Waterfall Lodge

Address: 56 Lodge Spring Road, Cloudcroft, New Mexico, 88317, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 56 Lodge Spring Road, Cloudcroft.
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Travel Blogs from Cloudcroft

UP again, gently this time.

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 06, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... population listed at 750 in the 2000 census (according to Wikipedia). The main shopping area has many old buildings with new businesses. It took us about an hour to walk slowly and look in many of the stores. That time included a short stop at the bakery for a snack. While we were walking around, a woman was being walked by her two great danes. They were beautiful dogs. One was the mother of the other. Her head came up to my elbows. ...

Day 12 Living Desert Zoo & Carlsbad Caverns

A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Aug 01, 2014

6 photos

... saw over 40 animals native to the area, including bison, mountain lions, and the endangered Mexican wolves. I also saw my first live road runner. It looks just like the cartoons! There were 100's of different trees, cacti and succulent plants all along the walk, many blooming and quite large. As we have traveled now, we feel like we can identify some of the plants. Part 2 of this day was ...

White Sands in New Mexico

A travel blog entry by dubnation on Jul 21, 2014

31 photos

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It was a few hours searching and finding books and videotapes (Jadin found a collection of unopened Star Wars videotapes which he thought he could sell for profit). Before we knew it it was closing time at the store.

Our next stop was a trip northeast of the city to the white sands of New Mexico. The White Sands National Monument is located along U.S. Highway 70 in what is the heart of the Tularosa Basin. This famous natural landmark is know for its ...

One size fits all/everybody

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Jun 24, 2013

3 comments, 24 photos

... and some homemade preserves. Johan took a really nice macro photo of the toothpicks that is my favorite photo of the day. For those of you that love chewing toothpicks, these one's should last you a while.

We decided to stay at The Lodge in Cloud Croft. The hotel is more than a 100 years old and has a resident ghost Rebecca, which frequents the room we stayed in. She was a real beauty and went missing after she and her boyfriend had a fight. Johan stayed up all night ...

One Big Bad Basin

A travel blog entry by steppingout on Feb 13, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... the world's largest gypsum dune field. Located in the Tularosa Basin and surrounded by the San Andres and Sacramento mountain ranges, this rare type of sand has formed 275 square miles of four types of dunes. Gypsum sand came from crystalline selenite, which then was broken down by water, wind and tumbling to form fine granules of white, soft sand. The reptiles and mammals living here have evolved to blend in with the ...