A Guide to Ruidoso's Incredible Wildlife

Wildlife and Ruidoso go hand in hand. From the quiet appearance of the majestic elk and wild horse herds that roam here to the impressive flight of the bald eagle and the entertaining antics of the bears that are frequently seen, here are some of Ruidoso's most amazing wildlife and some tips on where you can safely spot them on your next trip.

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Fantasy fairies hide along the pathway in Ruidoso's Two Rivers Park

Magic wands, tiny houses and whimsical fairies add fun for the young at village park Walking along the Two Rivers Park trail, a slight breeze blowing across the Rio Ruidoso, visitors may be startled to see a trout jump out of the water and riding on his back, the smallest of folk fairies.

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IN THE PRESS: History, music and more found in New Mexico trek

“Ruidoso is best known for Ski Apache and the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack and Casino, and visitors are well-served by both. But my family visited the village and its surrounding countryside during a stretch of less-busy summer weekdays, indulging our interests in history, Southwestern cuisine, fine art, live music, shopping and of course beautiful mountain scenery.” - THE OKLAHOMAN 

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Walk Run Ride the Links at Sierra Blanca Trail

Beautiful Sierra Blanca dominates the views on this scenic walk, run, ride paved path that circles the Links at Sierra Blanca Golf Course in the heart of Ruidoso. The Links trail is 3 mile loop that provides outdoor exercise that dogs, kids and adults will enjoy.

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Two Ruidoso Lakes You Might Not Know About

Bring a picnic, cast for fish, paddle a boat, cycle, horseback ride, or explore on foot via multi-use trails at two cool, clear alpine reservoirs in Ruidoso that will keep you coming back for more. 

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IN THE PRESS: Ruidoso in 405 Magazine

"Ruidoso, about halfway between Roswell and Las Cruces in south-central New Mexico, isn’t really on the way to anywhere. Off the interstates and well south of tourist Meccas Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque, it is the somewhere – a small community with some big attractions worthy of being called a destination." — 405 Magazine

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