For hundreds of years in Central Oregon, the legend of a giant hairy creature roaming the forests of North America has captured the imagination. This is your chance to search for Bigfoot and Sasquatch in our rugged $99 tent trailer featuring roof top tent systems from Bend based Freespirit Recreation. Bigfoot remains a mystery and fascinates fans who often go to great lengths to search for Bigfoot, including Bigfoot helicopter tours in Bend.
Bigfoot & Sasquatch Highway Tent Camper Adventures Oregon
Once you rent your $99 travel trailer in Bend it’s time to head out on your four day backcountry adventure to find Bigfoot and Sasquatch. The good news is our tent trailers are backcountry built and ready for any adventure. On this amazing four day tent camper adventure (north or south) you’ll uncover and explore giant sequoia forests, rivers and lakes, and maybe, just maybe come face to face with the PNW legend himself – Bigfoot.
Visit Bigfoot’s Grave on Mt St Helens
When Mount St. Helens blew in 1980, it killed 57 people and, say Bigfoot believers, it might’ve taken out Bigfoot. About halfway up the Spirit Lake Highway, the route to the mountain’s Johnston Ridge Observatory, a 28-foot Sasquatch statue stands guard at the North Fork Survivors Gift Shop. Ask the locals here about Bigfoot and they will point you to off the beaten track camping locations where Bigfoot has been sighted as recently as six months ago!
Bigfoots Best Sightings and Adventures
Bluff Creek, California, is the Bigfoot world’s Roswell, its Bermuda Triangle. It’s the site of the most famous Sasquatch footage ever captured. The Patterson-Gimlin film is still debated by cryptozoologists almost 50 years after it was made, but the surrounding Humboldt County woods have been known for Bigfoot encounters for even longer. Should he prove elusive, the Willow Creek China Flat Museum has a Bigfoot exhibit with foot casts, maps, and a 25-foot redwood sculpture.
Drive and Camp The “Original Bigfoot Highway”
The Bigfoot Scenic Highway begins in the town of Willow Creek, 300 miles north of San Francisco in Humboldt County, and twists northward along the Trinity and Klamath rivers through the Hoopa Valley and Yurok reservations, to the town of Happy Camp in Siskiyou County. The most famous purported footage of Bigfoot, the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin film, was captured near the midpoint of the route, just outside the town of Orleans along Bluff Creek, which has become a point of pilgrimage for Bigfoot hunters.
Oregon Travel Trailer Adventure Planning
Discover a full suite of $99 adventure travel trailer tent camper destinations and multi day vacation ideas with our partners at Travel Oregon. If you’re hiking, climbing, or just looking for epic day adventures in Oregon look no further than The Outdoor Project. Let’s play!