Wackiest Roadside Attractions

We uncover some of the most amazing, not-to-be missed roadside attractions in the US -- from California to NYC, and everywhere in between. Pull over and take a gander at these fun works of art.

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One small-town wonder: A little wrangler in College Station, TX. 960 1280

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Exterior of the Depot Café, a popular local diner in Frisco, TX. 960 1280

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The water tower is a well-known landmark in Frisco, TX. 960 1280

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Mary Mathis has been serving her famous snow cones in Frisco, TX, for more than 25 years. Her snow cones are a summertime tradition. 960 1280

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The snow cone lady’s shack in Frisco, TX, serves more than 50 varieties of snow cones. 960 1280

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A windmill in Frisco, TX, where temperatures reach more than 106 degrees. 960 1280

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A replica of the ring worn by graduates of Texas A&M. 960 1280

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Colonel, the horse, watches the sunset in College Statiom, TX. 960 1280

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The Best of the Road RV tackles the Watkins Glen International racetrack in Watkins Glen, New York. 960 1280

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Best of the Road co-hosts Gary Hurt and Amanda Pflugrad dance to a mariachi band in the Santa Fe Plaza, a National Historic Landmark. 960 1280

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An all-female mariachi band performs at the historic Santa Fe Plaza. 960 1280

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Santa Fe’s Railyard District is now home to a vibrant arts and food scene, which features a Southwestern-flavored farmer’s market on the weekends. 960 1280

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A railcar at the historic Railyard District in Santa Fe. The Santa Fe Southern Railway offers scenic High Desert trips in their vintage cars. 960 1280

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A local farmer sautés fresh snap peas for shoppers to sample. 960 1280

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The Santa Fe Farmer’s market is a great place to find a budget breakfast or lunch on Saturday. 960 1280

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Fresh sage burros for sale at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market. 960 1280

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Bert and Best of the Road co-host Amanda Pflugrad, joke with the check won by team Two for the Road for their work as judges of the America’s Most Beautiful Towns category. 960 1280

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The Best of the Road teams and staff celebrate with Bert on a yacht in Seattle. 960 1280

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