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There's Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino, The Hubbard Museum of the American West, Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area, Grindstone LakeSnowy River Cave National Conservation, Billy the Kid Casino, Monjeau Lookout, Fort Stanton, Old Dowlin Mill and more...
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yoloTX visits Ruidoso, New Mexico a premier resort destination in Southern New Mexico
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Ruidoso is a premier resort destination in Southern New Mexico. Ruidoso is a small mountain village located in Lincoln County in the Sacramento Mountains of South Central New Mexico. The community of 8,000 people sits at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, which makes Ruidoso the most popular tourism destination in the region. The Village of Ruidoso is governed by a Mayor, Village Council and Village Manager and Staff. The Village offers a wide range of services to its residents, including the Sierra Blanca Regional Airport.
Ruidoso is surrounded by over a million acres of forest and wilderness. The Lincoln National Forest, the White Mountain Wilderness Area and the Bureau of Land Management’s Fort Stanton National Conservation Area offer hundreds of miles of multi-use trails and is an ideal destination for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and camping. Ruidoso is located in the Smokey Bear Ranger District for the Lincoln National Forest. Smokey Bear, the bear cub that became the symbol of forest fire prevention, was rescued by firefighters from Fort Bliss Army Base after a forest fire in the Capitan Mountains in 1950. After his passing in 1976, Smokey was returned home to Capitan and now rests at the Smokey Bear Historical Park.
The Ruidoso Downs Racetrack and Casino located in nearby Ruidoso Downs brings tens of thousands of visitors to the area during racing season, Memorial Day through Labor Day. The All-American Futurity is held annually on Labor Day; the race is the richest quarter horse race in the world with a purse of over $3 million.
Adjacent to Ruidoso one may also find the Mescalero Apache Reservation. The Mescalero Apache are native to this region; the present reservation was established in 1883. The 463,000 acre reservation lies on the eastern flank of the Sacramento Mountains and borders the Lincoln National Forest. The Mescalero Tribe owns and operates both Ski Apache and the Inn of the Mountain Gods, the areas only full service resort hotel.
The Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce is the most vibrant organization in the Ruidoso community. With 500 members from all segments of the Ruidoso area business community, the Chamber is a proactive force that is engaged with the community and provides essential services to our local businesses. The Chamber organizes three of the biggest events of the year: The Ruidoso Art Festival, a juried fine arts show that takes place during the last weekend in July, the Aspenfest Parade, held on the first Saturday of October, and the Festival of Lights Parade held on the first Saturday night in December.
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Baca Campground History & Camp Highlights
This May we spent several days camping in Baca Campground of Lincoln National Forest in New Mexico.
Two years ago we made an unplanned camping stop in Baca, but it was just for one night. During that first visit, we didn't know that the site that is now Baca Campground has such a storied history.
In this episode, we share that history and scenes from our visit this May. Most of the history is from a poster that the Forest Service put up in the campground while we were there.
Camp Saturnino Baca DF-17-N (1933-1934)
A Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp. Camp Satunino Baca was constructed through the winter of 1933-1934. Young men from camps like this one worked 6 hours a day on various forest conservation and infrastructure projects, including road construction, erosion control, fire lookout tower construction and fire suppression. It operated for one summer then was condemned for winter occupation by the Forest Service. The men and supplies were transferred to and merged with another camp in Mayhill, NM.
Camp Capitan (1935-1940)
One of New Mexico's National Youth Administration programs was the Unemployed Girls' Educational Camp. This was the first project of its kind in the nation. It was conducted for the benefit of girls who were members of relief families that resided in mostly remote rural areas where educational advantages were especially limited. Following New Mexico's lead, in 1937 six more camps like it opened across the United States. Camp Capitan was the only year round program and it ran for five years. In addition to standard education, the girls learned a variety of crafts and skills. The camp also produced all of the New Mexico State flags for government and education buildings throughout the state, as well as clothing and bedding for the Carrie Tingley Children's Hospital.
Old Raton Ranch (1942)
As a Japanese detention camp... When Japan bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, 32 Japanese residents of Clovis, NM, were placed under house arrest and relocated here. They lived at Old Raton Ranch for alomost a year then were relocated.
Elevation is 6,400 feet. Baca Campground is open year round. No fees to stay. Stay limit is 14 days. Dispersed camping. Two vault toilets are at either end of the loop road through the campground. No water, no electricity, no picnic tables, no fire rings. There are some circles of rocks for campfires.
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For a wild, outdoor adventure, North Dakota offers unspoiled wilderness and beautiful park lands. Of the lower 48 states, it is one of America's most scenic. Also known for haunted places stories, North Dakota seems to have the more friendly type of spirits. North Dakota's beauty inspired Theodore Roosevelt to establish the National Forest Service.As well as stunning scenery, the state presents a fascinating glimpse into the history and culture of the region through its museums and historic sites. Adventurers like Lewis and Clark, President Theodore Roosevelt, and Sakakawea have traveled these rugged lands before you and may even inspire you to make a mark on history too.
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