In the 1880s, Kingston was a silver-mining boomtown and the Black Range Lodge housed prospectors, adventurers and cavalry. When the silver boom was over, the Black Range Lodge remained and grew with the addition of massive stone walls and log-beamed ceilings. Today, you will feel like you are in the Old West the minute you step in the door. The Lodge invites you to relive Kingston's wild west past, with modern comfort and conveniences. All guest rooms and suites have private baths, thick towels and cozy comforters. We offer free wi-fi and free phone calls across the USA, plus an outdoor hot tub, a pool table, massage and spa services. A heart-healthy breakfast is included. Our guest houses are wheelchair friendly, we love hosting families with children, and well-behaved dogs are welcome. The Lodge is a venue for music, weddings, workshops, retreats and reunions. From our door, a walk in the clean air takes you along a creek and into the shade of tall Ponderosa pines. To the west, a spectacular drive through the Gila Wilderness leads to Emory Pass Vista, the Continental Divide, the Gila Cliff Dwellings, City of Rocks, historic Silver City and Pinos Altos, hot springs, and Deming wineries. To the east visit Spaceport America, the hot springs of Truth or Consequences,raft the Rio Grande, fish at Elephant Butte & Caballo Lakes, surf White Sands, and dine in Hatch or old Mesilla. Kingston is a 3 hour drive from Albuquerque, and 90 minutes from Las Cruces and Silver City.