The Grant’s Pass Caveman In Oregon Just Might Be The Strangest Roadside Attraction Yet

Oregon’s roadside attractions are all as quirky and wonderful as you’d expect. From a huge, red candle on the side of the highway in Scappoose, to the 31-foot-tall Paul Bunyan in Portland, you’ll find dozens of head-turning oddities all over the Beaver State.

There’s a large fiberglass caveman standing in front of the Grants Pass Visitor Bureau between Morgan Lane and Vine Street in Grants Pass, and if you don’t know the story behind his existence, you might think it’s pretty strange. Turns out, there’s a charming story behind the caveman culture here.

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Have you seen the caveman in Grants Pass?

If you’d like to explore other roadside attractions in Oregon, check out these eight bizarre roadside attractions that are fascinatingly weird. 

Address: Grants Pass, OR, USA