“long forgotten campground.”
Open from the 1960s to the 1980s, this campground has changed hands throughout the years from owners like Indian Souvenirs, a small zoo, the Apache Death Cave, a shell Gas station, and finally a campground. Now it sits empty and decaying, a shadow of its former self.
I originally ran into this place during a routine traffic stop on I-40. Thanks for my souvenir Mr. Officer! It was back in 2010, just before Christmas, and the gas station and campground are only the tip of the iceberg for exploration around here. None the less, the 'artwork' was very cool, but found myself intruding on a resident squatting in the camp store.
Wanted to go in, but there was signs of squatters in the gas station and we did not want to get ourselves in a bad situation. Awesome little place back there right off the highway! Definitely worth the stop, and if you want to, definitely explore. No private property
Favourite place on rt 66! Each time I go back it is in worse and worse condition! As of a month ago I was able to climb (via a makeshift ladder) into the attic for a unique experience ;)
Neat photo spot! @twistedcupboard
Very cool and eery experience (:
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Abandoned Two Guns KOA Campground Store
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