Buildings dating to the late 1800s remain as reminders of historic Lincoln County, New Mexico, renowned as the area where Billy the Kid lived, fought, and died—becoming a larger than life legend who continues to intrigue through time. Home to elk, deer, bear, antelope, wild turkey, and mountain lions, the Flying W Diamond Ranch contains 13,036 deeded and leased acres of scenic high mountain timbered pine forests as well as rolling grasslands with panoramic vistas of the Sierra Blanca, Capitan, and Sacramento mountains. A one-level Territorial-style New Mexican hacienda of 5,067 square feet features four bedrooms, heated flagstone floors, and fireplaces. The active working ranch further includes a hunting lodge, annual elk permits, a registered Black Angus herd, spring, windmill, outbuildings, horse and ranching facilities, and mineral rights. Ten minutes distant, the historic town of Capitan is home to the Smokey the Bear Museum.