Disguised As Farmhouses, This Abandoned World War II Radar Station Is A Unique Destination In Northern California

Things aren’t always what they appear to be. While exploring the majestic Klamath coastline, for instance, these old structures may simply appear to be long-abandoned farmhouses. However, these bizarre cinderblock structures are actually remnants from an old World War II radar station. Whether you come for the coastal scenery or a dose of World War history, a visit to this unique destination doesn’t disappoint.

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Address: Coastal Dr, Klamath, CA 95548, USA