The Rocky Taconite Fan Club
Rocky Taconite stands 12-feet tall on the corner of Outer Drive and Adams Blvd in Silver Bay, Minn. To many, Rocky Taconite is a favorite North Shore attraction and one they have many fond memories of. If you are one of those people who makes sure to take a quick stop into Silver Bay in order to get a selfie with the bulbous statue, then the Rocky Taconite Fan Club may be just for you!
Join the Club
Here at the Fan Club, we encourage fans to share photos and stories of their time with Rocky. Whether it be the statue in Silver Bay, or, perhaps, with your personal bobblehead version of Rocky. We hear the bobbleheads love to travel!
Right now there are no perks to the Rocky Taconite Fan Club. Other than hearing more about Rocky Taconite. And bragging rights. This is just a fun way to share your thoughts and stories about Silver Bay’s iconic statue. Perhaps someday we will expand the fan club to include some awesome Rocky Taconite goodies! Stay tuned.
To join the club just fill out the form below. Scroll down to see what others are saying about Rocky Taconite. Note: this is a new club… there might not be much there yet!
Referred to as a “strange little rock man” by Ruth Koepke, a member of the Bay Area historical society, Rocky has been delighting visitors with his adorable self since the 1960s.
The Rocky Taconite Fans!
Poor Rocky Taconite has no official fan club members… yet! Do you want to be the first? You should. Rocky is awesome! Fill out the form above and we will add you and your story to this section. And look, you can include photos, too!
Is the first spot already taken? Don’t worry! Being Rocky Taconite’s #2 fan is also really awesome! So, this should be you. Fill out the form above to join the club. You can include your Rocky selfies or travelling Rocky Bobblehead photos!
I mean, I’m sure Rocky has more than 3 fans. He has to, he’s awesome! So when the third story gets submitted, that will take this awesome Fan #3 spot. Talk about bragging rights!
Don’t forget to submit your selfies!
Listen to the Statues of the North Shore podcast episode featuring Rocky Taconite: