This ghost town is a short drive from the interstate. We found 4 old buildings still standing plus some petroglyphs. It was a nice break and a good chance to let the kids run around.
Clean rooms, staff was very friendly, and breakfast had a lot of fresh items.
Nice little hideaway in the middle of the city. Rent a canoe or kayak from Enatai beach and row over tot he quiet waterway in the Slough. We saw turtles, herons, ducks, toads and fish jumping. This was a peaceful canoe ride for my family. It was about a 2 hour event from renting the canoe, rowing and getting back on our way.
See it from the road. I liked learning the history of these strange mounds along the road. I wouldn't make a special trip to see them though.
Just look as you drive by. There isn't any reason to stop or to go out of your way to see this.
This is right next to the mall. It has a fountain outside that's neat to watch. The water is timed to music lights at night are neat to see.
Make sure to go to the visitor's center first. The caves are neat, but a little scary with young kids. We had a 3yr old, 5y, 6yr and 11yr. They can disappear easily in the cave darkness, so we had to be really cautious.
Short drive from the interstate. It's a good spot to stretch your legs and use the public restrooms. The teapot is only open on Saturdays. There is also a neat fallen firefighter memorial in the same parking lot.