Discount Hotels in Alamo, Nevada
An unincorporated town in the Lincoln County, Nevada and situated along the U.S. Route 93, Alamo was founded in the year 1901 and was named after the Spanish word for the “Poplar” tree which is in abundance in the area. Lying in the Pahranagat Valley and home to the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge, Alamo is known as a town of ranchers. Alamo is a famous tourist spot for travelers from Las Vegas as it is home to several warm springs, the famous Extraterrestrial Highway, the nearby Area 51 and a wildlife refuge. Alamo has several diners and restaurants for travelers and is a great place for those wishing to venture into the world of the extraterrestrial.