The Price Sculpture Forest was established by the Price Family as a non-profit, in consultation with an array of talented artists.
The Price Family originally planned to build their house on this 10.1-acre property, but settled elsewhere in Coupeville. They then placed a permanent Conservation Easement on the property protecting it from subdivision, development and clear-cutting, and protecting this forest for generations to come.
Set aside 1-hour to visit
Set aside an hour to stroll along a 0.6 mile forested trail at the Price Sculpture Forest, to see over 20 unique sculptures. Some of the sculptures are immediately visible on the forest floor, and others are installed high up in the tree canopy.
Upper & Lower Loop trails
The trail at the Price Sculpture Forest is divided into an upper loop (“Natured Nurtured”) and lower loop (“Whimsy Way”). The upper loop trail is flat and wide, and best for visitors looking for an easier walk. It connects with the lower loop trail that is more strenuous, and winds downhill with an 100-foot drop in elevation, before heading back uphill.
Vertebrae by Sarah Fetterman
Lichen Series: Spore Patterns by Jenni Ward.
Attacking Eagle by Greg Neal.
Pegasus by Elizabeth Berrien.
Nature's Keystone by Anthony Heinz May
Sunrise/Sunset by Ivan Neaigus.
Life Tree by Andrew Woodard
Cloud Herron by Elizabeth Berrien.
Tyrannosaurus Rex by Joe Treat
Heading Upstream by Pat McVay
Flying Fish by Daniella Rubinovitz.
Perfect for Families
The Price Sculpture Forest is perfect for families with kids, who can run ahead to find the next sculpture on the trail, and guess what it represents. Each sculpture also has QR codes that can be scanned, to learn more about the sculpture and artist.
Visitor info for Price Sculpture Forest
- Entrance: free.
- Hours: check times.
- Dogs & bikes: not allowed.
- Parking lot: yes.
- Portable restroom: yes.