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You Saved Confusion Hill!

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 Please help this historic roadside-attraction survive this plague.

Carol Campbell is the owner of Confusion Hill, a small roadside attraction in Northern California that has been entertaining curious travelers and children with their "World-Famous" Gravity House, Mountain Train Ride and Gift Shop of Wonders since 1949.
With a handful of long time employees, Carol has run and owned Confusion Hill now for almost 21 years.

Confusion Hill depends on visitors to survive and with the current situation, it will be highly doubtful they will be able to open the train ride season and snack bar in May, which really saves them after the slow, rainy winter. 
With no idea when they will be able to re-open, all they can do is stay closed and lose money like so many others.

As the entrance fee to the Gravity House is only $5, I am reaching out to you to with the humble suggestion to donate just that small amount. 
If  folks can donate $5 each, we can reach this goal together and help preserve one of the few, last unique roadside attractions in California. On a very-very slow day, Confusion Hill can make as little as $100. 
I made the goal $9,000 to cover the loss of 3 months at this low daily amount. This is truly just enough to help them get by during this hard time. 
Carol will use this money raised for good use, repairs and paying employees.
She is an honest and wonderful woman.

If you are a fan of the cartoon Gravity Falls,  you know Confusion Hill was one of the main inspirations for the show.
As Huell Howser said " I am completely disoriented" during his visit. 

Confusion Hill has a marker as a California Point of Historical Interest and also a historical plaque for the pioneer school teacher, Minnie Stoddard Lilley, placed there by the Ancient & Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus.
On the Mountain Train Ride there is also an impressive outdoor logging museum to show visitors a glimpse into the past of this area.

Help save California history with preserving this old-time amusement stop for the generations to come.
Everyone needs to feel the strange power of a slanty-shack Gravity House and to take a ride on the switchback rails with Tony the Train Guy!

Thank you for your support and stay safe.
Kai Wada Roath
Ambassador of Confusion Hill and friend of Carol Campbell for 20 yrs


  • Michael Holt
    • $10 
    • 4 yrs
  • Sarah Boyce
    • $5 
    • 4 yrs
  • Anonymous
    • $10 
    • 4 yrs
  • Anonymous
    • $5 
    • 4 yrs
  • Anonymous
    • $25 
    • 4 yrs

Organizer and beneficiary

Kai Wada Roath
Leggett, CA
Carol Campbell

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