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“Scam!”

Reviewed January 3, 2014

Wow - this is $6 to drive through a dead tree held up by cables so it doesn't fall over. The opening is made by chainsawing. What a scam. Save your money.

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Reviewed January 3, 2014

It's a neat place, cool to do once in a lifetime but pretty expensive considering it's only worth about 2 1/2 minutes of entertainment.

Thank JeayPay
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Remember to look up inside the tree, especially if you have a sunroof. Take lots of photos and enjoy. There's a nice winery right next door too.

Thank Lloyd W
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Reviewed September 17, 2013

We hopped off of 101 and onto the 'Avenue of Giants' here at Myers Flat with this being our first stop. We did it just to say we had driven through a tree. It was 6$ which my husband thought was a bit much to pay to drive through a tree but I didn't mind, it was a unique experience. It is a privately maintained site so they have to make their money somehow and they do have a little picnic area with some stuff for kids to play around in so if you are traveling with family it may be a nice, quaint little stop.

1  Thank MysticN
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Reviewed August 15, 2013

A fun thing to do when in the area although a bit stressful when I put my large Nissan Armada SUV through the tree. The guy at the front said a Ford Expedition can go through but hmmm, it was so close the tires squeaked as I drove through. Great pics though!!

There was some other stuff to look at but looked a bit sketchy, the tree is the highlight.

1  Thank Ron H
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