Points of Interest

Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club (ALGCC)

Alto-Lakes-logo2A private, member-owned club located in the Sacramento Mountains of southern New Mexico. Club memberships (both golf and social) are attached to Alto Lakes and The Outlaw properties and are conveyed with the deed. ALGCC is a full-service country club offering two 18 hole golf courses, full-service dining, swimming, tennis and fitness facilities. Regular (golf) membership dues are $2,652 per year and Social dues are $1,191 per year.

Sierra Blanca Regional Airport

SBRALocated minutes from The Outlaw, the Sierra Blanca Regional Airport is a public use airport located 15 nautical miles (28 km) northeast of the central business district of the resort town of Ruidoso, a village in Lincoln County, New Mexico, United States. Owned and operated by the Village of Ruidoso. Classified as a general aviation airport. IATA: RUI, ICAO: KSRR, FAA LID: SRR.

Ruidoso, New Mexico

Screenshot 2016-08-05 20.29.01High in the Rocky Mountains of southeastern New Mexico, a short drive from major cities in New Mexico, West Texas, and Northern Mexico. True to New Mexico’s nickname “Land of Enchantment,” Ruidoso is overflowing with beautiful vistas, perfect weather, a tranquil, casual lifestyle filled with great entertainment and sporting opportunities for people of all ages. From great restaurants, boutique shopping, casinos, skiing, hiking, climbing, horse-back riding, fishing…the list is endless.

Ruidoso Weather

Ruidoso weather is mild and great for enjoying the outdoors and the natural wonders that abound in Ruidoso, Lincoln County and the Lincoln National Forest.

The Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts

13074_10151765457467942_1229993152_nA short drive from The Outlaw is the Spencer Theater, a year-round venue for world-class performances in theater, music and dance. An aristocrat among theaters, the $22-million structure is splendid and elegant, yet intimate and welcoming. At the heart of the Spencer, in its 514-seat hall, you’ll encounter a powerful experience of the performing arts — outstanding acoustics, intimate seating, and artistry of the highest caliber.

Ski Apache

skiapache_mtbike-mapLocated minutes from The Outlaw, New Mexico’s premier ski and snowboard resort offers dozens of trails for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. From ski and snowboard rentals to your choice of dining facilities—rent, get fitted, store, or repair your equipment or eat like royalty on a budget. You’ll find everything you’ll need for your equipment and souvenir needs—outerwear, snow boots, hats, gloves, goggles and more.

Inn of the Mountain Gods

Screenshot 2016-08-05 20.55.37New Mexico’s premier mountain resort offers impeccable AAA Four-Diamond service, mouthwatering cuisine for every palate, incredible gaming action, and breathtaking alpine scenery to nurture your soul. Situated high in the picturesque mountains just outside of Ruidoso, guests return time and time again to Inn of the Mountain Gods to enjoy the clean mountain air, stunning panoramic views, and exciting entertainment options.

Ruidoso Downs Race Track and Casino

Screenshot 2016-08-05 20.57.16Since 1947 more than 200,000 visitors every summer enjoy the fun at the home of the world’s richest quarter horse race, the All American Futurity. Ruidoso Downs offers fun and excitement. Whether you come to watch the races, play in Billy the Kid Casino, enjoy a great meal in the All American Turf Club or Billy’s Sports Bar and Grill, or to watch simulcast racing from all over the country in Billy’s Race Book, you’re assured a great time!

The Hubbard Museum of the American West

2889_169939085693_4536061_nA place where the visitor can not only experience the West, but actually participate as one passes through various portals of time encompassing three area cultures – Native American, Hispanic and Pioneer. It is a living, exciting experience that has something for everyone. Whether the visitor is eight or eighty, The Hubbard Museum of the American West provides an entertaining and educational look into our past and the spectacle of the American West as it was in pioneer days and before.