An exceptional roadside renaissance, aesthetic pleasures and various intrigues, thoroughly recommended
It’s not too touristy and kind of inconspicuous. You might have a minute trying to find it. But, it’s super cool in general. You can tho in because it’s privately owned. But the sign gives a lot of context. It was worth driving by especially if you like Bonnie and Clyde!
It’s a cool place for a photo op. It’s a little out of the way at the end of a gravel road but it’s easy to get to off the interstate.
It’s not much more than a cool slab. But, it’s worth stopping to get a break and a nice photo.
There’s not really too much of an explanation (no plaque with information) and it looks like the old monument is right beside it. It has no explanations, either, and it’s covered in graffiti.
But, overall, it’s not too bad a place to stop.
The museum was a great stop! For $5 you can walk around and go into 4 museum areas. There’s also a mock town as well that you can walk through. It took about two hours to see everything. I recommend it if you’re looking for a nice stop that’s not too crowded.
The photo ooo with the Route 66 sign is worth it alone. It’s huge! I think a billboard said it’s the biggest in the world.
It’s a cute camp site and a very nice area. They have a little beach and plenty of Pinochet areas. Camping is $15 a night. From what I can tell, it’s first come first serve all year round. You pay via envelope.
The only down side is that their showers don’t work. Clean bathrooms, though!
I recommend if you need a place to stay the night.
It’s pretty easy to find and much bigger than it looks! However, there’s no real explanation about why or how the fork exists and the building it’s located outside of is entirely unmarked.
It’s worth a stop, though!
This campground is super clean and scenic. It was only $10 a night and all the camping spots were great.
Beware of the location, though. It’s a little back in the mountains (easily drivable). However, the entrance can be hard to find in the dark. If you cross a bridge and come onto a gravel road, you’ve gone too far. There’s a place to turn around, though, so don’t worry. The entrance is directly before the bridge!