Bear Statues (page 1)

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Giant Bear
Warrenton, VA
Giant Bear
Johnstown, NY
Giant Bear
Charlemont, MA
The five foot tall bear statues shown in this row and the one below were produced by International Fiberglass.

The Bear in Warrenton is located on the roof of Clark Brothers Gun Shop. [map]

The Bear in Johnstown stands on the roof of Bear Muffler. [second photo thanks DinerFan] [map]

The Bear in Charlemont is located at the Big Indian Gift Shop, now known as Native Views. [map]

Giant Bear [gone]
Brockton, MA
Giant Bear
Campbell, CA
The Bear in Brockton was installed on top of the sign for Happy Bear Brakes. By 2017, the business was known as BCF Auto Services & Sales and the bear was gone.

The Bear in Campbell is located at Campbell Automotive. The "Happy Bear" sign indicates that the shop uses Bear Manufacturing equipment. [map]

Giant Bear
Oakhurst, CA
This Bear is located in front of a Century 21 office. The statue is referred to as the Talking Bear. When a visitor pushes a button nearby, a recording about grizzly bears plays. It has been there since 1963. The voicebox was added later. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Bear
Fillmore, UT
Giant Bear
Kinston, VA
This Bear in Fillmore is located at a Chevron gas station. [map]

This Bear in Kinston is installed at the entrance to Neuseway Nature Park. [map]

Ashton, ID
Brown Bear Car Wash
Tacoma, WA
These Bears are installed in front of the Frostop Drive-in. The one on the left is the same design as those shown in the row above. [map]

The Brown Bear Car Wash chain has nearly 50 locations throughout Washington. I believe most, if not all of them, have a variety of bear statues. [map]

Giant Bear
Winter, WI
Giant Bear
Dubois, WY
The Bear in Winter stands in front of Red's Big Bear Lodge. [map]

This fiberglass Bear statue in Dubois is made from the same mold as the one in Winter. It is installed in front of the Black Bear Inn. [map]

Giant Bear
Hill City, MN
This Bear statue is located in the town park. It was produced by FAST is about nine feet tall. The statue was installed in 1985. [map]

Giant Bear
Vulcan, MI
This Giant Bear was created by John Radlovic in 2000. It is 17 feet tall and 28 feet long. [map]

Los Osos, CA
There are two of these cast concrete Bear statues in Los Osos at the entrances to the town. The translation of "Los Osos" is "The Bears." They were created by Paula Zima in 1992. The statues are lit at night and are dressed up for certain holidays. They are about three feet long. For more, see this website. [map]

Golden Bear
Stockton, CA
Golden Bear
Klamath, CA
The Golden Bear in Stockton is one of two statues installed in front of the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium. They have been there since the building was completed in 1925. [map]

This Golden Bear in Klamath is installed at the foot of the Klamath River Bridge. There are four of these cast-metal bears, two at each end of the bridge. They have been there since 1926. The statues were originally brown but have been painted gold since the late 1950s or early 1960s. The California Golden Bear is now extinct though it still appears on the state's flag. [map]

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