Bigfoot Days festival returning to Estes Park in April 2022

Estes Park Bigfoot Days presented by The Highland Bard returns celebrating all things Squatchy. This event features a ticketed dinner with Television Bigfoot Celebrities, and a free festival in Bond Park with talks from TV Bigfoot Celebrities, live music, axe throwing, inflatable games, craft and food vendors, a Bigfoot calling contest, area Bigfoot tours, outdoor themed activities for the entire family, a special appearance from Bigfoot “The Original Monster Truck,” and much more!

Joe “Huckleberry” Lott and “Wild” Bill Neff are core members of the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings Team (AIMS). For generations alleged sightings of Bigfoot have occurred in the Appalachian Mountains and this band of hard-core hunters and trappers have made it their life’s work to investigate them. You can currently watch Huckleberry and Wild Bill and the rest of the AIMS team on the Travel Channel’s hit series, “Mountain Monsters.”

Cliff Barackman has been a dedicated Sasquatch field researcher for decades, and is a starring cast member of Animal Planet’s hit series “Finding Bigfoot.” Both on- and off-camera, he has managed to gather data supporting the hypothesis that Sasquatches are an undiscovered species that lives in North America. Cliff is also the owner and curator of the North American Bigfoot Center in Oregon.

Bigfoot Days kicks off on Friday, April 1, 2022, with the Bigfoot BBQ from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Ridgeline Hotel and Conference Center. This Bigfoot-themed dinner will feature food, drinks, live music, photos and mingling with an informal Q&A with Huckleberry, Wild Bill, and Cliff. Tickets are $90. For more information and to purchase tickets visit

In addition to the free Bigfoot Days Festival on April 2, 2022, there will be the world premier of the new documentary “Alien Contact in the Rockies.” This screening will be held at the Historic Park Theater at 3 p.m., and there will commentary by the filmmakers before the screening. Admission is free.

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