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Hot Springs & Spas

Natural mineral hot springs are located throughout the Jemez valley. Some are on public land, others are on private land and open to the public for a fee.  Bathing suits are required at all hot springs.

Giggling Springs Giggling Springs
Privately owned outdoor natural hot spring pools along the Jemez River, available by the hour or with a day pass, gift shop.

575-829-9175
Jemez Springs Bath House
Jemez Springs Bath House

Village owned and operated spa facilities providing natural mineral hot springs with indoor soaking tubs, wraps and massage.

575-829-3303 or toll free 866-204-8303
Cañon del Rio
Cañon del Rio Retreat and Spa
Six adobe-style rooms, outdoor swimming pool, indoor spa facilities (no hot springs), massage services.  Located on the Jemez river, breakfast included, call or book online.

575-829-4377

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.

Soda Dam

Soda Dam - Located 1 mile north of Jemez Springs, the Jemez River pours through this amazing limestone rock formation, a small mineral spring trickles nearby. The stone that forms Soda Dam is some of the oldest in the entire Jemez Valley.

GPS: 35.793 N, 106.685 W

McCauley Warm Springs

McCauley Warm Springs - Accessible from either Battleship Rock (5 miles north of Jemez Springs on highway 4) or Jemez Falls Campground (14 miles north of Jemez Springs). Park at either location for the roughly 2.5 mile hike in to the springs.

GPS: 35.820 N, 106.627 W

Spence Hot Springs

Spence Hot Springs - 7 miles north of Jemez 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.

GPS: 35.849 N, 106.629 W

 

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