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Sandoval County
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264 S. Camino del Pueblo
Bernalillo, New Mexico

Pueblo of Jemez
Walatowa Visitor Center
7413 Highway 4
Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Learn more about the area. See what attractions can be found by viewing our Visitors Guide

Take time to enjoy a relaxing soak in the hot springs. Stay the night in your choice of Local Accomodations

Take a soak at the Jemez Springs Bath House

Jemez Springs Area

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Jemez Springs, New Mexico, Sandoval County

Jemez Springs is selected as the smallest ever All-American City in 1995. The quaint village is nestled amid high, volcanically layered mesa walls and offers a respite from your journey. Sample delicious cuisine at one of numerous restaurants and, after your meal, wander through local galleries. Treat yourself to a soak in the natural mineral waters of the bath house and make yourself at home in one of several local bed and breakfast inns. The pine scented nights are cool and quiet, filled only with the sound of rushing water.

Horseback Rides/Cross-country Skiing/Snowshoe – Wolf Canyon Scenic Guided Tours of Jemez Springs offer guided horseback tours of the Jemez Mountains and the San Pedro Park Wilderness area. Groups of up to 15 can be accommodated. Cross country skiing and snowshoeing trips are offered during the winter months. For more information call 505-829-3540.

Camping/Hiking – Stock up on hot dogs and cocoa mix at local stores and then venture into the Santa Fe National Forest. Jemez Springs offers a hospitable gateway to this National Recreation Area, wild and scenic rivers, and a National Scenic Byway.

Jemez Springs Bath House

Since its reopening in 1993, the Jemez Springs Bath House has become an insider's secret, popular with New Mexicans, celebrities and spa enthusiasts from all over the world. Off the beaten path of the Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Taos tourist centers, this historic mineral bath house is one of the best excuses for a visit to the Jemez Mountains and some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Southwest.

The bathhouse is well maintained but retains its historic charm. Every effort has been made to avoid the "institutional" feel of larger facilities. There are only eight large concrete individual tubs, each privately curtained. An outdoor cedar tub is available for groups of up to six. Both the baths and the outdoor tub are filled with 100% mineral water using a combination of hot water directly from the spring (154-186°F) and water that has been cooled in large outdoor tanks next to the bath house. For more information call 505-829-3303.



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