A hole in the wall means a place that's small and ordinary. The US roadside attractions we've gathered here are anything but that. They're about history or culture, cooking, aliens, whales or beer cans — and sometimes, they're just for fun. Don't miss them on your next road trip. They're worth a stop and a camera snap.
Open seven days a week, Hole N’ The Rock is a roadside attraction in Utah about 15 miles south of Moab. Cowboys once camped in the Hole, which was a natural cave. About a hundred years later, the Albert Christensen family decided to carve an actual home into the sandstone cliff. At 5,000 square feet, it took 20 years to complete and now includes a kitchen, bedrooms, a living area, a dining room, a 65-foot chimney, a deep bathtub and some of the family's original furnishings and paintings. Slow down as you drive by this roadside attraction or park in the free lot. For a better look, pop into the Hole and its general store, souvenir shop, trading post and petting zoo. An admission fee includes a 12-minute guided tour and a separate fee covers the petting zoo. Hiking up to the Hole takes about 10 minutes.
Hole N' The Rock is located at 11037 S. Highway 191, Monticello, Utah.