Hot Springs & Spas

As the name implies, Jemez Springs is abundant in natural hot springs which derive from the super volcano, the Valles Caldera National Preserve just 17 miles north. Several primitive hot springs make Jemez Springs a delight for hikers who are rewarded by beautiful waterfalls or comforting hot springs. Spence Hot Springs near Soda Dam, McCauley Hot Springs close to Battleship Rock, and San Antonio Hot Springs in the Santa Fe National Forest are accessible via hikes ranging from easy to challenging. Commercial hot springs, spas and bath houses in Jemez Springs provide a more controlled, cleaner environment in which to soak and relax. Whether its soaking your cares away under a starry sky or taking advantage of an herbal wrap or massage, Jemez Springs’ facilities are reasonably priced yet top notch.

Per the directive of the Governor, all non essential businesses have been temporarily closed throughout the state in response to COVID-19. Please postpone your trip to Jemez Springs at a later date when conditions change and the order has been lifted. Stay healthy and we’ll see you soon!

Developed Hot Springs

Jemez Hot Springs

Formerly “Giggling Springs,” Jemez Hot Springs was renovated in 2016 and has four outdoor pools with over 17 healing minerals in the water along with shade and pool side service. Accommodates up to 50. Jemez Hot Springs is located along the Jemez River with a view of colorful Virgin Mesa outdoors under the stars. Indoor gallery.

Will NOT be open Christmas Eve or New Years Eve

  • Website:
    40 Abousleman Loop
    Jemez Springs, NM 87025
  • Phone: 575-829-9175
    Vary based upon season.
    Closed Tuesdays for cleaning.
    Open 11 a.m. 5 p.m. Visit website for additional information.

Spa Services

Jemez Springs Bath House

Village owned, the bath house is over 100 years old and is a State Historical Site. From half hour soaks to wraps and other services, the facility includes four massage treatment rooms and eight bath tubs. The original rock enclosure where the original geyser was established in 1860 is on site. Free soaks on birthdays. Read more about Jemez Springs Bath House here. 

  • Website:

    62 Jemez Springs Plaza
    Jemez Springs, NM 87025
  • Phone: 575-829-3303
    10:00am – 5:00pm
    Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Closed Christmas Day and December 26. Reopens Dec. 27 for normal business hours. Open New Year’s Eve, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and New Year’s Day from 12-5 p.m. Closed for cleaning on Wednesdays.
Cañon del Rio Retreat & Spa

Featuring six individually decorated adobe style rooms, outdoor swimming pool with view of Virgin Mesa, art gallery, spa services and hot tub. Located along the Jemez River, the facility includes top notch breakfast and large dining area for large groups.

Adobe Morning Day Spa and Retreat

Jemez Springs’ newest Day Spa, Adobe Morning Day Spa offers spa packages, massage services and handcrafted bath items to help reconnect with nature. $5 off services for locals.


15869 NM-4
Jemez Springs, NM. 87025

  • Website:

    15869 NM-4
    Jemez Springs, NM. 87025

  • Phone: 828-782-8309

    10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily

Primitive Hot Springs

The following hot springs are on public land and are for day-use only (sunrise to sunset). Overnight camping is prohibited at these locations. There are no facilities at these locations. Bathing suits are required. Littering and fires are strictly prohibited. These springs are administered by the US Forest Service (local headquarters at the north end of the Village of Jemez Springs, just south of Soda Dam).

The phone number for current spring conditions and accessibility is 575-829-3535.

McCauley Warm Springs

Located between Battleship Rock and Jemez Falls, McCauley is a 3.8 mile loop with two warm pools. Hiking trail 137 can be accessed via Battleship Rock picnic area.

GPS: N 35.828357 and W -106.642257

Spence Hot Spring

Located seven miles north of Jemez Springs. One of the most heavily visited of primitive hot springs. Large parking lot on the east side of highway 4, follow the short trail down to the river and up the other side to the springs. Spring maintains 95 degree temps.

GPS: 35.849 N, 106.631

San Antonio Hot Spring

Located nine miles north of Jemez Springs, this spring is set in the beauty of the Santa Fe National Forest. Park at Forest Rd. 376 north, then hike five miles to the spring whose temperature hovers around 129 degrees.

GPS: 35.938 N, 106.646 W

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