The picturesque Fallon Golf Course winds along the banks of the scenic Carson River and is generously dotted with clumps of towering cottonwood and willow trees. Ranked the number one nine-hole course in northern Nevada by Straightball Magazine, Fallon Golf Course has all the elements for a fantastic round of golf–excellent layout, beautiful setting and friendly atmosphere. Measuring a playable 3,100 yards, the par-36 course thoughtfully incorporates the Carson River and other water features into several exciting holes.
Home to the legendary Middlegate Monster Burger, be sure to swing by the historic Middlegate Station on your next trek on the Loneliest Highway in America! Situated in between Fallon and Austin, this quirky pit stop has more than just heaping burgers.
Since 1968, the overwhelming generosity of Churchill County residents has steadily contributed to the exhibits and displays that comprise the Churchill County Museum – a collection that fills nearly 14,000 square feet.
Historic mail route follows U.S. Highway 50, designated "The Loneliest Road in America" by Life Magazine.
Lahontan Reservoir, with 69 miles of shoreline, covers 12,000 surface acres when full and features fishing, boating, and waterskiing, as well as camping, picnicking, boat launches, restrooms with showers, and RV dump stations. Horseback riding and wildlife viewing are best in the spring. Canoeing from Fort Churchill to the lake makes for a great day trip when conditions allow. Lahontan is located on the Carson River, 18 miles west of Fallon and 45 miles east of Carson City via U.S. 50. The park is open year-round and can be accessed from several entrances off of U.S.