LuLu Miller snapped this from a bike trip in Bryce Canyon

LuLu states:  ”A DEFINITE member of the Rock People brigade.

His message seems that he is a bit of a grump, warning us of what could be lost…”

Elan Valiquett found this rock person winking at her while on a hike in Colorado.

Art in Abundance Gallery in Grand Marais, MI has its very own Rock Mascot!

Jo Kladzyk loves & collects rocks. This rock sits on the counter in her “Art in Abundance” Gallery in Grand Marais, Mi.

This masked bandit was found on North Topsail Beach


John Kent of Richmond, VA found this guy on a Michigan beach in the Leelanau Peninsula. This rock person reminds us that small steps can make a big difference in preserving the environment. Live Gently.


MA Powers of Richmond, VA writes:  “While traveling this summer in California and Nevada, my family kept their eyes open for Rock People.  The old expression “You never have to look further than your own backyard” rings true!  We discovered this Ghost Rock in my brother’s yard during a landscaping project.  We found a special place for him.”


Brian found this warrior faced Rock Person while walking the beach on Drummond Island. This Rock Person is ready to protect the Earth!

Rock Person found in Blue Ridge Mountains

My brother and I discovered this Rock Person while hiking Crabree Falls off the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia.

Introducing “SCREAM” found in Northern Michigan

Mary Kirby of Ann Arbor, MI found this frightfully looking rock person in Northern Michigan years ago. Mary is happy to know he now has a home with other rock people friends on The Rock People website.

Michael Sal finds Berlin Wall rock person!

“I’ve been searching all over Europe for a rock person and I finally found one that is very convincing. A piece of the Berlin wall was displayed in the World Garden. If rock people are supposed to exhibit emotion, then this one is the optimal example.”