In the middle of nowhere in Utah, there is an upside-down penis statue.
In the middle of nowhere in Idaho, there is a mountain with numbers painted on it and deserted towns.
In the middle of nowhere in Montana, there is a water park. And it's for sale...
Introducing the the Big Timber Waterslide, a run-down old water park halfway between Billings and Bozeman, Montana.
So you have an idea of how out of the way it is, here is a map of Montana...
Big Timber is 100 miles away from any 'major' Montana town, and by 'major' keep in mind there are only 1 million people in the entire state. Big Timber has a population of 1,650, and the town has its own water park.
Heh, go figure.
I myself wouldn't go in one of those slides unless it gets some serious construction done first...
But hey, if you're looking for investment opportunities and want to specialize in the unique and obscure, this may just be the thing for you.
If you go to their website, there is a number to call for more info. If you purchase the park, give me a shout-out and I'll come visit on your grand opening.