Under the U.S. Forest Service, the Lincoln National Forest is a preserve that was established in 1902 to protect the greenery, animal, and plant life within four counties in New Mexico. The forest is split into three areas, the Smokey Bear Ranger District, Guadalupe Ranger District, and the Sacramento Ranger District. The legend of “Smokey Bear” was originated in the Smokey Bear section and has helped prevent forest fires for over half century. Glampers can hike or walk through the trails of each of these sections and admire the greenery and enormity of the trees, shrubs, and bushes. There is no doubt that a romantic log cabin rental with Wi-Fi near the Lincoln National Forest is a great place to gaze upon at nature’s beauty as well as the beauty of a significant other.
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