Gascozark Service Station & Café: Historic Route 66

Gascozark Service Station & Café: Historic Route 66

Gascozark Service Station & Café was constructed in the early 1930’s by Frank Allison Jones, the founder and proprietor of Gascozark Hills Resort. The service station and café is abandoned today, and is often photographed by Route 66 travelers. The resort that Mr. Jones built is still in operation as Gasconade Hills Resort and is a popular destination for float and camping trips, as well as Mother Road enthusiasts. To learn more about the life of Frank A. Jones please read the 2007 Old Settlers Gazette article about his life which can be found here: http://www.oldstagecoachstop.org/webgeezer/Gazette07/Gascozark.pdf

To get your turn by turn directions of Route 66 call 877-858-8687 or visit http://www.PulaskiCountyUSA.com

For more information, or to book your stay or float at Gasconade Hills Resort visit http://www.gasconadehills.com

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