Travel just over three miles to reach the next installation, “Deer Crossing.” Constructed in 2002 just outside of Gladstone, travelers enjoy seeing a 75-foot-tall buck and 50-foot-tall doe, constructed from oil well tanks, hopping over an enormous fence.
A metal arch acts as a marker to draw attention to this small and desolate block of brick, but as you draw closer, a photograph of the bank in its heyday shows visitors just how important this insignificant vault truly was nearly a century ago.
Head about 15 miles south to reach the newest installation, “Fisherman’s Dream,” which depicts a group of large fish leaping through the air in an effort to catch a giant dragonfly.
At 51-feet-tall, this roadside stop is meant to pay homage to the inventor of the United States National Park System.
The Enchanted Highway is not known for its amenities, so be sure to fill up on gas and food before your journey.