Welcome to Alien Country. We can neither confirm nor deny the rumors of alien spacecraft, top secret technology, or little green dudes on the payroll. One thing we can promise? When you pilot your vessel along the wide-open roads through this otherworldly wilderness, with that warm wind in your hair (or antennae…), you’ll get why a “visitor” would cross the galaxy to enjoy this slice of the Silver State. Feast your curiosity on alien-themed everything; explore (in)famous Extraterrestrial Highway landmarks, like the Black Mailbox and Little A’Le’Inn; and get ready to meet some friendly humans who don’t need a phone to call these lovably odd locales home.
In the wide-open belly of Nevada, there lies a mystery. The Extraterrestrial Highway runs past the Nevada Test and Training Range, including that infamous portion known as Area 51—a top secret part of the base that the government didn’t even admit was real until 2013—where countless strange “UFO” sightings have been reported. So keep those eyes peeled, because you’re guaranteed to see some weird stuff. Up in the sky? Maybe. On the ground: 1000%. If an alien themed jerky shack, a knick-knack packed “research center,” a UFO-motifed bar-café, and spectacular night skies full of stars (and other things?) get your radar beepin’, then treat yourself to an unforgettable voyage along state Route 375.