Kingston is a tiny village in southwestern New Mexico. It is not officially a town or village, but rather a census-designated place. It is populated by a mere 32 inhabitants. It is located in the Black Range Mountains.

It was established as a single inn in the 1870's, which housed miners and cavalry.

Today, Kingston is primarily known as the location of the Black Range Lodge, a unique bed and breakfast that allows visitors complete solitude in the beautiful and rugged wilds of New Mexico.

People Born in Kingston


Kingston in People's Lives

Lottie Deno: I moved here with Frank, my gambling lover, in 1877, where we ran a gambling room at the Victorio Hotel. We did well there, and moved to Silver City, New Mexico in 1880.

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