15 Ghost Towns on Route 66 You Want To Visit

Arlington (Missouri)

population: 20

The gruesome Trail of Tears (1831-1838) passed through Arlington, which later became an oasis for tourism with Stony Dell Resort’s resort.

Between Halltown and Carthage (Missouri)

Paris Springs Junction






Texola (oklahoma)

population: less than 10

Magnolia Service Station It was founded in 1901. Many of its residents were from Texas and Oklahoma, so its name came from a mix between Texas and Oklahoma.

Conway (texas)

Conway is practically another ghost town where you can still see some remnants of what was the life on Route 66 in its golden years.

Madrid, NM

The town of Madrid was officially founded in 1869. But it was inhabited by Native Americans and Spaniards many years before this date. Madrid became a ghost town from 1953 to 1973 but was recovered, and most of the buildings have been restored, such as the Old Catholic Church, the Coal Mine, and most of the storefronts.

Two Guns (Arizona)

Bellemont (Arizona)

Hackberry (Arizona)

Don't miss the General Store

Amboy (california)

Once it even had an airport!

The Ghost Town of Silver Fever

Calico (California)

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