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Red Oak II, Carthage

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Timeless, Quiet. Unique. Out of the way and a preservation of country life that might otherwise fallen into disrepair. Say hello to the peacock and dogs. Just respect the property. Off the beaten path...  more »
  • We were very lucky to have met one of the residents who owns a building in Carthage where he keeps his vintage cars. He was introduced to us by a friend of ours from Carthage. We went to Red Oak II an...  more »
  • Interesting place, part of history. Take Mo130 or Mo 120 to Kafir rd. It feel like ghost town, but it is installation, where time is stopped.  more »
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  • Very interesting stop. It seems like a ghost town, but it's an art installation. You can go into the general store and see curios from the artist's life. The church apparently is an actual church that gets used as I saw patrons exiting when I was there. There are many friendly animals that roam the installation that act as tour guides.
  • 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.
  • A hidden jewel just off the path of historic route 66.... Bring your children and your parents!
  • 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 ATMOSPHERE AND SO HISTORICAL