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Stop by and see some junk

We were on our way to the fish hatchery, and do some fishing happened to spot this large junk art... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2018
Oakley, California
off the beaten track . ..

this place is amazing . . . you can see it when you take cassel road between highway 89/44 and... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2018
Santa Rosa, California
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24 Jul 2018
“Stop by and see some junk”
31 Jan 2018
“off the beaten track . ..”
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22244 Cassel Rd, Cassel, CA 96016-9530
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Reviewed 24 July 2018

We were on our way to the fish hatchery, and do some fishing happened to spot this large junk art sculptures along the side of the road. Even though it's off the beaten track only five minutes off the main highway if you're in the...More

Thank I6724XRjohnc
Reviewed 31 January 2018

this place is amazing . . . you can see it when you take cassel road between highway 89/44 and highway 299 . . . also in the area is baum lake and a very interesting state fish hatchery . . . the sculptures have...More

1  Thank bmeadows4sports
Reviewed 3 May 2017

One of very few things to do in the area and only 5 minutes round trip from the main highway. So, it's worth a stop. Very inventive use of metal.

Thank sndovale
Reviewed 30 December 2016

This place is soooo cool,when I take people fishing at Baum Lake I make sure they see this Art,everyone is amazed at the sculptures I highly recommend it !!!

Thank DirtyStevieMartini
Reviewed 14 December 2016

It is a fun stop when you are near Burney Falls. It is free so that is nice. Kids love it. I would go back.

Thank Susan C
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Off the beaten path on the back roads in the country. When we first drove by you have to slowdown and pullover to check them out fun junk took imagination !

Thank DaveMCFarm
Reviewed 13 September 2016

so many different sculptures to check out and get pictures of and they are hugh...very colorful kids love it

Thank trena k
Reviewed 29 August 2016

You might think that you don't care...but relax, go a little out of your way, and just marvel and laugh. Why not! Is it junk? maybe. Is it Large? yes. Is it unworthy? no. GO!

Thank Suz S
Reviewed 17 July 2016

However, if you're going to the falls from Burney you can stretch your legs real fast. The pieces are actually quite clever and you deduce what was used to make them. It's a fun little stop.

Thank Atalanta8
Reviewed 10 June 2016

One of our hobbies is geo-caching, a worldwide game, where people either hide things and put the coordinates online, or in this case a virtual cache, where there is something interesting, and someone puts the GPS coordinates online. Staying at Burney Falls, this attraction was...More

Thank commishWisconsin
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