Lace up those running shoes and get those buns in gear for the 36th Schlotzsky’s Bun Run! The Bun Run is the perfect race for casual runners and serious racers! And don’t forget the kids and pets! Kids are welcome to sign up for the 5K, but if they aren’t quite ready they can run the kids only 1K!
Come and see the work of local artists at Art in the Park in Wingfield Park located near the Midtown Shopping District. Free to artists, residents and visitors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Additional Art in the Park events are set for Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.
The Ruidoso Grindstone Trail runs (4M; 8.5M & Half Marathon) promote the multiple use trail system available at Grindstone Lake, Ruidoso, New Mexico in the Sacramento Mountains (6900 feet). Proceeds will benefit Ski Apache Adaptive Sports. Race starts & finishes at Wingfield Park (WP) in downtown Ruidoso. REGISTRATION LIMITED TO 500 RUNNERS
Come and see the work of local artists at Art in the Park in Wingfield Park located near the Midtown Shopping District. Free to artists, residents and visitors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
Come and see the work of local artists at Art in the Park in Wingfield Park located near the Midtown Shopping District. Free to artists, residents and visitors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Additional Art in the Park dates are set for Saturday July 7 and Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.
Break out the small rods and reels for young anglers to tests their skills. Grindstone Lake in Ruidoso will be teeming with activity the morning of June 2, 2018, as children line the shore to try out their casting arms.
Come and see the work of local artists Memorial Day weekend at our first Art In The Park event in Wingfield Park located near the Midtown Shopping District. Free to artists, residents and visitors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Additional Art In The Park dates are set for Saturday, June 9; Saturday July 7; and Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.
Ride spectacular, purpose-built mountain bike trails while staging from a great sheltered camping area. The event is right in town with easy access to Ruidoso restaurants, hotels, and services. Seriously, you could roll to the start from several hotels in Ruidoso. Come see why everyone raves about the Grindstone Lake trail system!
Are you 16 or older and looking for a great summer job or challenging career? American Red Cross and the Village of Ruidoso is the best place to start. American Red Cross Training is March 19 - 22, 2018, 8 AM to 5 PM. All classes must be attended. Sign up today! - $120 / person. Ruidoso Parks & Rec: 575-257-5030
The Toss No Mas Community Clean Up will be held Sunday, October 15, 2017, at Two RIvers Park, Lions Pavilion from 1:00 - 3:00 pm.Trash bags, gloves, snack & drink will be provided. To learn more about youth fundraising opportunities, please call David at the Parks & Recreation Officeat (575) 257-5030.
The event is a very challenging 100 mile century ride beginning at an elevation of 6,900 ft and touring through one of the most scenic and challenging cycling routes in New Mexico. Several climbs of 8% are on the route. This is a mountainous route for intermediate to advanced cyclists with 100k and 45 and 20 mile courses also available.
Man and his machine, what an inseparable pair. The Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally brings bike enthusiasts to the mountains in Ruidoso and Mescalero, New Mexico. With a massive trade show, several poker runs, free food and bike judging, there’s plenty to do in celebration of your favorite machine on wheels.
Bring your pooch to the pool for some doggie paddle fun! The Ruidoso Municipal Pool closes for the summer with a fun-filled Dog Days of Summer Pooch Party and Donation Event for the Ruidoso Humane Society. Swimming is exclusively for dogs and their owners.
Join the fun and come out to watch this Pecos Professional League matchup between the Roswell Invaders and White Sands Pupfish at White Mountain Sports Complex. Game details and ticket sales, here.
This three-day leadership youth camp (ages 15 -18) involves working together as a group, meeting new people traveling to sites, being outdoors, hiking, working with public lands/cultural resource/community partners, and participating in service learning projects.
Wilderness Camp registrations are now available online. Register now! Spaces fill up fast. (CLICK 'WILDERNESS CAMP' TAB UNDER ACTIVITY GUIDE)
Camp begins July 3 - August 4, 2017.
Camp cost is $120/week.
Early bird registration $110/week May 23 - June 3, 2016.