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From Kramer's Junction at the corner of Highways 58 and 395, travel north 29 miles to Johannesburg, and then look for the sign for Randsburg, which is on the left side of the road. Take Joberg Road about a mile into town. Alternatively, it's possible to arrive over good pavement from the junction of Highway 58 and 14. Take 14 north about 20 miles to Redrock/Randsburg Road, then turn right and continue for about 8 miles until arriving in town. While traffic along highways 58 and 395 can be heavy at times, Hwy 14 and Redrock/Randsburg Road are delightfully desolate desert highways. In summer, make the car is in good repair though before starting off.
Written Feb 20, 2007
As you may already gather. The if there is any type of a fence it is there not for only to protect peoples property, IT IS THERE FOR YOUR SAFETY!!! If you really feel the need to take a look, you better ask first or you may find yourself trespassing and I am sure the locals really frown on it. So keep an eye your little ones and the big ones while browsing the town.
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Updated Sep 28, 2007
While browsing this wonderful area, I wanted to see if the Opera House Cafe was opened. Well, darn it wasn't, but as we head down the steps on the right that take you to the cafe we discovered this facade of a western town. So we all had some fun taking pictures of ourselves among the facade. The boys loved it!!
Used during their Randsburg Annual Old West Days, which is held in September sponsored by The Rand Desert Museum. They have lots of food, music, and family fun from 8:00AM to 4:00PM. So keep that in mind if you decide to head here for the first time or if you ever want to return to see it. We were doing the Lancaster Aerospace Walk of Fame that day or we would have gone here instead. Next Year!!!
Updated Oct 30, 2011