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HoJo Ghosts-Page
Highlighting what became of various HoJo's Restaurants
HoJo Ghost:
This HoJo is was located at historic Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Photo courtesy of:
June Lang
(Used with Permission)
Prints available by e-mailing:
jlth42@aol.com
HoJo Ghost:
Another HoJo that has since become
a "ghost," but having recently
been sold and converted.
It's located on the Concord Pike in
Delaware.

Photos courtesy Rush Wickes.
Used with permission.
HoJo Ghost:
Kansas City.
It's located at what is called in
Kansas City "The Split", where I-29 goes to
Omaha and I-35 goes to Des Moines.
The restaurant has had many incarnations,
and the Hotel has been a Ramada,
a Travelodge, a Parks Lodge and is currently
a Super Inn.

Courtesy of "dpm1d2."
Used with permission.
HoJo Ghost:
Colorado Springs, Colorado
It is located at the Garden of the God's exit on I-25 in Colorado Springs Colorado.  It has a former Hojo Restaurant next door, but they have changed it to the point that it is no longer recognizable as a HoJo. They went so far as to flatten the roof.  The hotel is now a Day's Inn.

Photo Courtesy Terry Birley.
Used with permission.
HoJo Ghost:
Charleston, SC .
This "mutant" HoJo Ghost was spotted in Charleston, SC on U.S. Highway 52.

Photo Courtesy Terry Birley.
Used with permission.
HoJo Ghost:
Hampden, Colorado

The former HoJo Restaurant was located at I-25 and Hampden, Denver, CO.  Before closing, this restaurant had been transformed into a Ground Round.  It was a Ground Round in 1994.   After the Ground Round closed, it became a generic family restaurant.  However, in the generic state, it resurrected the "All You Can Eat Clam
Dinner" on Wednesday nights.
The signage, including the billboard next to the restaurant, looked exactly like the Clam Dinner pictures used by HoJo!  This generic restaurant finally closed around 2000 after about two years of operation.  There is also an old HoJo Motor Inn next door that is closed.
Unfortunately, the check-in HoJo building has been demolished.  It was a very dumpy looking Days Inn during it's final days.

Photo Courtesy Terry Birley.
Used with permission.
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