Fallon attractions

State Park in Fallon

Sand Mountain Recreation Area

About 25 miles southeast of Fallon off Hwy 50 you'll come across Sand Mountain, a 600ft-tall sand dune that 'sings,' occasionally producing a low-pitched boom. Hope to hear it on hot dry evenings when the dunes are …
Museum in Fallon

Churchill County Museum & Archives

Besides the usual pioneer relics, this museum and local county archives also displays an interesting replica of a Paiute hut and sponsors twice-monthly guided tours ($1) of Hidden Cave. The cave is near Grimes Point…
Park in Fallon

Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge

A bird-watcher's delight, northeast of Fallon off Stillwater Rd (NV Hwy 166), Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge is a haven for over 280 species of birds, at their most active in mid-May. Free primitive campsites a…
State Park in Fallon

Walker Lake State Recreation Area

North of the town of Hawthorne, Hwy 95 traces the shrinking shoreline of this popular picnicking, swimming, boating and fishing spot.
Archaeological Site in Fallon

Grimes Point Archaeological Area

About 10 miles east of Fallon, you can walk a ¾-mile trail past rock carvings (petroglyphs) dating as far back as 9000 years. Need more archaeological significance? Loop back to the pre-historic Hidden Cave, via a s…