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A view of history

A one-lane unpaved road takes you to this bit of preserved history. We viewed from the road. I... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2018
Dallas, Texas
A Bit of WWII History

When you are visiting the Klamath River area, take the coastal drive (motor homes and trailers... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2018
Fremont, California
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7 Oct 2018
“A view of history”
23 Sep 2018
“A Bit of WWII History”
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Reviewed 7 October 2018

A one-lane unpaved road takes you to this bit of preserved history. We viewed from the road. I never knew that Japanese subs had attacked our mainland.

Thank deekerlew1
Reviewed 23 September 2018 via mobile

When you are visiting the Klamath River area, take the coastal drive (motor homes and trailers prohibited) to view what looks to be a set of farm structures that were really a radar facility for early warning during WWII. You can pull off the road...More

Thank glennm921
Reviewed 18 June 2018

If you don't have someone from the military with you, you really don't understand what you're looking at. Nice scenery around the station though.

Thank pamela2340
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Off the beaten path, and not well-marked, is the WWII radar station that was disguised as a farmhouse and barn. There is only a small turnout and a historical marker to be seen from the road. But a short (2-minute) hike down a gravel trail...More

Thank Kate E
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Wonderful that this historic place has been preserved. Would have been even more interesting if acces to builfdings and some equipment had been on display.

2  Thank 269jacob
Reviewed 20 February 2017

It is a little off the beaten path, but a perfect place for military history buffs. It is down a hill from the road so it is not good for those with mobility issues, definitely not ADA compliant. It has great photo ops considering the...More

3  Thank dbwbear
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Never new that these were placed along the coast until we were here, exploring the coastal drive. Very nice but needs a little more info

1  Thank William B
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Looks liek a farm stashed on the side of the hill. I have never walked down to it on the trail but always stop to show it to travelers.

Thank rainbonita
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

We followed the advice from the visitors center and stopped and walked down to see these WW II radar sites. It was nice to see a part of history.

2  Thank MeryMeCo
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Radar station built after attack on Pearl Harbor to monitor coastal activity, disguised as a farmhouse to avoid detection from sea or air. There is a small dirt path leading down hill to the radar station where you can walk around the building.

5  Thank Patricia S
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