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To this day this firm has a rating of 4.3 stars out of 5 and the score has been calculated on 541 reviews.
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This Park is classified in the category of Amusement park.
Food was pretty whatever but its nice to eat some simple food and just enjoy the forest. Nice gift shop with varied items. For a single or small family too the attractions are nice priced.
Fun. Interesting. Same as others, like The Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz, CA. Always leaves you with an intellectual debate on what the causes could be. Or motion sickness...which is odd, because you are not in a car, boat, plane, or amusement ride.
The train ride is work every dollar The train driver was amazing had us laughing the whole ride the lady at the snack bar was super nice and friendly the lady behind the counter seemed stands offish at first but she is a sweet heart and super funny there gravity house was really cool if it was your first time it kids if you sit they and try to over analyze it becomes less fun there is an investigation of chipalopes they are all over the place they are adorable it is work the stop even if it is it off the way
My son got a kick out of the house!
I dream about this place. Ever since I went for the first time two years ago I've been coming up with schemes and plans to go back down and visit. If you're driving down the 101 and are in search of some mysteries, stop in and take a look around... you just might find some.
Definitely a one of a kind place!! Kids had fun spent about 2 hrs pulling in to pulling out. As well as sitting a just letting the kids play.
Amazing and beautiful place
Had lots of fun while there. Nice gift shops too.
We passed this place up and thought we should check it out . After all not sure the next time we'll be by this way. So we took the train ride and the conductor was pretty good at keeping us entertain and what's been going on around here. My kid's really liked that the water seams to run up hill in one part of the property. Overall my kid's like it and that is pretty good to entertain my kid's.
My grandkids loved this place .
Many things to do there. Was fun for a few hours. Train ride was the best
Really exciting place. Nice owners, very friendly.
Friendly staff cute place with historical facts about location. Didn't make on rides next time.
Completely A roadside Attraction tourist trap, but loved it! Go Gravity Falls!
Awesome place to stop by when driving through the redwoods. Nice three carving, gift shop and rest area. Train ride was cancelled for rain and season but I will go back to check it out during summer.
Kids and I enjoyed a quick stop at this funky little place! People were super nice running the joint. @supportlocal
Very cool! My son is a Gravity Falls fan. He was excited. We had a blast in the gravity house.
Sad train not run that day
Gravity Falls lives. Check it out. Truly.
Full of fun.
Loved it and loved seeing the cipher statue again. It's a peice of gravity falls history
Didn't see much
This place is awesome, the Gravity House is the best Vortex yet!!! This is a must see attraction.
It was TRIPPY dudes! Gave me a headache at the end from the whack gravity 8/10 would probably go again
Ahhh this place was so fun, so many interesting things to see, great family stop! They have Humboldt county honey too, and the woman running the place was awesome! Thanks for the laughs! :D
Santa Cruz Mystery Spot's lesser known cousin. Charming little detour on the way to the Avenue of the Giants. Kids will love it.
Cool little place , nice for a rest stop , definitely old fashioned
Lots of old fashioned fun.
Was very nice place, train ride was fun. Anyone that has trouble with stairs don't ride the train. I asked how many stairs to the train, was told 12. There was 40 steps. My mom's legs started giving out at 35 steps. We rode train and got back to vehicle. I told the lady that said 12 steps that there were 40 steps. She said ' oh I know, thought you could make it. Really.... My mom had had 2 strokes and is 78. Honestly give correct info, if my mom would have fallen. I would have punched that lady, all she wanted was the $20 for 2 tickets. My son contacted the owner as we are still on our vacation. The owner was very apologetic, and said she would talk to her employee. She said there was a sign posted. If you visit this place, you will see numerous signs. The fact remains, I asked the employee, she should have been honest. The place is really neat, the train engineer was very informative. You should stop.
This place was so much fun. Its self guided so take your time and enjoy the mystery.
Absolutely fun! My lil ones has such an amazing time. It was a great spot for a quick snack and entertainment.
Chipalope! Get you one.
A great tourist trap, especially if you are a fan of Gravity Falls! This is the original inspiration for the Mystery Shack and they have a book inside where you can sign your name along with other fans!
Stoped for some icecream Pretty cool place
Had a lot of fun walking through the hill, the person running the store had great stories and was very friendly!
Great roadside attraction. Enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding area while exploring this curious phenomenon at the end of the Pacific Coast Highway. Sure to be a fun and interesting time for everyone in the family.
Seemed a little dirty could use a uplift
Good scenic place, replica of Mystery spot. If you have already seen that then you may skip. Or if you want to come for a train ride then it's good place too.
Great rest stop, especially for families. After a long drive it's the perfect place to get out and stretch your legs... and your brain :) They have some really neat wood carvings, a few mind-bending attractions, a little playground, and a gift shop. It isn't really somewhere you could spend a whole day, but definitely worth a stop if you're passing through.
Always a blast to stop here with the kids. The mystery house is now self touring which is fun. They have a train ride that comes reccomended. Simply stopping to stretch the legs is also a good experience with lots of places to snack and adventure within 50 yards of the parking lot. Stop by!
Strage looking, old, run down attraction. People are very friendly and sweet
Nothing like a Blackberry milkshake after a beautiful drive among the redwoods. Also they store has some nice stuff and they give you no grief for using the restrooms.
It wasn't the best train ride the driver was trying soo hard to be funny that he was just wird
We stopped for the little mini mart and gift store not the actual confusion hill attraction. Cute stop.
so fun. nice stop to stretch legs and enjoy the redwoods. I would definitely stop by the gravity house. It really reminded me of Gravity Falls and helped inspire the show I understand. Worth a visit.
$5 per adult for the gravity house so not that expensive for the experience, bit it is only two rooms with less lighting and hard to take good photos bc there is less space/angles for photos and not much for variety.
Friendly people. Interesting site to see.
Quirkey and fun, great for the kids too
Fun , very weird... I totally felt the gravity difference
Ghetto tourist trap
Love this place
Recommended! Fun place
Fun I'm adult but I love it
Place to enjoy with the kids
If you are anywhere near this place... GO AND RIDE THE TRAIN! It was amazing.
It's ok, it's what they based the show gravity falls off of
It's a very small cabin looking place, but the experience was awesome! It's weird how you feel as soon as you start climbing the small hill towards the cabin. You feel lightheaded, and sometimes a little bit confused because you can't explain what's happening. Your body can move and you don't feel as heavy as you normally do. It was a great experience!!
Fun place with lots of things to see. Not to expensive & a good way to get out the car & stretch your legs
Fun, but short.
Fun & interesting more for kids
Stopped by for a quick stop and took the train ride. The conductor was quite entertaining.
Affordable, really neat place to visit. I love the feeling of being out in the middle of nowhere and stumbling across this place.
Very cool place in the Redwiod forest in North part of California coast.
Friendly people. Wonderful oddities in the gift shop! Great egg bread thing at the snack bar!
Which way is up?... figure it out for yourself...or get more confused than ever.
Fun place is a trap but is fun for little kids. Also a nice place to get out and walk around safely
Fun little stop, had some fun photo shoot areas for the kids and the gift shop was well stocked. The yard was awesome surrounded by redwood trees the size of cars.
I love this place the memorabilia the gravity weirdness and the train ride its all fun
Definitely fun. And confusing.
Great place to bring the kids. Shop staff were so friendly and nice. Lot of cute stuff.
John was a really great guy to talk to. My son (6) loved this place, but it made me dizzy. Definitely worth the stop!
My best friend and I stopped here during our road trip down the coast. Don't regret it at all. The staff are super friendly and the attractions were simple, but very memorable.
Wow great place to hang out for a few hours, So many cool things to experience. Only 5 bucks per person to get in, and 10 bucks to ride the train up the hill is worth you time and money. The train was built in 1955 and is still going! Dont forget to go into the gravity house. I will be posting a video on YouTube, Confusion Hill 2019.
So much fun as a roadside stop. A definitely must see!
Fun stop along the 101. Came for the Bill Cipher statue. Stay weird and remember, Reality is an illusion, the universe is a hologram, buy gold byee.
Fun quick stop
It was fun for the kid. Wish I did not have to hear the personal conversation of the cashier on her cell phone. Wish she would not smoke at the enterance of the store. The attraction itself was kinda of fun though. My son had a great time.
Can't explain it. ..but it's legit. ..lol...a fun, short adventure off of the avenue of the giants. .. a small price to pay to try out these fun allusions? ?? If you are prone to virtago, do not go. You will get sick! My mom didn't go and we were glad they warned us because you will feel something. .. fun!
Family fun, an American roadside attraction that lives on.
Very fun for the family! Cute gift shop. Funny attractions and experiments! There's a snack stand too. You can also ride the train, but you must be prepared to squeeze in if you're an adult. Confusion Hill is not handicap friendly, but there is a nice picnic area to enjoy while waiting. We had so much fun here!
Interesting place to stop and kill time
I had heard of this place years before. And I think its hayday was years before. The price was very cheap at only 5$ a person. So that was a definite perk. But to see everything at the confusion house portion only took about 10 minutes. It was mostly optical illusion. The building was kinda on the more run down side, it could have been better for sure. But it also could been worse. For the younger kids it would probably be a cool little 20 minute detour. But for the older kids and adults. It may be a little underwhelming.
Fun place to stop and visit. Bring a picnic lunch or there is a snack shack. Plenty of parking and picnic tables. People are really friendly.
Fun to spend with friends, esp if youre a fan of gravity falls
So much fun
Great place for kids.
If you're traveling through this area this place is worth a stop. The confusion hill is entertaining and fun. I love all the optical illusions and tricks that it has. It's worth the $5.00.
Short little jaunt through the rooms but twistedly fun.
Walking through the Gravity House Definitely made us confused.
train ride was amazing and very educational
We used to come to this place when we were kids now I had to bring my family since I'm an adult. Parking is good, the guy working there was nice. I can see where some people think this was a rinky-dink outfit but we enjoy it. Don't forget to go across the street to the tomb. Ask the employee if you don't know what I'm talking about. the only thing that would make this any better is if they were dog friendly. The ice cream was good. It's well worth the side trip.
Fun Classic tourist trap in Redwood country
Cool backstory the guy gave on the train ride, very cool experience. Super trippy in the gravity house highly recommend going in there!
Such a unique experience for all three of my children and us adults alike! The front desk clerk was very polite and knowledgeable about the location. Encouraging us to take photos and video. Glad we made this quick stop. For our first time in the Redwoods it definitely helped us create some lasting memories.
Made a quick pitt stop on our way home from trinida not much to see.but the kids enjoyed it
If you have never been to the CA Redwoods, you owe it to yourself and your family to come up this summer. And don't forget to stop at Confusion Hill. It's the best place for ice creams and souvenirs. We love it.
If you expected anything other than a seedy knock off of the Mystery Spot, you'd be way off. Used the experience to reach my kids what a "tourist trap"is. Even with all that said there's very little charm to off set the grime, crude graffiti and overall grossness. Gift shop is worth more of a visit than the Hill.
Cute stop off...
Fun stop along Highway 1
Lady there was nice, a dog on property was barkingalot, granted where me and my dogs parked on the left side near the Panda bear sculpture was where the dog was hanging out. Did not go through the tour but will in the future, my dogs just had anxiety so I would have been rushed.
Cute roadside stop to stretch the legs and maybe get a souvenir
It is a good stop to make specialy when the trian is in season . All the people who run and work for this place a friendly. During the summer is the best time to vist .
Cheesy, yet delightful. Several things to see including wood carvings, a gift shop and a small structure you need to pay $5/ person to go through. Glad we stopped.
Fun but a bit run down. It does require patience to see some of the effects. It does require some dexterity to navigate.
Support local business
Pretty lame but kids like it
Fun place to go with a family. A lot like Oregon Vortex.
Interesting optical illussions....but NOT worth $5. a person....
This is a must do stop! So very cool to see the mysteries of the world first hand.
Not your usual "tourist trap"! They are friendly and kind here, don't pressure you, and have some very cool souvenirs to boot!!!
I'm not sure how anyone over the age of 5 could find this entertaining. All these positive reviews make me feel like I must be missing something, but I went with a group of four, and all of us felt like it was a huge rip off. The signs are barely coherent and feel like they were written by someone who doesn't speak English. Half the "illusions" are missing pieces. The place is falling apart, and none of it is convincing or interesting. It's a classic tourist trap.
Nice little place to stop for a snack
This place is a trip. I mean mind blowing fun. We took my daughter and her friend here. They absolutely just loved it!!!! The gravity house will boggle your mind. There is a golf ball test were you throw it down hill and it rolls right back up. I am sure they could update some things here and there. But you might risk the nostalgia of the place. Food smelt good, didnt get to try it. We just ate at the peg house up the road.
Its cheesy af but so much fun with friends or family
Fun attraction! It is only $5 and it has some great photo opportunities. We really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone. It is a great activity for children.
On the drive back home I saw trees leaning.
I am blessed to be CURRENTLY working the snack bar at CONFUSION HILL! Althogh my position here is over at the end of September my memories will last forever. Meeting people from all over the world is so exciting and getting to satisfy those visitors with HOTT EATS & SWEET TREATS is the greatest job EVER!!!
Funny old man running the tour. Interesting story. My boyfriend and I think it's probably a vortex. Cute store with neat items. Great food at the concession stand. With even better shakes, smoothies and floats. Plan on spending $30/ person and about half a day to take in all the attractions and a snack.
I could write great words about this place all day! The experience is one of a kind! The train ride is so fascinating and informative! The best part is the service we received from the staff there. All 3 were amazing to my whole family and I! I definitely recommend! Fast, friendly, and affordable fun for the entire family!
Visiting from Chicago and decided I wanted to take my kids to a cool place I stopped at as a child growing up in the area. It had been at least 30 years since I had been there and it was even more Amazing than I remembered. I absolutely loved the train ride and the gentleman in the first picture did an excellent job explaining so many cool things about the beautiful redwoods and life working in the area in the past. My kids really got a kick out of the gravity house too but if you are in the area I highly recommend the train ride.
Fun place for kids
I had an amazing time! I suggest watching the Disney cartoon "Gravity Falls" first, it enhances the experience. I highly recommend going in costume, the employees will get it! 5/5 would go again!
It's said it opens at 9am... i was there at 9.30 it was still closed
Cheap thrills. It's a real tripp
Spring 1973, boys 4 & 2. Had been passing it up on several trips. Sign 800' to C. H. 25' Discoverer MH pulling 72 Datsun. At that time, very small area for parking. Just enough to stop my rig in. As I came around the curve, the leaves, bark, dirt etc was flying UPWARDS. The tree base they have with the dates of it's life had just fallen into the only spot that I could have parked. Later found out that a tour bus had just left. It took out part of the bldg, and large propane tank. The strong gas smell caused me to floor board it out. Was going So. and stopped at the TREE HOUSE to call emergency but it had also took out phone and power lines for the area. Went on finishing USA to England and Europe . Came back to C Hill in 1977. New owners did not have the crash date correct. Told the attendant the story. Came back in the 80's Same guy!!! He said the owners did not want to change the date, since it was the end of the Viet. War. The only negative part was they had sold and harvested the GIANTS on the upper parts. I guess it included a lot of surrounding forest.
For those who watched that cartoon on Disney channel called "Gravity Falls", this is the place where the show was based on. From the villain (cyrus?) To the gift shop, to the forest background, this place is Gravity Falls. The complete cast of the show has a pic right in front of the store, as well as their signatures. The kids went in the mystery house, which they had fun in. There's also the shoe house - makes for a nice photo op. A fun stop if you're travelling on the 101 freeway.
Wonderful time with our grandkids ages 10 and 12. Never have I experienced anything quite like it. Highly recommend the stop.
Our best family memories were made here. Stop here and ride the train, you'll love it!!! Easily the funnest part of our Redwood vacation. These folks are super friendly, hilarious, and full of character to put it mildy. Tony the Train Guy is the best!!!
Although it's really just an optical illusion, it affected me pretty significantly. I started feeling dizzy just walking up to the gravity house, nevermind once I got in. Had some fun exhibits. Of course there will be those hard critics out there who can't be impressed by anything, but I thought it was pretty fun and was a nice stop from the long drive we were on.
Friendly staff and a fun place to visit.
I was actually driving late one night and pulled over here to rest. Went here as s kid and I want to go back This place is pretty cool
Cute place. Lots of neat items. Old school wooden toys. Artsy items. Cool exhibit in the back.
Kitschy tourist trappy place. Still fun. Reminds my girls of Santa Cruz Mystery Spot.
For a couple on the road this place didn't have much for us but would be a great stop for the kids. Definitely some difficulty turning south out of there in an RV as there are some fast people coming the other way so be careful
Definitely a tourist trap, but it was good for them that's exactly what I was expecting. I mostly stopped because it reminded me of a show my daughter watches and I thought she'd enjoy the pictures. To walk through the Mystery House only costs $5. This would have been a much better visit with company, as some of the attractions need at least 2 people to really work.
Dire hunger and poor experiences in Garberville drove us to this Mystery Spot equivalent. Chicken strips were actually quite excellent. Fries as expected, wife's chicken sandwich 'eh...the Confusion shack was disorienting as expected for a large scale optical illusion, the wait for the train was too long but obviously the thing to do here...sadly we had to pass. Keep in mind this is really one of the last spots to stop prior to Willits or Ukiah on southbound 101...
Pricey but just a tourist attraction.
Employees were kind. the tricks were all optical illusions- this would be fun with small children I was expecting paranormal activity but in the end I felt gipped for my 5 dollars.
This place was neat as a mystery spot but a short trip. I expected more of the experiments to be led, and some of them were missing parts so it wasnt as cool as i was hoping it would be for the kiddos.
Kids loved it
Awesome place to go
This super campy place was a fun stop! We had a great time in the gravity house. The food here is decent, but overpriced because of the location. I'm glad we visited.
Magnetic concentration área. You can buy magnets for Kids.
Very strange place.
I'll just say the train derailed while I was on it and I wasnt even mad. Had a great time and would go again.
cute stop. we had fun. The part where the gravity makes you learn is a trip. makes you a bit dizzy if you're in too long. It's a quick stop. We were there about a half hour. The snack shop was closed. Boo. We were hungry, and there isn't anything around. Some of the little things are kinda lame. Like the height thing, where one side you're tall, on the other, short. But it didn't happen. We even took photos. No difference. lol Still a fun little stop. We've been twice now. Second time, we took my parents. In and out in a half hour. Cute gift shop.
Small but great place to stop and stretch your legs. The gravity house was super fun for my nephews :)
Fun tourist trap for the whole family!
This place is a really good place to learn a lot, and have fun. There is a mystery room that you HAVE to visit at the Confusion hill
It has a train ride, and other cool stuff. Old time fun.
Cute roadside attraction. My wife and I stopped for about 15 minutes. It was a nice break in the middle of a long drive.
Pretty cool little site to walk around. Half of the "exhibits" though are missing the things you need to try them. No metal scraps or balls in some locations.
Super funky and awesome, even if your a local it's a must see. The train ride is epic as well.