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LAWS RAILROAD MUSEUM & HISTORIC SITE: BISHOP, CA

The rich history of Owens Valley and the Eastern Sierra is preserved at this former railroad station & settlement outside of Bishop, CA.      

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INDIAN WELLS BREWING COMPANY: HIGHWAY 14

“The Biggest, Little Brewery in the World” produces over 20 styles of beer and 100 flavors of soda each year using pure artesian spring water from the historic Indian Wells Spring.        

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GUS’S REALLY GOOD FRESH JERKY: HIGHWAY 395

If you’ve ever taken a road trip to Death Valley or California’s Eastern Sierra, you’ve probably driven by this former gas station hawking dried meat treats along Highway 395 in Olancha CA.          

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SANTA BARBARA AUTOCAMP

Autocamp Santa Barbara

Vintage meets modern at this urban Airstream lodging experience tucked inside an old roadside trailer park that’s been operating continuously since 1922.    

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NORCAL NUGGETS

These little NorCal nuggets may not be worthy of their own individual posts but that doesn’t make them any less special.        

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REDWOOD ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

Kitschy roadside attractions amongst the tallest trees on earth.              

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LUCKY MOJO CURIO COMPANY/WORLD’S SMALLEST CHURCH

The Lucky Mojo Curio Company is a hidden occult emporium in Forestville, CA. It’s a roadside attraction/occult superstore that is jammed packed with interesting things to see, including “The World’s Smallest Church”.        

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SKY VILLAGE SWAP MEET

Located where the former Sky Drive-in Theater once stood in Yucca Valley, this funky desert treasure is a dense shanty-like town of booths and stands packed with curios, desert junk, overgrown cactus gardens, crazy artistic displays and a folk art […]

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WELCOME TO BEDROCK

You’ll have a gay old time exploring this run down roadside attraction next to the Grand Canyon in Williams, AZ.      

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THE RUINS OF TWO GUNS

Located beside historic Canyon Diablo and built over an Indian mass grave, this Route 66 roadside attraction was cursed from the start. Trading Posts, gas stations, restaurants, a campground and even a zoo all failed to break the curse of […]

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