Have questions about Bigfoot Adventure Weekends events? Below are answers to the most frequesntly asked questions.If the answer to your question is not listed below feel free to send us an email HERE.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What if I can't make it after I bought a ticket?
    A: If you are unable to attend, we will provide a full refund up to the cutoff date listed. Refunds will not be issued after the cutoff date.
  • Q: Will there be tickets availible at the event?
    A: No, advanced tickets are required. BAW usually sells out a few months before the event, if not sooner. Sometimes tickets become available closer to the event, email us using the contact form HERE to be added to the wait list.
  • Q: What if the weather is bad?
    A: Rain or shine we carry on with our weekend just as any researcher would do. Keep this in mind when packing for the weekend, we encourage you to check updated forecasts for the area prior to heading to BAW.
  • Q: What can I expect during the weekend?
    A: Expect to have a great time while doing something not too many others have done, searching for Bigfoot. We are here to have fun, and teach you how to get out on your own and conduct research in your local area.
  • Q: Can I bring my kids?
    A: Yes, though some events are age restrictive, Bigfoot Adventure Weekends is open to kids 10 years and older. Check the event details for restrictions.
  • Q: What should I bring?
    A: Click HERE to download the checklist of recommended items to bring.
  • Q: Can I bring my own research equipment?
    A: Everyone who owns any type of research equipment is encouraged to bring those along with them to become familiar with how to use them in the field.
  • Q: Can I bring my pet(s)?
    A: Due to liability concerns, no pets or animals of any kind are permitted at BAW.
  • Q: Can I bring my gun or other weapon(s)?
    A: No guns or other weapons are permitted at BAW. Knives and machetes used for camping/hiking are permitted but are not to be used for personal protection or against wildlife and other persons. Mace and pepper spray are approved methods of personal protection from threatening wildlife.
  • Q: If I come to one of your events can you guarantee I'll see a Bigfoot?
    A: Unfortuantly, we can not guarantee you'll see a Bigfoot or have an encounter. However, between our experienced field guides and hand selected research areas the chances of having an encounter are much better. Each year we ussually have at least one team who has a sighting or encounter.

BAW events may involve high elevation, physical exertion, hiking steep inclines, walking through areas with standing water, loose dirt or gravel, traversing difficult terrain with low visibility, coming in contact with various wildlife and other potentially dangerous situations and with it the potential for death, serious injury, and property loss. You may be required to sign a liability release wavier and an audio/video/still photo release upon arrival at the event. No weapons permitted.