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Things To Do In Ruidoso nm


The Flying J Ranch Chuckwagon Supper and Western Show
575-336-4330
1028 Hwy 48 N., Alto, New Mexico 88312
Open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Great food and excellent family entertainment! Since the opening some 35 years ago, we have fed and entertained over 1 million guests! We have pony rides for kids, an 'old west town' with gift shops, a pistol range, gold...
Make History Come Alive with New Mexico History Tours
575-257-8593
Tour Old Lincoln, New Mexico...the best-preserved town in the Old West...plus tours of Fort Stanton and other sites important to Western History. Jack Shuster is degreed in History with a field of interest in Social and Cultural History of the American People. A Living...
Christmas Jubilee
575-937-2040
Ruidoso Convention Center, Ruidoso, New Mexico 88345
November 8th, 9th & 10th only!  This is a don't-miss-shopping-extravaganza with 80 Local merchants and a wonderful food court all in the Ruidoso Convention Center. There are plenty of activities for the kids too with crafts, stories and a visit with Santa...
Ski Apache
(575) 464-3600
1286 Ski Run Road, Alto, New Mexico 88312
Open Thanksgiving through Easter. As the country’s southernmost ski area, Ski Apache offers the best warm-weather powder skiing in the world with snowmaking on 33% of the mountain. The slopes offer a mix of wide beginner slopes, tough bump runs, a huge bowl, nice...
Thundering Paws
(575) 336 - PAWS (7297)
114 Lone Mesa Court, Alto, New Mexico 88312
Plan your pet's vacation while you're planning your vacation. Doggy daycare and resort boarding with large, secure play yards and great staff! We pamper your kitties also with 8 luxury cat condos. That's why so many of our guests scratch at the door to get in Thundering...
Hondo Iris Farm and Gallery
575-653-4062 or 575-973-0006
24 miles east of Ruidoso, at mile marker 284 on Hwy. 70., New Mexico
May 1- May 31st. Hondo Iris Festival. The iris are blooming! Hundreds of spectacular iris are blooming throughout the garden—bearded, spuria, dwarf, variegated.   Free Admission, picnic tables.   May hours:  8-5 Monday-Saturday, 10-4 on Sunday. Hwy 70,...
Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino
800-545-9011
287 Carrizo Canyon Road, Mescalero, New Mexico 88340
New Mexico's premier mountain resort awaits with impeccable service, mouthwatering cuisine for every palate, incredible gaming action, and breathtaking alpine scenery to nurture your soul. Situated high in the picturesque mountains of Mescalero, New Mexico just outside of...
Gear up & check out the Ski Apache bike trails
1-800-545-9011 New Mexico
Ski Apache offers many biking and hiking trails as well as disk golf, gondola rides and of course the highest elevation zipline rides in the whole world. Don’t miss our awesome events this summer, check out our event calendar. Be sure to bring plenty of water and be...
Ruidoso Downs Race Track and Billy the Kid Casino
575-378-4431
26225 Highway 70 West, Ruidoso, New Mexico
Ruidoso Downs Race Track and Casino offers live horse racing Fridays through Mondays starting in May and running through Labor Day. Known as the home of the World's Richest Quarter Horse Race, the All American Futurity, Ruidoso Downs races thoroughbreds and quarter horses...
Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts
575-336-4800 or 888-818-7872
108 Spencer Road, Alto, New Mexico 88312
A landmark 514-seat world-class theater which, on the average, hosts a major touring Broadway show, dance or musical performance every 11 days year-round during separate summer and winter seasons. Four major Dale Chihuly glass installations. Check the Spencer site for coming...
Trail Guides for the Lincoln National Forest
575-258-8822
The most popular of the two books is the Smokey Bear Ranger District trail guide followed by the Sacramento Ranger District trail guide. Written by Lynn A. Melton and updated in 2017, these  books offer up to date and comprehensive trail information. Most importantly,...
FORT STANTON HISTORIC SITE
104 Kit Carson Rd., Fort Stanton, New Mexico
The Fort Stanton Historic Site is a must-see attraction when visiting Lincoln County.  Nestled on Highway 220 that bisects the Billy the Kid Scenic Byway, New Mexico’s newest historic site features over 155 years of southwestern history ranging from its initial...
Midtown Ruidoso
Ruidoso, New Mexico 88345
Midtown is a uniquely Ruidoso experience filled with shopping and entertainment. Here you will find colorful and exciting shops, wine tasting adventures, terrific local eateries, and nightlife including live music and dancing. During the holiday season, beautiful decorations...
LINCOLN HISTORIC SITE - BILLY THE KID
575-653-4025
Skipworth Dr, Lincoln, New Mexico
This National Historic Site is considered by many historians to be the most authentic old west town remaining in the United States. Center of the bloody Lincoln County War, the little hamlet was launched into the history books by a host of famous characters including Billy...
Ski Apache Zip Tours
RESERVATIONS (575) 464-3633 OR (575) 464-3634
 Hours: 9am - 5pm daily,
Take your zip-lining experience above and beyond with this three-span zip tour. This beautifully stunning adventure begins and rises above 11,000 feet. It is also complete with parallel cables so riders can glide down the mountain side-by-side. The adrenaline-pumping,...
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