Greetings everyone! I am back with an awesome video at a very unique abandoned campground. The theme of this campground/concert hall was basically western stuff such as cowboys, cacti, saloons, and other various things. Very cool place to explore for sure. Enjoy the video!
You guys do not have a clue what you are talking about. The building down front, that you went in first, was a store and business offices, not the activity hall. The place you called the concert venue was actually The Red Garter, a restaurant/bar. The concert venue was an outdoor theater down by the Chuck Wagon.the so called daycare was the activity hall. the only thing you did get right was the pool,but you could not mess that up!!!
Yah, the swimming pool shape is cool and all but... At the same time a swimming pool where you cannot dive is heh :/
As for the concert hall, it's a shame to see it all trashed like that, I may not hold specially dear the famous artists who premiered there but it's still a significant place of Musical art History going to waste. The upstairs area acted sorta like the artist's green room, I guess.
Oh we've been there lol. I actually have a video of the place, but it's about a year old, and not up to my standard quality wise. I heard they watch that place like a hawk nowadays so I'm kind of hesitant to go back. but I absolutely would love to. who knows we might
+Curacao Life [Urban Explorations]
Yes curacao I found a few. Not too many pictures I could find tho
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