11. Homowack Lanes
The rattling of pins at the end of the lanes has been replaced with silence, and the once freshly waxed floors are covered under a thick layer of dust. The area surrounding Homowack Lanes was once filled with bustling tourists, but now it sits uninterrupted on most days. This bowling alley is just the first stop in an area with plenty of abandoned places to explore. It’s always interesting when a tourist town comes to an end, because usually people don’t care what happens to the remains. Oh well, more opportunities to explore for the rest of us!
10. Parksville Drug Store
Meth: Not even once. Obviously those aren’t the drugs that were once sold here, but this place is looking pretty rough these days. The most notable feature of the building is the retro sign which is slowly rusting away above the door and windows, but a lot of locals still hold memories of the place. Unfortunately today the building could use a solid power wash and a remodel. While you can’t get in, this is one of those spots that seems to be a page right out of a history book. You have to admire architecture from this time period in America.