Soaking in hot springs is the perfect activity for absolutely any time of the year. The trick, however, is finding a spot near you with hot springs, gorgeous views, and enough to do outside of the water to make your stay feel worthwhile. Jemez Springs in New Mexico has all of this and more and is ideal whether you're traveling alone or with your crew. 

The gorgeous Jemez Springs is open year-round and is only about an hour north of Albuquerque.

However, due to the current situation, Jemez Springs is temporarily closed. Checking their website frequently for updates on when it'll open again is highly encouraged!

Whether you're planning a visit during one of the hotter seasons or one of the cooler seasons, you'll be totally set at this ideal vacation destination.

From the moment you dip your toes into one of their hot springs to the moment you walk out, you'll feel completely refreshed from the water.

While you're soaking, you'll have views of the Jemez Mountains that are out of this world. If you're planning a visit in the fall, you'll be lucky enough to see orange, brown, and red leaves.

Once you've spent enough time in the hot springs (though honestly no amount of time is ever enough) you can take a hike along the Jemez Mountain Trail Scenic Byway and take in all that the area has to offer.

Each hot spring at Jemez Springs is accessible via hikes that range from easy to challenging. The longer the hike, the more rewarding the spring that you end up at is.

There's Spence Hot Springs near Soda Dam, McCauley Hot Springs close to Battleship Rock, and San Antonio Hot Springs in the Santa Fe National Forest to choose from.

Those looking to stay the night, dine, and enjoy a variety of entertainment will be in luck at Jemez Springs. They've got you covered no matter what you're in the mood for.

To learn more and plan your trip accordingly, you can visit their website for detailed information.

Jemez Springs

Price: 💸💸

Address: Jemez Springs, NM

Why You Need To Go: These hot springs will leave you refreshed and wanting to come back time and time again.


We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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