how & where to search for sASQUATCH IN THE ADIRONDACKS
WHERE TO STAY
CHAMBERLIN FARMS, COMSTOCK NY
When the Patterson-Gimlin film was captured in 1967, both men who witnessed the famous PG creature were riding horseback through Bluff Creek, California. When conducting Sasquatch research, it is essential to analyze conditions in which evidence was obtained. Therefore, a few nights stay at a rural farm in Squatch country is a great way to understand how large animals function, & how the scent of the horses may have concealed Roger & Bob on the day they captured the footage of a Sasquatch.
Chamberlin Farms is a Veteran owned & operated farm located in Comstock, NY, focused on training thoroughbred horses & raising beef cattle. Owners Tina & Todd are dedicated to training horses to race without any enhancers, & they are determined to raise their cattle in a way that stops land erosion & improves the health of their animals. These incredible hosts offer RV sites as well as a rustic cabin with incredible views of the mountains. There are hiking trails throughout the farm's neighboring wilderness & riding lessons if you're interested in experiencing what Roger & Bob did in Bluff Creek. Mention The Forest Fleur to receive a free Bigfoot magnet with your stay!
Pricing is as follows:
Travers House Cabin $125/night
RV Site $35/night
Lessons $50-70 depending on experience
LAKE BOMOSEEN LODGE & TAPROOM, BOMOSEEN VT
The NY/VT border has been the mecca for many Sasquatch reports. As researchers, it is crucial to spend time in the remote mountains of the Adirondack region. If you're not a camper or plan on traveling during winter months, Lake Bomoseen Lodge is the perfect stay for a Squatcher. This lodge features newly renovated motel lodges, condos & cottages to accommodate any group. The views from the motel are breathtaking during any season & the surrounding area is beautifully remote. The best part about this lodge? It's a short drive down route 4 from Whitehall NY, the Sasquatch capitol of NY, which means every time you leave the resort heading over to Whitehall, your chances of a Sasquatch road-cross sighting increase dramatically! Mention The Forest Fleur to receive a free Bigfoot magnet with your stay!
Pricing is as follows:
Avg Nightly Rate Lodge $180-$215
Avg Nightly Rate Cottage $350-$800
EVENTS & PLACES TO SEE
The annual Sasquatch Calling Festival in Whitehall, NY is an extraordinary event for researchers of all ages & backgrounds. This event features guest speakers, eye-witnesses & vendors selling Sasquatch-themed products! Check out our booth for some exclusive products as well as everything sold on our site! This event happens in September, so be sure to lookout for a date on Facebook!
The Vermont Country Store is a scenic detour through Vermont that is worth the drive. This store is rustic & cozy, featuring toys & games from your childhood, unique gifts & specialty souvenirs. Neighboring Mildred's Grill cranks out the best hot dog you'll ever eat & will leave you feeling like you just ate a meal fit for a Squatch.
Sasquatch is a 7-10’ tall, bipedal, hair-covered creature witnessed by thousands across the U.S. These creatures are believed to have descended from a Paranthropus Hominin species or a Gigantopithecus Ape species. In other words, when discovered, Sasquatch will likely be revealed as an indigenous human species or a highly-adapted great ape.
Sasquatch has been sighted throughout the Adirondacks for many years., starting with Native American Tribes. Iroquois-speaking tribes such as Seneca, Oneida & Mohawk all share the legend of the Stone Coat, a name given to a mythological rock-giant. Stone Coats are said to be twice as tall as humans, with their bodies covered in rock-hard scales that repel all normal weapons. Since then, hundreds of reports have been collected ranging across New York State, particularly in the Adirondack region.
who to contact
Paul Bartholomew is an author & local investigative researcher in Whitehall, NY. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org to report any local sightings, evidence or research.
BIGFOOT STATUE PHOTO Opportunities
132 Broadway, Whitehall, NY 12887
Skenesborough Dr, Whitehall, NY 12887
10014 US-4, Whitehall, NY 12887
129 Co Rd 9A, Whitehall, NY 12887
HIKING TRAILS with sasquatch activity
PROSPECT MOUNTAIN TRAIL
75 Smith St, Lake George, NY 12845
GROFF CREEK TRAIL
768-812 River Rd, Northville, NY 12134
GLEN LAKE TRAIL
73 Meadow Ln, Fair Haven, VT 05743
HALF MOON STATE PARK
1621 Black Pond Rd, Fair Haven, VT 05743
Keep an eye out along riverbanks where the creatures may have left footprints. Consider doing some “whoop” sounds or tree knocks (3 at a time) to elicit a response. This is how the Sasquatch species communicates. Please be respectful of these creatures & remember that we know very little about their behavior.
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