Elmer's Bottle Tree Ranch

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  • Address: National Trails Hwy, Oro Grande, CA 92368, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Tags: Ranch, Family And Kids

Don’t forget to consider Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch a part of your road trip. Although it is a short stop, this colorful place offers some interesting views to the visitors. This place proves how waste can be used to design something creative and artistic. If you have a passion for creating something unique, you will get great ideas here. Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch is a forest of bottle trees. The place is completely free to enter, but if you loved the place, you can give some small donation to maintain the beauty and serenity of this place. Elmer, the creator of this tree ranch, himself loves to hang out here for long.

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  • Elmer's Bottle Tree Ranch Address: National Trails Hwy, Oro Grande, CA 92368, USA, United States
  • Elmer's Bottle Tree Ranch Timing: 24-hrs
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  • This is such a unique place! I had never heard of it until a friend posted on Facebook that the man who did all this amazing work had died so I put it on my bucket list and that day another friend took me to see it. The sun was close to setting so the light really reflected beautifully off all the bottles. Not only are the bottles beautiful but they have so many antique signs, sewing machines, typewriters, telephones Etc. It's a walk through history and I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it for people of all ages. It's free and there's parking alongside.

  • It is worth a visit once. There are trees made of various kinds of bottles. We stopped here on our way from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. I do not know if this is where people originally lived. However, there was a house and I felt that someone was managing this ranch.

  • This is one of those little spots where you can say.. "Yeah, I've been there".. Unfortunately, I was only able to peer inside because it's " Closed for Renovations" until Mid-August. Will definitely be going back to check it out.

  • Amazing and quirky art place. Every little detail is interesting. Bring lots of cold water, you wanna stay here for a while and explore this little gem thoroughly.

  • Nothing like in the world. Best to visit in the afternoon so the wind is blowing. Many sounds to he heard. Amazing. Thank you for this gift Elmer Long.

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