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Red Oak II, Carthage

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  • Visited on many different occasions for field trips. Beautiful scenery. Contacted my photographer and brought my 3 year old son here to have photos done, they turned out excellent! Great place to visi...  more »
  • This is a quaint little recreated town originally created by original owner and artist Lowell Davis. Restored building line the streets, and people do actually live here including Lowell. Well worth 3...  more »
  • What a surprise when we visited this "ghost town" by chance! It is a reconstruction of a typical village of 50-60 years. Not missing any details! Local artist Lowell Davis, decided to recreate how was the population at the time, as his people was when he was a child. It's a totally free visit (and at the exit will leave). Please do not go without doing it, deserves it more!
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  • It's a neat stop for pictures and has a lot of old-style homes set up. According to a local we had talked to, some of the homes were lived in but supposedly all were open to be viewed. There were some buildings that were obviously lived in, but we did not feel comfortable attempting to look inside. Just taking a walk around we got plenty of pictures of exteriors and art.
  • The most heartwarming place. My family and I go every time we visit Missouri.
  • Great little place for pictures. Don't forget to donate to help keep it alive. Donation box on the NE side of the vehicle bridge.
  • Great place do do family photos.
  • Beautiful little-known town.