Reminiscent of the shrines found along the roadways in Italy, the Ferretti Shrine was built by Joseph Cavagnaro in 1884 for his neighbor, Guiseppe Ferretti, a pioneer in the Moccasin Creek area. The shrine built of rock still stands and the niche was intended to house a statue of St. Joseph. Statues have been replaced in the shrine from time to time when they have disappeared. The shrine is listed as both a County and State Historical Landmark.
Located within a mile of the intersection of Highways 120 and 49 at Moccasin, it can be reached by turning onto Moccasin Creek Road and following it to the culdesac terminous.