Two Guns, Arizona: Two Guns - Route 66 Attractions In Ruins
Cryptic archaeological remains of a themed tourist attraction -- or two. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
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Two guns is alive. With history, mystery and still beauty. I was very enthralled with this site and spent much time. There are several areas with large ruins standing. I went over the concrete bridge with no trepidation. There is easy access if you weave around but I do have a jeep. I also explored on foot, climbing spiral stairs to an open window with a view. The wood slats down to the cave do not look safe or passable though. The building marked KOA is abandoned as everything else. I've seen many ruins with much less, so these were impressive.[Roadgypsy, 10/26/2013]
Fences are pulled down, so makes for easy access. But beware -- lots of old rusty nails and glass! Booby traps! But definitely worth going off the beaten path.[Olivia C, 09/10/2013]
Looks like someone is building something new at the old gas station - looks like a KOA logo on the side. Mountain lion area is still easy to get to if you're careful in the car (lots of ruts) and the small building with two guns and the Route 66 logo is clear.[Paul, 06/03/2012]
This was mentioned in passing with Twin Arrows, AZ. Just off of Exit 230, on the abandoned stretch of old US 66, sits a puzzling arch that says Mountain Lions. Right near this is a shack that has the Route 66 sign and two guns painted on it. Behind the arch there are apparently building ruins that sit in various "islands" in the middle of this huge trench. There were some bridges stretching out to them, but we did not stick around long enough to investigate.[Jim Heverin, 07/05/2005]