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The oldest motel in Worcester County!

     
The Alamo Motel (then known as Alamo Court) was the first motel built in Worcester County. Bill Weaver, a former World War II fighter pilot, bought two acres along the then new Route 50 entrance to Ocean City in 1946 and hired contractor Ridge Harman, Sr. to build a 40-unit motel. Weaver had been stationed in San Antonio, Texas during his Army Air Force training and designed his motel to resemble the original Alamo, which is located in that city. The motel has been modernized some over the years, but the outward appearance remains remarkably unchanged.

Below are pictures of The Alamo then and Now!!

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Testimonial
"My family has been coming to Ocean City and staying at the Alamo since 1965. The price is great and it is close to great food and the beach!" 

- John Davis, Baltimore MD -