World’s Biggest Egg awaits in Winlock, Washington

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Do you enjoy eggs for breakfast? Do you really, really enjoy eggs? Then point your RV toward Winlock, Wash., where you can visit, up close and personal, the world’s largest egg. It’s on a pedestal way above your head, so you can only look.

You can probably figure this out by yourself, but I will tell you anyway: the egg is fake. It’s made of concrete and weighs a bundle — about 1,200 pounds, which means don’t stand beneath it in case the once-every-100-year earthquake shakes things up.

Until the 1950s, Winlock was America’s second largest egg-laying town next to Mentone, Indiana, which today has a big egg of its own and claims it’s the biggest one in the world. Who knows? But our vote is for the Winlock egg for the simple reason that how the heck could there ever be a bigger egg?

To see this impressively large orb, exit Interstate 5 at exit 63 (in the south part of the state) and drive just a few minutes west to Winlock. You can’t miss the egg. It’s “Extra Large!”

And if you happen to be in the area the third week in June, then lucky you! You are just in time to attend the famous Winlock Egg Festival!

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signman
13 years ago

I’ll remember NOT to stand under that egg. I always have an odd liking for things odd and extreme.

I also make hand routed signs, many of which go to campers. If you like to socialize a bit while camping, and want a sign at your site, go to http://www.happybeaversigns.com
I think you’ll find a nice selection there.

Paul Alton
13 years ago

If you are into big egss you can also check out the giant Easter egg at Vegreville, Alberta, Canada

http://www.vegreville.com has this to say about the egg:
“Worlds Largest Ukrainian Pysanka

Built in 1974, this one of a kind attraction has been dedicated as a tribute to the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The many colors and symbols represent harmony, vitality and culture.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegreville,_Alberta

Has information about the town and a picture of the egg.