February 2021

Mailboxes in Willow Creek, CA

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100 Country Club Dr

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Willow Creek, CA 95573

14 Main St

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Willow Creek, MT 59760

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315 Wildwood Ave

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Rio Dell, CA 95562

536 Main St

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Ferndale, CA 95536

24878 State Highway 36

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Ruth, CA 95526

3400 Redwood Dr

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Garberville, CA 95560

116 Main St

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Scotia, CA 95565

1080 Highway 299

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Salyer, CA 95563

6710 Fields Landing Dr

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Fields Landing, CA 95537

72 Sunnybrae Ctr

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Arcata, CA 95521

5429 State Highway 36

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Carlotta, CA 95528

2100 State Highway 199

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Gasquet, CA 95531

100 Erickson Ct

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Mckinleyville, CA 95521

728 4 Th St

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Samoa, CA 95501

26406 Highway 254

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Weott, CA 95569

411 1 St St

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Blue Lake, CA 95525

27984 Alderpoint Rd

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Blocksburg, CA 95514

26530 Ruth Zenia Rd

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Zenia, CA 95595

357 Main St

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Trinidad, CA 95570

3400 Redwood Dr

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Redway, CA 95560

100 Country Club Dr

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Willow Creek, CA 95573

24878 State Highway 36

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Redcrest, CA 95526

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Willow Creek (formerly, China Flat) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Humboldt County, California, United States. The population was 1,710 at the 2010 census, down from 1,743 at the 2000 census. Residents of this small mountain town are commonly referred to as "Willow Creekers." The town is located around 30 miles (48 km) as the crow flies inland from county seat and harbor city Eureka, with the two places vastly differing in climate. Willow Creek sits along the Trinity River. Willow Creek is described as a "rugged mountain community nestled in the heart of the Six Rivers National Forest." This area of California is located in the Trinity/Shasta/Cascade Region, near the Oregon border, and is easily reached via State Routes 96 (the "Bigfoot Scenic Byway") and 299. The town, approximately 50 miles south of where the Patterson-Gimlin film was made, calls itself the Bigfoot capital of the world, has a Bigfoot Museum, and holds an annual "Bigfoot Daze" festival in September in honor of the creature, followed by various festivities in a local park. The roadhead of the Bluff Creek / Fish Lake Road, near which many alleged Bigfoot sightings and footprint finds occurred, is about 30 miles north, along Route 96. The region is the location of the Willow Creek American Viticultural Area. Organic gardens and vineries abound and welcome travelers to try their wares. The upper Trinity River offers a classic Class III river rafting run with moderate rapids, followed by the Burnt Ranch Gorge, which is one of the toughest runs in the entire state. An Amazon reviewer of the 2013 found-footage horror film, Willow Creek, says, "The endearing quirkiness of the town is captured very well in the iconography, the interviews (particularly with Steven S., the bookstore owner), and the food." The Wikipedia review says, "The two stop off first in Willow Creek ... where various locals talk to Jim's camera, warning them to keep out of the woods, singing ballads about Bigfoot, and generally enjoying their 15 minutes in the spotlight while Jim and Kelly have a blast ...." Willow Creek was served for many decades by the weekly Klamity Kourier newspaper, which closed in 2006 and was quickly replaced by the Bigfoot Valley News also based in Willow Creek. The Bigfoot Valley News has since closed, but the regional newspaper, Two Rivers Tribune (www.tworiverstribune.com), opened in 1994 and is still going strong. Its news coverage area is from Burnt Ranch all the way to Happy Camp, 97.5 miles (by Routes 299 and 96) to the north.

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