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Best things to do in Jemez Springs

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Great place for a Rustic & Historical dining/drinking experience with a friendly & courteous staff. ”
9 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Great place for a soak or massage in Natural Hot Spring water with natural minerals & irons for nurturing ,soothing experience.”
6 locals recommend
Hot Spring
“Beautiful setting! Relaxing and exceptionally gorgeous drive to Jemez Springs! Visit Ponderosa Winery and drive through Valle Grande National Monument/Park”
5 locals recommend
“Site of ancient Pueblo village of Giusewa and mission church. On October 6, 2018 this is the location of the 18th Annual New Mexico Archaeology Fair, which should be cool and is free.”
3 locals recommend
“A little bit pricey, but everything on their menu is excellent. Their desserts and baked goods are especially wonderful!”
4 locals recommend
“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. ”
18 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“In Jemez Springs there are a number of places to enjoy the relaxing mineral water. They’re all great and unique. ”
2 locals recommend
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“The mesas overlooking Jemez Springs and lining Hwy 4 offer great hiking, mountain biking, ATV roads, vista points, etc. A good access road is FR 10, a dirt road, from Sierra Los Pinos or Ponderosa. ”
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
1 local recommends
“Check out all the historic information about the Jemez. There is a Zen Center, a Monastery, a Bath House, in addition to several guided hikes and breathtaking views”
1 local recommends
“Great place for good food & spirits. Large screen TV'S, craft brews, & a Friendly ,Courteous staff. ”
1 local recommends