Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference   - Oct 06, 2017 to Oct 07, 2017

Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference Kiamichi Mountain Mission Campgrounds
Honobia, OK 74549

Phone: 918-755-4549   815-735-9508
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Get swept up in Bigfoot lore at the Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference. Hear talks from prominent Bigfoot field researchers as they share their work and experiences at this two-day gathering in the heart of Oklahoma's beautiful and densely-wooded Kiamichi Mountains. Whether you're a skeptic, enthusiast or true believer, you won't want to miss this beloved annual event.

The Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference features live music, arts and crafts vendors, fun games, a nature walk, delicious food, family-friendly entertainment and a local art show. Don't forget to take a selfie with Bigfoot while you take in all the fun. Gather around the campfire in the evening to hear tales of Bigfoot from people who have had firsthand encounters. (Guests are free to share all stories without ridicule.)  On-site tent camping is available, as well as limited RV camping with electric hookups, by advance reservation only.

Get swept up in Bigfoot lore at the Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference. Hear talks from prominent Bigfoot field researchers as they share their work and experiences at this two-day gathering in the heart of Oklahoma's beautiful and densely-wooded Kiamichi Mountains. Whether you're a skeptic, enthusiast or true believer, you won't want to miss this beloved annual event.

The Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference features live music, arts and crafts vendors, fun games, a nature walk, delicious food, family-friendly entertainment and a local art show. Don't forget to take a selfie with Bigfoot while you take in all the fun. Gather around the campfire in the evening to hear tales of Bigfoot from people who have had firsthand encounters. (Guests are free to share all stories without ridicule.)  On-site tent camping is available, as well as limited RV camping with electric hookups, by advance reservation only.

The annual Bigfoot Conference features presentations by leading Bigfoot researchers on their experiences and scholarship. Enjoy presentations and Q&As from guest speakers like Dr. Samuel Webb Sentell, Ron Morehead, Scott Nelson, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Adam Davies and others. Conference admission is $10 per adult. Don't miss this unique Oklahoma event that has been educating and entertaining visitors for nearly a decade.

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  • Facility Amenities: Pets Allowed

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Projected Attendance: 5,000

Festival admission - Free

Conference admission - $10

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Honobia is located just south of Talihina. The Bigfoot Festival & Conference grounds are at the junction of Indian Trail Hwy & Hwy 144 inside the Kiamichi Mountain Mission Campgrounds, "Christ's 40 Acres."

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Jolly Winsor




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From booker on 10/01/16

whoever put the directions to the get-together ,needs to find a different job .there was no signs ,no road like you said ,around honubia ,i drove 240 miles for nuthing


From TravelOK.com Staff on 02/03/16

For vendor information, use the phone numbers or email address button at the top of this page to get in touch with the event coordinators. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Richard on 02/02/16

Are there any vendor spots open?


From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/01/15

Paul, yes! Pets are allowed at the Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference as long as they are kept on a leash at all times. If you have any other questions, please call the event coordinator at 918-755-4549. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Paul on 10/01/15

My son and I will driving down from OKC. Is it ok to bring our two Rat Terriers?


From Rick on 09/30/15

Yes The Roads to the Conference are Paved and often traveled by Motorcyclist!


From Dyann on 09/30/15

Is the location and getting to the festival motorcycle friendly


From owner on 09/26/15

Jason Collier, there is a fee of $10.00 per person, for 18 and older, per day to attend the conference.


From jason collier on 09/25/15

Is there a fee to attend the conference to listen to the guest speakers?


From owner on 09/17/15

Bruce, you can call me at 918-755-4549 or you can try me on our cell, 228-233-5052. You can also email me at jollysafety@gmail.com and I can send you a camping application.


From bruce gooding on 09/17/15

I have foned 3 different people and still have not found out how to make reservations to camp in a camping trailer--Last person said to talk to a lady named Jolly-can someone please give me her fone number so I can call her--I remember her from last year.


From owner on 05/27/15

Gwen, please contact me at jollysafety@gmail.com or you can call me at 918-755-4549 about food vendor information. Thank you, Jolly Winsor


From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/21/15

For vendor information, use the phone number or email address button at the top of this page to get in touch with the event coordinators. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Gwen on 05/21/15

Do you still need food vendors?


From owner on 09/14/14

Thank you Jana. We are working on getting a printer friendly flier and info page onto the website that is still under construction. Next year we will be completely up and running. This year is our first effort at reestablishing the Honobia Bigfoot Festival and Bigfoot Conference. I will forward your information to our committee president. I'll get your phone number from your website: http://www.saltcreeklodge.com/ Thank you for contacting us!


From Jana on 09/11/14

Do you have a flyer/schedule of events that we can post for our guests? We have openings at Salt Creek Lodge in Idabel if you have anyone looking for lodging instead of camping! We also have our Finding Bigfoot cabin open for that weekend. It is in the woods and signed by Matt Moneymaker when they were here in January.


From Farlan Huff on 08/22/14

Thank you for the well wishes. For the most part the Honobia Festival & Sasquatch Conference committee members are the same faces as always. We feel like this year's Honobia Festival will be a great one with lots of family fun and scientific information for the serious Bigfooters and the curious alike! We look forward to seeing everyone at the Kiamichi Mountains Mission Campgrounds in Honobia, Oklahoma!


From Darryl Williams on 08/19/14

We helped with this festival from 08 thru 2011, until it was cancelled in 2012, then continued then moved on down the road and continued to have a Big Foot at Ludlow, 5 miles East. Hope the best for the new people with the attempt to re-establish.


From Leflore County Paranormal Society on 08/16/14

We attended the Bigfoot Conference Festival in 2013. The Founder and lead investigator gave a short tutorial on paranormal activity and Cryptozoology, which is one of the areas that we study. He and Bill Bennett, a friend and colleague of Mr. Keeton's, camped overnight and enjoyed the festivities and the campfire. They found out that this area of the Quachita National Forest and in particular, the Honobia area is a great resource for legend and Bigfoot exploration. They had a great time and enjoyed talkng to the peoplethat attended. We hope to return in October 2014. For more information and resources concerning Leflore County Paranormal Society, pls look us up on Facebook where our contact information is also available. Keep Squatchin!!


From TERESA BLACK on 08/15/14

This is a beautiful area of deep woods and mountains. I hope to attend the Bigfoot fest for the 1st time. I enjoy just driving through these tall woods. THere is not much population. But some people live in beautiful homes, some in small cabins. If BIgfoot is around, he'd be right at home far from the modern world. Deer on the roads, rivers, mountain trails, road runners-- lovely area.


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