The Honobia Bigfoot Organization is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing scholarships to deserving students in towns surrounding the Honobia area. We raise money for these scholaships through donations and our annual festival/conference. Currently we are providing scholarships to Smithville, Battiest, Clayton, Talihina and Buffalo Valley.
Every year we hold a festival and conference in Honobia, Oklahoma that celebrates everything Bigfoot. It is completely filled with events and local talent. Some of the events at the Festival live entertainment, food vendors, craft vendors, Bigfoot story telling, games for children, and much more.
Honobia is located in a beautiful part of Southeast Oklahoma. We are in the heart of the Kiamichi Mountains which is known for its beautiful forests and crystal clear steams. Many of the people that live in this area have deep ancestral roots to the Choctaw Nation, and those traditions are still alive today.
Honobia, Oklahoma - Important Information
Bigfoot loves Honobia and the surrounding area because of its remoteness, so please come prepared! There are no ATM's, no gas stations (closest one is 18 miles away), no wifi & most cell phones won't have service!
The annual Bigfoot Festival and Conference will take place the first Friday and Saturday of October in Honobia, Oklahoma.
Whether you’re a serious Bigfoot scholar or a seeker of folklore, you’ll find fellow explorers at the Kiamichi Christian Mission, located at Highway 144 and Indian Trail Highway in the deep woods of tiny Honobia, OK.