, North Bonneville, Washington
- Columbia Gorge, Vancouver, Washington
- Mt Adams, Trout Lake, Washington