ASH SPRINGS

After hiking, riding your ATV or birding throughout the region, you might find you need a place for an invigorating splash. The warm spring of Ash Springs is just such a spot, and the groves of large trees make it a great place to unwind.

Just 100 miles north of Las Vegas on Highway 93, Ash Springs is also home to Mecca, a popular bouldering and climbing spot that also features ancient petroglyphs.

 

 

Lodging

Motels

Alamo Inn
367 US-93
Alamo, NV
775.725.3371

A Cowboy’s Dream
95 Hand Me Down Rd.
Alamo, NV
775.475.4800
cowboysdream.com

Little Ale’inn
9631 Old Mill Rd.
Alamo, NV
775.729.2515

Meadow Lane Motel
US Highway 93, Windmill Circle
Alamo, NV
775.725.3686
wind-mill-ridge.com

Sunset View Inn
1144 S Hwy 93
Alamo, NV
775.725.3283

 

Food

Restaurants

Alamo Diner
115 Broadway St.
Alamo, NV
775.725.3503

Chester’s Chicken
1 Broadway St.
Alamo, NV
775.725.3341

Windmill Ridge Restaurant
US Highway 93,
Windmill Circle
Alamo, NV
775.725.3685
wind-mill-ridge.com

Stores

Great Basin Foods
1 Broadway St.
Alamo, NV
775.725.3341

“R” Place
6799 South U.S. Hwy. 93
Alamo, NV
775.725.3545

 

What to see

Ash Springs is a desert oasis, part of a series of natural springs in the area, which sits in the middle of the beautiful high desert landscape of the Pahranagat Valley. A series of natural hot spring ponds shaded by several large trees, Ash Springs is an ideal place for a soak, and provides a welcome oasis in the isolated desert. Although there are several springs in the area, their outflow makes a small creek with several small pools. These pools are ideal for bathing, with relatively sandy bottoms and varied sizes and depths— always big enough to soak in.