There are several Bigfoot hotspots in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin state tourism web site
posted an article about sighting hotspots.
See article "Wisconsin Bigfoot
BFRO expedition organizers bring participants to areas where
they will have encounters with Bigfoots at night. The odds of
success depend on their selection of locations, among other
things. Selecting the best locations depends upon
sighting/encounter information -- the more, the better -- so the
BFRO selects organizers who have the most information in a given
state, and who have experience organizing trips there.
Wisconsin BFRO Investigator Bob Barhite has been with the BFRO since 2012.
He will take a group to a hot spot which
receives little attention but has decades of sightings: The "Driftless Area" of
Barhite has investigated and posted several reports from this
area, and he has organized expeditions in other states.
This Driftless Area is directly comparable to Ohio's "unglaciated
plateau" in the eastern part of the state where most of the sightings etc.
occur. It's a large hilly zone that wasn't flattened down by
glaciers during the last Ice Age. The terrain variation allows for more
flora and fauna, and thus more food for Bigfoots.
This lack of glaciation resulted in deep river valleys, high bluffs,
extensive cases, blind valleys, trout streams, and countless sinkholes.
Wildlife like deer and turkey roam this area in great abundance.
Barhite has a very good location selected where he expects encounters
To participate in the 2020 Wisconsin BFRO expedition, see the BFRO Expeditions
The cast of a Bigfoot track from Wisconsin's amazing "Driftless Area."