[title type=”h1″ class=””]Recreation[/title] [col type=1_3] [title type=”h3″ class=”title_orange”]Hiking[/title] [toggle_content title=”More info (click to open)”]

High Altitude

Phone: 575-682-1229
Email: highaltitude@tularosa.net
Website: www.highaltitude.org

Lincoln National Forest Recreation

Phone: 575-682-2551 Monday – Friday
Website: www.fs.fed.us/r3/lincoln
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STC Outfitting

Phone: 575-687-4006   cell: 575-430-1682
Email: stcoutfitting@gmail.com
Website: www.stcoutfitting.com

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High Altitude

Phone: 575-682-1229
Email: highaltitude@tularosa.net
Website: www.highaltitude.org

Lincoln National Forest Recreation

Phone: 575-682-2551 Monday – Friday
Website: www.fs.fed.us/r3/lincoln
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High Altitude

Phone: 575-682-1229
Email: highaltitude@tularosa.net
Website: www.highaltitude.org

Lincoln National Forest Recreation

Phone: 575-682-2551 Monday – Friday
Website: www.fs.fed.us/r3/lincoln

Southern Rockies Camp & Retreat Center

Phone: 800-965-0679
Email: southernrockiescamp@gmail.com
Website: www.southernrockiescamp.com

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Silver Springs RV Campground

Phone: 575-682-1148
Email: silverspringsRVandTrout@gmail.com
Website: www.silverspringsrvtrout.com

[/toggle_content] [/col] [col type=”1_3″] [col type=1_3] [title type=”h3″ class=”title_orange”]Geocaching[/title] [toggle_content title=”More info (click to open)”] Call Ruth Lane at The Cloudcroft Hotel

Phone: 575-682-3414 or 575-921-1979
Email: lifeisabowlofkibble@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.geocaching.com/videos/

[/toggle_content] [/col] [col type=1_3] [title type=”h3″ class=”title_orange”]Outdoor Performances[/title] [toggle_content title=”More info (click to open)”] Cloudcroft Light Opera Company
Cloudcroft Light Opera Company was organized to provide entertainment for local residents and visitors to Cloudcroft and was so successful as to enable the organization to provide scholarships for local high school graduates and monetary help during the year. CLOC operates wholly as a non-profit organization. Since 1993. Join Cloudcroft Light Opera Company for melodramas and murder mysteries. Boo the villain and cheer the hero or try your skills at figuring out whodunit.
Phone: 575-491-0194
Email: cloudcroftlightoperaco@gmail.com
Website: http://www.cloudcroftlightopera.com/
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BAMM Festival

Annual Music Festival takes place at Ski Cloudcroft every Father’s Day weekend. Arts & Crafts, food, kid zone and lots of live music from all over the region.

Phone: 970-406-0721
Email: Bammfestival@gmail.com
Website: http://www.bammfestival.com
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Flying J Ranch
When you are planning your vacation or trip to Ruidoso, New Mexico the Flying J Ranch is a must see attraction, and needs to be on your list of things to do in Ruidoso. If you are looking for family attractions or things to do with a family in Ruidoso – The Flying J Ranch is the place to be. The Flying J Ranch Chuckwagon Suppers and Western Show was established in 1982. Since the opening, owners James and Cindy Hobbs have fed and performed to over 750,000 guests. The Flying J Ranch has been voted the number 1 tourist attraction in New Mexico, and upon your visit you will see why they were awarded this honor.
Phone:(575) 336-4330
Email: flyingjwranglers@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.flyingjranch.com/

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Private night observatory owned by Astrophysical Research Consortium and operated by NMSU.  No Public tours or facilities.  APO displays are located at the Visitors Center in Sunspot, New Mexico.
Phone: 575-437-6822
Fax: 575-434-5555
Email: mark@apo.nmsu.edu
Website: www.apo.nmsu.edu

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Aura, Inc. National Solar Observatory
Operated by the National Science Foundation, self-guided tours are held daily. Guided tours 2 pm Saturdays, May-Oct. Groups by appointment. Outstanding views of White Sands and the Tularosa Basin.

Phone: 575-434-7000
Fax: 575-434-7079
Email: rhunter@sunspot.noao.edu
Website: www.sunspot.noao.edu

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Phone: 575-434-7076
Fax: 575-434-7079
Email: rhunter@nso.edu
Website: www.nso.edu

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The Lodge Golf Course

Phone: 575-682-2566
Email: cheri.harr@thelodgeresort.com
Website: www.TheLodgeResort.com 
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High Altitude

Phone: 575-682-1229
Email: highaltitude@tularosa.net
Website: www.highaltitude.org

Cloudcroft Ice Rink

Phone: 575-682-4585
Website: ………….

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Ski Cloudcroft
1920 Hwy 82
Cloudcroft, NM 88317
Phone: 575-682-2333
Fax: 575-682-7543
Email: info@skicloudcroft.net
Website: www.skicloudcroft.net

Ski Palace

90 James Canyon Hwy

Phone: 575-682-2045
Email: info@cloudcroftskipalace.com
Website: www.cloudcroftskipalace.com
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Cloudcroft Ice Rink and Tubing.  Home of Ullr Fest!  “Like” us on Facebook at Cloudcroft Ice Rink!

Phone: 915-441-1902 or 575-644-5525
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Cloudcroft Ice Rink

Phone: 575-644-5525 or 915-441-1902
Website: ………….

Ski Palace

Phone: 575-682-2045
Email: info@cloudcroftskipalace.com
Website: www.cloudcroftskipalace.com

[col type=1_3] [title type=”h3″ class=”title_orange”]Hunting[/title] [toggle_content title=”More info (click to open)”] [/toggle_content] [/col] [col type=”1_3″] [col type=1_3] [/col] [col type=”1_3″] [divider type=”divider”] [title type=”h3″ class=”title_orange”]Cadwallader Mountain Farm[/title]

The Cadwallader family has been in the U-Pick Cherry business since 1943. We also have apples, peaches and other fruits and vegetables in season. For more information call 575-682-2351. Storage units also available in High Rolls-Mountain Park.

Phone: 800-667-6047 or 575-682-2351
Fax: 575-682-1618
Email: mntfarms@tularosa.net
Website: www.cadwalladermountainfarms.com

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Developed Recreation Sites: Silver, Saddle, and Apache Sleepy Grass, Deerhead and Pines Campgrounds. Enjoy excellent hiking trails with breathtaking scenery throughout the Lincoln National Forest, all levels of difficulty, including handicapped. For trail guides and maps as well as up-to-the-minute forest conditions, stop in at the Sacramento Ranger District Office, 4 Lost Lodge Rd, Cloudcroft.

Phone: 575-682-2551 Monday- Friday
Email: llbenavidez@fs.fed.us
Website: www.fs.fed.us/r3/lincoln

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Converting abandoned railroad lines located in the Sacramento Mountains of Southern New Mexico into multi-use, multi-access recreational trails. Combining such trails with other trails to provided a fifty mile long loop trail that will lead from Cloudcroft to Sunspot to Oliver Lee State park to Alamogordo to La Luz to High Rolls and back to Cloudcroft. Facilitating similar trail building efforts throughout New Mexico and eventually connecting all such trails to create a statewide rails-trails system. NMRTA now has 450 business, family and individual members located all over the United States.

Email: nmrta@tularosa.net
Website: www.nmrailstotrails.org

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Fresh local fruit in season. Southwest curios? Many unusual jellies, jams & preserves. Canned vegetables & fruit plus dried fruit. Assortment of nuts. Cold apple & cherry cider. Cokes, novelty & gift items. Located on Hwy. 82 just 30 east of Cloudcroft. Runyan Ranches also offers on-site fishing and a petting zoo for the kids.

Phone: 575-687-3330
Fax: 575-687-3505
Website: www.runyanranches.com

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Operated by the Sacramento Mountains Historical Society. Located on Hwy 82 across from the Chamber of Commerce in Cloudcroft, NM. Summer hours: Mon, Tues, Fri & Sat 10:00 – 4:00; Sundays Open 1:00 – 4:00. Winter hours: Friday and Saturday 10:00-4:00 weather permitting.

Phone: 575-682-2932
Email: smhsmuseumoffice@yahoo.com
Website: www.cloudcroftmuseum.com

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Located five miles from Cloudcroft on NM 244. 42 RV sites with hookups overlooking the trout pond. Hiking, wireless internet and convenience store.

Phone: 575-682-1148
Fax: 575-682-1340
Email: silverspringsrvandtrout@gmail.com
Website: www.silverspringsrvtrout.com

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Ideal camp setting for all ages!!! SRCRC is located 22 miles south of Cloudcroft, surrounded by the Lincoln National Forest and is available to corporations, businesses, churches, civic organizations or private entities.

10 bunkhouses with central bathhouse, main lodge and dining room. Perfect facility for groups of 10 to 150.

Phone: 800-965-0679
Email: southernrockiescamp@gmail.com
Website: www.southernrockiescamp.com

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The Spencer Theater is a world-class arts venue that presents national touring artists. Presentations include musicals, dance, comedy, theater, ballet, symphonies and concerts. Presenting national and international tours year round.  The award winning hall seats.  Public tours are offered at 10:00am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

108 Spencer Rd, Alto, NM 88345

Phone:575-336-4800 or 888-818-7872 (TF)
Email: boxoffice@spencertheater.com
Website: www.spencertheater.com

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  • PAVLO,Mediterranean guitar sensationSunday, January 29 at 2 p.m. ($39-$59).  Fusing music flamenco, Greek, Latin, Balkan and classical into an utterly mesmerizing sound, Pavlo’s “Mediterranean” guitar and his band on bouzouki, bass & percussion makes for an intoxicating night of original music. Pre-show Mediterranean pizza & salad lobby buffet ($20) at 12 p.m. (noon).

    • THE CARPENTERS TRIBUTE featuring Michelle Whited- Saturday, February 11 at 7 p.m. ($39-$79).
     This singer’s spot-on phrasing of Karen Carpenter’s sound and soothing, sultry voice is remarkable! She shares this beauty with her five-piece backing band for a night of easy-listening and soulful intensity:” We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Top of the World, “Close To You” and more. Pre-show baked tilapia filet lobby buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.
  • THE FIVE IRISH TENORS “Voices of Ireland” –Saturday, February 25 at 7 p.m. ($39-$89). Singing in combinations of tenor solos, duets, trios, quartets and quintets these lads fuse Irish wit and boisterous charm with lyricism and operatic style: “Toora-Loora-Loora,” “Danny Boy,” My Wild Rose,” and folk rock favorites like “Bridge Over Troubled Waters.” Pre-show grilled thin-cut pork chops lobby buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.
  • IN THE MOOD, A 1940’S MUSICAL REVUE –Friday, March 10 at 7 p.m. ($39-$79).  A jazzy, sentimental, rhythmic, and deeply nostalgic musical revue with lush arrangements, era-perfect costumes, a 13-piece orchestra and the fabulous In The Mood singers and dancers.  Sponsored in-part by Ronald & Sandra Carroll. Pre-show fried chicken lobby buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.
  • ALTAN –Saturday, March 18 at 7 p.m. ($39-$79). No traditional Irish band has had a larger impact on the world that Altan! These Irish virtuosos weave harmony and counterpoint into their hard-hitting reels and jigs on guitar, fiddles, accordion, tin whistles and even bouzouki with a genuine love audiences adore. Pre-show slow roast pot roast lobby buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.
  • GENTRI, The Gentlemen Trio – Saturday, April 1 at 7 p.m.($39-$79). These debonair vocalists and Broadway leads (Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast) blend their superb tenor vocals into a signature sound called  “Cinematic Pop” – clasical/pop crossover. Their immediate success as a trio and original song “Dare” has placed them on the Top 10 Billboard charts. Dynamic three-part harmony with epic arrangements! Pre-show Angus beef meatloaf lobby buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.
  • GREATER TUNA –Tuesday, April 11 at 7 p.m. ($39-$79).This multi-act spoof on small town Texas life features 2 actors, 20 characters and 20 million laughs! Timeless skits with unforgettable characters. Directed at the Spencer by Tuna original Jaston Williams, the comedy’s co-creator and award-winning co-star. Pre-show deep fried catfish filet lobby buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.• DREW THOMAS MAGIC – Friday, April 21 at 7 p.m. ($39-$89).  This architect of grand illusions and electrifying entertainment uses ordinary objects like power tools and spray paint in fresh, electrifying magic. A finalist on “America’s Got Talent,” Drew and his crew of angels have entertained more than 100 million+ worldwide, always delivering the impossible and making believers out of skeptics. Pre-show pan roasted airline chicken buffet ($20) at 5 p.m.
  • THE NEW MEXICHORDS – Saturday, May 13 at 2 p.m. ($25-$39).More than 30 men compose this award-winning barbershop chorus and chapter quartets that sing four-part, close-cropped, a capella harmonies including “76 Trombones” and “Love Me, and the World is Mine.” These boys are New Mexico true! Pre-show green chile shrimp or chicken pasta ($20) lobby buffet at 12 p.m. (noon). Sponsored in-part by New Mexico Arts.
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