Wildlife Heritage Sculpture Corridor
(a.k.a. Willapa Heritage Corridor)
Several locations along Hwy 101 and throughout Raymond
Drivers passing through Raymond will see a number of rusted steel sculptures along the highway, some cut-outs, others 3-dimensional. Wild animals, logging-related themes, people engaging in a variety of outdoor activities, pioneers and others are key themes of the sculptures.
Today there are more than 200 of these sculptures along the highways and throughout Raymond. They are the creations of a handful of different artists, including Joanne Jambor, Renee O'Conner and Hans Nelson.
Pioneers Sculptures (W11A0089)
These pioneers and settlers are located along Highway 101.
Hans Nelson's Fisherman Sculpture (W11A0078)
Fishing is a popular activity in Raymond. With sturgeon in the local waters, sometimes local fishermen will capture "a big one".
Tree Planting Sculpture (W11A0068)
This sculpture recalls Raymond's forestry heritage.
While you're in the area, check out these sights:
- Around Town, Raymond, Washington
- Tokeland Hotel And Marina, Tokeland, Washington
- Willie Keil Grave, Menlo, Washington