Willow Creek & Hoopa Businesses Open for Business as of 04/28/2020
Information is subject to change without notice, so call ahead for up-to-date information.
Humboldt County Allowable Services List

Bigfoot Equipment & Repair: Business “shuttered” to allow only 3 customers in store at one time. Call ahead for curbside delivery

Bigfoot Motel: Open as usual. 24 hours closed room policy after checkout to allow adequate sanitation.

Bigfoot Steakhouse: Closed

Buddy’s Auto Center: open but gates are closed. Call ahead or call AAA, and Buddy’s will come to you.

CarQuest Auto Parts: Open as usual

Coast Central Credit Union: Open as usual. Limited member in lobby at one time.

Chevron: (530) 629-3546 5am to 10pm (starting 03/27/2020). Aztec Grill to-go only.

Dazeys: (530) 629-3100

Dream Quest Thrift Store: Closed

Early Bird: (530) 629-4431 Takeout orders only. Curbside delivery. Local delivery – minimum order $20, delivery fee $5.

Espresso & More: Open as usual

Gonzalez Mexican Restaurant: Closed

LulaRoe (Stacey Cornelson) Local pickup & delivery available

McKnights Auto Repair: (530) 629-2070 Open Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm. By appointment only.

Mountain Pool and Spa: (530) 629-4300 Open as usual.

Ol’ Rusty’s Highway Cafe: Closed

Patriot Gas Station: Open as usual

Pizza Factory: (530) 629-4800 Takeout Orders only Sun – Thurs 3pm to 8pm, Fri & Sat 12pm – 8pm

Rays: Mon – Sun 8am – 9pm Tues & Thurs 7am – 8am: seniors only

River Song Natural Foods: (530) 629-3148 Mon – Sat 9am – 5pm Sun 10am – 5pm. Deli serves only premade food to go. Seniors call ahead to shop by appointment: Mon-Fri 8am – 9am

Rockslide (Hawkins Bar): (530) 629-3899 Fri, Sat, Sun noon- 7pm. Takeout only.

Six Rivers Medical Clinic: Open as usual. Phone screenings advised.

Still Styling Family Hair: Closed. Will reassess after 3/31/2020

Tom’s Trash: (530) 629-2070 Open Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm. By appointment only.

Trinity Herbals & Wellness Center: (530) 629-4300 Curbside pickup and Zoom classes.

Trinity Pool Works: open as usual

Trinity River Farm: Farmstand is open with vegetables, flower starts and usually fresh eggs.

Whitson Inc: Mon – Fri 8am – 4.30pm. Closed for lunch noon – 1pm

Willow Creek Ace Hardware: Open as usual.

Willow Creek Dental Center: Open as usual.

Willow Creek Pharmacy: Mon – Fri 8am – 5.30pm 2 people in store at one time.

Willow Creek U.S. Post Office: Open as usual

Willow Creek Community Resource Center: (530) 629-3141 Community Room is closed to the public. Tues, Wed, & Thurs essential services only. Thurs: commodities distribution. Third Wed. of the month: Senior Brown Bags.


Hoopa Grocery: (530) 625-1013 Mon – Thurs 6am – 9 pm, Fri & Sat 6am- 10pm. Elders can get delivery on orders of $20 or more. Payment by check.

Hoopa Mini-Mart: (530) 625-4341 Open everyday 7am – 10am, 12noon -2pm, 5pm – 7pm but closed 10 am-12 pm, 2pm – 5pm for cleaning.

Hoopa Senior Nutrition Center: (530) 625-4834 Weekdays – curbside pickup & delivery.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Court: (530) 625-4305 Mon – Thurs 8.30am – 4.30pm opened to limited persons. Closed noon – 1pm

K’IMA:W Medical Center: (530) 625-4261 Call for appointment.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Office: Open as usual but limited access to essential staff only.

Hoopa U.S. Post Office: Open as usual

Burger Barn: Closed

Coast Central Credit Union: Open as usual. Limited member in lobby at one time.

Hupa Family Resource Center: 1pm – 5pm for doorside services only

Lucky Bear Casino: Closed




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!


Numbers speak for themselves


Average Summer Temperature




Bigfoot Museum

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.


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.

Home to farms, artists and a vibrant retirement community, this town has plenty of retail options and stores for grocery and camping supplies. Get coffee or dine at the town’s many local eateries. Pick up fresh produce or fruit at a local farm stand.

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