The Lincoln National Forest is located in the southeastern area of New Mexico.
Where is this Forest?

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Forest Plan Revision

Forest Plan Revision


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Recent News


Guided Hiking Tours - Summer 2016

Guided Hiking Image

The Sacramento Ranger District is once again hosting a number of guided hiking tours hosted by experienced volunteers and employees.  There will be a variety of different locations and subjects to participate in throughout the summertime so please plan ahead and enjoy. 

Participants must sign up ahead of time and the hikes are limited to 12 participants.

White Nose Bat Syndrome

White Nose Bat Syndrome:  image logo

Click here for more information about white nose bat syndrome by viewing this on-line brochure.

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Smokey Bear Hotshots

2014 Smokey Bear Hot Shot Crew

Learn about the Lincoln's Smokey Bear Hotshots from Ruidoso - history, news, employment info and more...

Bark Beetles and Drought

Bark Beetles

Learn more about Bark Beetles, how they affect certain types of trees, and how drought plays into it all.


Civilian Conservation Corps: 1933-2013

Mayhill CCC Camp Sign

Visit our CCC History page to learn more about the the CCC and on the Lincoln National Forest.  Also be sure to visit our FLICKR site containing images and memories from a CCC family.

New Bridal Veil Falls Trail - open with construction

Bridal Veil Falls

The new Bridal Veil Falls trail (T129) remains open.  Re-construction and improvment work will continue through the fall and winter.

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