There’s nothing creepier than a cemetery next to a clown motel.
You’ll have a gay old time exploring this run down roadside attraction next to the Grand Canyon in Williams, AZ.
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 Devil Canyon.
I had a lot of good times with Hobo Joe while traveling across the country as a kid, so when I found out there’s a giant version of him in Buckeye, AZ, I knew a reunion was in order.
Take a trip down memory lane with these roadside attractions and other interesting places along Arizona’s highways.
Santa used to call this Christmas themed roadside attraction in the Arizona desert his home.
Driving on Interstate 10 between El Paso, Texas, and Phoenix, there are 247 billboards advertising a mysterious roadside attraction known as The Thing.
Greeting travelers on their way to see a giant meteor crater in the Arizona desert since 1938, this Route 66 roadside attraction now sits abandoned after shutting its doors in 2012.
A birthday cruise along the Louisiana Bayou.
Southern beer company + folk art + roadside attraction + my birthday = the best place ever.
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