Along the Texas border and within four different counties, the Lincoln National Forest covers over 1,100,000-acres of land. Three different districts cover the base of the Lincoln National Forest including the Sacramento Ranger District, Smoky Bear Distinct, and the Guadalupe Ranger District. Before the Lincoln National Forest became what it is known as today, it was made up seven different forests. A unique vacation rental near Lincoln National Forest may consist of a hiking, biking, or climbing activities. Fishing and mountain biking activities are available at the Cloudcroft festival near the Lincoln National Forest. A stunning view of the White Sands National Monument and the Mescalero Apache Reservation can be seen among the Sacramento Ranger District. Glampers can climb up the Monjeau Lookout tower to capture a 360-degree view of the forest.