Willow Creek and Hoopa Businesses are open, per county and state guidelines.
Call a business directly for up-to-date information.
One touch of nature makes the whole world kin
Unique rural, river community
The town is known as “Bigfoot Capital of the World” and has a great museum Willow Creek China Flat Museum in the center of town featuring Bigfoot exhibits and more.
Come to our annual festival Bigfoot Daze, always held on the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend.
The Trinity River means swimming, rafting, hiking and more!
SOME COOL FACTS
Numbers speak for themselves
Average Summer Temperature
Stop in town for a coffee or lunch. Take a walk by the Trinity River at Big Rock or picnic Kimtu Beach and watch the river roll by.
WHERE IS WILLOW CREEK?
The town of Willow Creek, at the junction of 299 (Trinity River National Scenic Highway) and 96 (Bigfoot Scenic Highway), is located inside the Six Rivers National Forest. Surrounded by magnificent natural landscape, this little community offers many popular pursuits from river rafting and kayaking to hiking and bird watching. Just 12 miles from Willow Creek on Highway 96 is the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, the largest Indian reservation in California.
Approximately 1 hour’s drive from the Pacific coast and 2 hours from Redding, Willow Creek enjoys sunny weather all summer long. A popular tourist destination because of beaches and parks, as well as extensive roads for scenic driving or biking, and trails for hiking in the Six Rivers National Forest. The dense forests provide exceptional wildlife viewing of elk, deer, river otters, black bears, mink, bald eagles and peregrine falcons.