Category: Roadside Attractions

The ultimate list of Roadside Attractions

Cadilac ranch

As a road trip travel blogger I have come across some fascinating roadside attractions. I thought it would be fun to put together a collaborative article on the best roadside attractions from around the world. To do this, I have enlisted the help of my fellow travel blogger friends to...

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The ultimate list of roadside attractions (11-20)

The Silver Slipper is one of the many roadside attractions in Nevada

This ultimate list of roadside attractions continues to Page 2 (11-20). Click here to start from the beginning. The Silver Slipper in Las Vegas, Nevada [caption id="attachment_50711" align="alignnone" width="785"] Photo and contribution by Suzanne Jones from The Travel Bunny travel blog[/caption] Along Las Vegas Boulevard roadside you'll discover some iconic Vegas...

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The ultimate list of roadside attractions (21-30)

This ultimate list of roadside attractions continues here on page three (list: #21 - #30). Click here to go to the beginning of this list. Lunar Lander roadside attraction in Westonia, Mississippi [caption id="attachment_44211" align="alignnone" width="785"] Photo and contribution by Mike of MikesRoadTrip.com[/caption] A Lunar Lander trainer from the Apollo...

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The ultimate list of roadside attractions (31-40)

The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Denmark

This ultimate list of roadside attractions continues here on page 4 (list: 31-40). Click here to start from the beginning. Roadside Attractions in Texas include Prada Marfa [caption id="attachment_50690" align="alignnone" width="785"] Photo and contribution by: Erin Mushaway with Sol Salute[/caption] If you find yourself in West Texas, Prada Marfa is worth...

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Church Rock an Arizona Roadside Attraction

Church Rock in Arizona by MikesRoadTrip.com

Along highway 160 in northeast Arizona, on the Navajo Nation, the landscape is quite dynamic—rapidly changing  from sandstone red rocks to a swath of odd mounds known as the Painted Desert. It's along this route about about 30 miles southeast of Monument Valley that the landscape turns flat. Then, out...

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Vegas Roadside Attraction: Seven Magic Mountains

Seven Magic Mountains

Seven Magic Mountains is an interesting and colorful roadside attraction located about 20 miles south of the Las Vegas strip. Experienced hikers will likely make the connection between stone cairns and Seven Magic Mountains, which is basically a series of gargantuan markers leading travelers from Las Vegas toward Los Angeles....

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Scenic Roads: Joshua Trees Parkway in Arizona

In the 1980s, Joshua Trees became immortalized after the release of the U2 album by the same name. The image of the band in the California desert with a lone Joshua Tree in the background made the yucca specious illustrious with fans, many of whom roamed the California countryside in...

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Rare photos of the Hassayampa River

The Hassayampa River runs south from Prescott, Arizona toward Wickenburg, eventually emptying into the Gila River. That is, when there is water flowing, which is a very rare sight. For most of its 100-mile course through the desert, the Hassayampa River flows only underground. Unless of course there is a...

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Strangest road trip sights

As many road trip miles as I have driven, I continuously see things that make me do a double take, often beckoning me to turn around and grab a photo. While thumbing through some old photos, I decided to make a folder of my strangest road trip sights.  Here are...

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