Disappearing cities, incorrect borders, mistaken detour instructions. Google Maps is a great resource when it's accurate -- and a major source of confusion when it's not
For the last three years, a technical glitch in Google Maps has led tourists looking for the entrance to Round Valley State Park in New Jersey to the driveway of resident Laurie Gneiding. Gneiding tells ABC News that the number of tourists visiting their house grew from a handful to far too many this summer.
Gneiding, who purchased an 8-foot-long traffic barricade and signs, says even that hasn't stopped tourists from pulling into her driveway. During the July 4th holiday this year, she made a sign on a sheet of plywood saying, "NOT Park Entrance ... Private Driveway ... Google Maps is Wrong!"