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Casey's Cabins

The first cabin was built in the late 30's-early 40's, No.11 on Sudderth Dr. It was a gambling parlor/house with quiet the reputation. Guests have been visiting Casey's ever since. Many guests return annually, some of them have spent their honeymoon here and others just enjoy bringing their family back each year.  


Although the cabins have changed ownership several times throughout the years, they have remained a main stay in Ruidoso. The name Casey's came from the family that owned the cabins in the mid-1970's. More recently "Midtown" was added to the name as new ownership wanted to rebrand, while keeping the nostalgic Casey's name.



Ruidoso is a village in Lincoln County, New Mexico, adjacent to the Lincoln National Forest.  The city of Ruidoso Downs and the unincorporated area of Alto are suburbs of Ruidoso.

Ruidoso is an eclectic resort community offering shopping, dining, wine tasting, hiking and site seeing to it's visitors.  The slopes of Ski Apache, on the  Sierra Blanca mountain, offer easy access to those who  want to snow ski, with an elevation of 12,000 feet.


The Inn of the Mountain Gods resort, just south of town, includes a casino, 5-star hotel, arcade room and championship golf course.

The village received its name from the Rio Ruidoso (Spanish for "Noisy River," a small stream that weaves through the city.