Yucca, Arizona: Golf Ball House

Private residence shaped like a huge golf ball, in the desert along the interstate.
Alamo Rd, Yucca, AZ
I-40 exit 25 (Alamo Rd). Southeast of the exit, easily visible from the interstate.
Private property. Visible from interstate.
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Saucers. Golf Ball House

I was worried that the Golf Ball House would be hard to find, as I couldn't easily spot it on Google Maps. But it's right there, very viewable from I-40 at exit 25.

[Mary Cancilla, 07/15/2014]
Golf Ball House. Golf Ball House

While you can't actually go in the house, it's fun to look at from the outside. There is an alien themed assortment of oddities in the parking lot and a small convenience store.

Sitting in the middle of nowhere and visible from a distance on the highway, this is an easy and fun stop off I-40.

[sequoyah, 04/23/2011]
Golf Ball House

Originally called the "Dine-o-sphere"... Recently renamed "Area 66" with an alien-themed decor. Owners said it is being renovated for public use in the next few months.

[Amber, 06/09/2010]
Golf Ball House as seen from the interstate. Golf Ball House

The Golf Ball House has been set up with a store on the grounds. Didn't stop, but saw it four times on a recent trip. Read it was once part of a real estate deal -- explains weird shapes man has made to the grounds (east of the Golf Ball on I-40) near it.

[Regina Turney, 10/07/2009]
Dinosphere. Golf Ball House

This odd structure looks like a cross between a giant golf ball and a spaceship, It has three levels and measures 40 feet in diameter. Lake Havasu Estates built it in 1976 as a restaurant and cocktail lounge for a land developer. The company went bankrupt, however, and the sphere now serves as a private home. The owner has added aliens walking up the ramp and space ships. It's not open to the public.

[Linda, 05/31/2005]

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