We Bet You Didn't Know This Small Town In Southern California Was Home To The World's Biggest Dinosaur Sculptures
By Natasha Kayes|Published December 19, 2022
I was born and raised in sunny Southern California and will never tire of the West Coast, although I spent several years living in Southeast Asia, about as far from California as you can get. Wherever I am in the world, I love straying from the beaten path, experiencing local life, and discovering hidden gems - camera in hand. The beach is my happy place and when I am not there (or writing), you will usually find me baking, watching movies, and cuddling my pugs. I have traveled around the country and around the world, and it never, ever gets old. Being able to combine my passion for travel and my love of writing is nothing short of a dream.
The desert town of Cabazon in Riverside County has become quite a tourist destination and is known for its open-air premium outlet shopping center and casino resort. But it has also become known for a quirky, yet impressive, roadside attraction. You may even have heard about the dinosaur sculptures in Southern California, but did you know that they hold the world record for being the biggest of their kind?
The world record-holding Cabazon Dinosaurs definitely make an impression and are worth a stop if you happen to be in the area. Have you seen these dinosaur sculptures in Southern California for yourself? We would love to hear your thoughts. Find details about this fun roadside attraction on the Cabazon Dinosaurs website and Facebook page.
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