Welcome!  

On behalf of the entire staff, we would like to welcome you to the Laguna Vista Lodge, Historic Restaurant & Saloon website.

No deposit is necessary at our Lodge, we do not charge you until you check in!

We are always updating our rooms, when making a reservation if it says no rooms available, please call 575-377-6522.

Laguna Vista Lodge has been featured in True West Magazine, Sunset Magazine, The Late Show with David Letterman and recently The Travel Channel’s Resort Rescue did an episode at our Resort.

Owned & Operated by An American Veteran

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Calamity Jane’s Restaurant  

Calamity Jane’s will be open for Thanksgiving 1 – 6 pm

Step back in time and enjoy!

Our restaurant is a culinary delight set in an 1890s hotel lobby. We feature authentic New Mexican and Southwestern cuisine with a twist. Large menu with great variety. Children’s favorites on their own menu.

In the March 2016 issue, New Mexico Magazine mentioned Calamity Jane’s restaurant in the “where to eat now” section under worth the drive – on the Enchanted Circle:  Calamity Jane’s is in an old hotel in Eagle Nest.  Order the hand-breaded chicken-fried steak.

Calamity Jane's Restaurant

Laguna Vista Saloon  

The Historic Saloon and former Gambling & Dance Hall was a favorite watering hole of the Lonesome Dove movie crew.

You can find colorful locals and international tourists hanging out in the Saloon when you visit Eagle Nest.

After Skiing in Angel Fire or Red River, join us at the Saloon for a drink by the fireplace.

Laguna Vista Saloon

Boardwalk  

Walk to everything in Eagle Nest from our central location on Main Street. Enjoy our boardwalk.

If you’ve ever dreamed of running a quaint little shop in a picturesque mountain village, you owe it to yourself to see this setup! Trout fishing almost out your back door, skiing and golf literally minutes away.

Boardwalk

Haunted Brothel  

The history of the Laguna Vista Restaurant and Saloon dates back to the late 1890s.  The gold-mining camp of Elizabethtown, five miles north of here, was founded in 1867.  One of the residents in the late 1890s transported rejected railroad ties from Ute Park to Elizabethtown for two summers to build a hotel.  He left for the winter and returned in the spring to discover his railroad ties had been stolen, and a new hotel had been constructed in Therma, now Eagle Nest.   You are sitting in what was the lobby of the El Monte Hotel, which was built with the stolen railroad ties, and looking out the window on one of the routes of the Santa Fe Trail.

Haunted Brothel

Laguna Vista Lodge  

Our 2-story Lodge is just steps away from town

Our 2-Story Lodge has 12 rooms.

 

Two rooms with a  King Size bed.

Four rooms with 2-Queen Size Beds.

Two rooms with 3-Queen Size beds.

Four 2-Bedroom Apartments.

 

The Lodge is near Angel Fire and close to Red River.

Laguna Vista Lodge

Laguna Vista Cabins  

We have 6 Deluxe Queen Cabins 

Pictured are the Deluxe Queen Cabins

Perfect for a getaway we are near Angel Fire or Red River, only 12 & 18  miles away

Laguna Vista Cabins

Gazebo  

Relax in our new Gazebo with comfy couches

Gazebo
Gazebo

Laguna Vista Lodge Upgrades

As this summer begins, we are completing upgrades to all of our guestrooms, apartments, meeting and special event spaces, plus a total remodel of a honeymoon cabin with a personal fire pit. The restaurant has a new ladies room and new carpet and furniture in the dining room. We have added a second Gazebo and invested in the newest technology possible for your Wi-Fi. The Historical Residence now hosts a private deck with dining table and when landscaping is complete an outdoor gas BBQ grill. On the drawing board is an outdoor catering kitchen and a greenhouse with a dining room overlooking the lake for casual breakfasts. Now you can book online! Just click the "Make A Reservation" tab or call 800-821-2093 or 575-377-6522 BEST RATE GUARANTEED WHEN YOU BOOK DIRECTLY ON OUR WEBSITE.