Fallon

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Fallon and Churchill County are mostly agricultural areas. Although the area is arid, approximately 50,000 acres (200 km2) of its pastureland are irrigated with water from the Truckee–Carson Irrigation District. The principal crop grown here is alfalfa for livestock feed. The “Heart O’ Gold” cantaloupes of Churchill County were once distributed across the U.S.A., but these are now grown mostly for consumption in Nevada.

Whether it’s arts, activities, food, history or natural beauty, “The Oasis of Nevada” has something for everybody.

Home to a variety of family-friendly events held throughout the year, Fallon attracts people of all ages from around the world. Let one of these events become a tradition for your family.

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Small Town. Big Smiles. Fallon.

Whether it’s arts, activities, food, history or natural beauty, “The Oasis of Nevada” has something for everybody.
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A Destination Thousands
of Years in the Making.

From ancient tribesmen who etched symbols into rocks to modern families looking for fun, Fallon has been drawing people for thousands of years. Come see why.
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Fallon is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, nestled between wetlands swarming with birds and mountains teeming with wildlife. If it can be done outside, chances are it can be done here. Just ask the birders, hunters, fishermen, boaters, off-roaders and explorers who consider Fallon their favorite recreation destination.
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Just as Fallon is framed by a rich selection of beauty and life, we strive to capture equally vibrant art and culture in our antique shops, art galleries and theaters.

Catering to casual visitors and history buffs alike, Fallon has many stories to tell since its journey from ancient hunting ground to strategic post during the building of the American west.

Fallon is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, nestled between wetlands swarming with birds and mountains teeming with wildlife. If it can be done outside, chances are it can be done here. Just ask the birders, hunters, fishermen, boaters, off-roaders and explorers who consider Fallon their favorite recreation destination.

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Courtesy S. Ward – Inside Lehman Caves