There is no other place as beautiful as the Jemez Springs area in which to camp. The Santa Fe National Forest which borders the Village has several campgrounds available for a night under the stars, and close enough to the Village where restaurants, hot springs soaks and even a hot shower at one of the lodging facilities await you. Campgrounds include: Vista Linda, San Antonio, Redondo, Paliza, and Jemez Falls. Fenton Lake State Park offers amenities and developed campsites as well. For a listing of campgrounds, visit Santa Fe National Forest and Fenton Lake State Park.

Stage 1 Fire Restriction in Place
Beginning June 18, 2017 until Dec. 31, 2017, the Santa Fe National Forest is under a Stage 1 Fire Restriction, covering the Jemez Ranger District and a portion of the Cuba Ranger District. Fires, campfires, charcoal grills, and wood or coal stoves are allowed ONLY in developed campsites or picnic areas with fire rings or grills. Campfires are prohibited at all dispersed campsites. Propane stoves, lanterns or heaters may be used in areas away from flammable materials. Fireworks are prohibited on all national forests. Smoking is allowed only in enclosed buildings or vehicles. More information on Stage 1 Fire Restrictions can be found at

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