Alamogordo, NM 1897

Lodge Facilities


The Alamogordo Lodge is located in the Southern part of the city. Exit Hiway 54/70 east at stop light at Panorama Blvd. Travel east 1/2 block and turn South on Hamilton Road. Continue South for approximately 0.8 mile. Lodge is on the right. Lodge faces the Sacramento Mountains to the East.


Lounge is open Monday through Sunday from 11:00am to Close.  

Legal gaming is available to members and spouses with Elk identification cards. Game room is open the same hours as the Lounge.


Dinner is served from 5:30pm to 7pm.  Every Monday night we offer Burgers and Fries or Onion Rings.  Wednesday and Friday nights we serve up a variety of dinners; see calendar for more information.  Thursday night is "Lip Smackin' Good" Hot Wing Night. We also have a monthly Steak Night as well as other special event meals (see calendar).  ALL meals are planned, prepared, and served by Volunteers.  

RV Hookups

Lodge has eleven (11) full hookups with 30-amp service, and four (4) full hookups with 50-amp service, for members and visiting Elks.   

A donation of $35 per night is encouraged. We also have an onsite dump for holding tanks. Please check in with the office or on duty bartender.  

Wireless internet

Wireless internet service available in the Lodge and RV park. Please see bartender for username and password.

Golf Course

The city owned and operated 18-hole Golf course is located adjacent to the lodge. Available to lodge visitors 7 days a week. The Lodge has an active Golf Group that normally play on Wednesday. Contact the Lodge Secretary if you are interested in the Golf Group.

Local attractions

Alamogordo is located in the Tularosa Basin of Southern New Mexico. Holloman Air Force Base is a 10 minute drive from the Lodge.  The base is primarily a training base for Predators, Reapers, F-16 Fighting Falcons, and German Tornados. The Space Hall of Fame and oldest zoo in the southwest are located in Alamogordo. The White Sands National Monument and the 9,000 foot Sacremento Mountains are within 20 miles.  The mountain village of Ruidoso is about 50 miles from here and is has something for everyone; casinos, Horse Racing, "Billy the Kid" Museum, skiing, zip lining, golf, fishing, etc.