Spend a Relaxing Day at the Best New Mexico Hot Springs
It has been long believed that the volcanic aquifers that flow deep beneath the ground contain mineral waters with special healing abilities. These waters rise from their underground keep into many different springs throughout the state. The springs have been used to revitalize and heal for thousands of years, and now it's your turn! Discover natural relaxation and rejuvenation at one of our nearby New Mexico hot springs.
New Mexico Hot Springs are only the beginning! Take a look at our Free Vacation Guide for even more activities and attractions you will discover near our bed and breakfast inn.
Our Favorite New Mexico Hot Springs
As one of the oldest natural health resorts in the country, Ojo Caliente prides itself on its geothermal mineral waters. It is also the only hot spring in the world that contains four kinds of mineral-enriched water including lithia, iron, soda, and arsenic. Whether you are looking for remedies to the immune system, your skin conditions, annoying digestive problems, or even depression, the pools are considered beneficial to your health. You will have your choice of 11 different pools that range in temperature from 80-109 degrees.
Several New Mexico hot springs are scattered throughout the Jemez Valley. While not all of them are available for public use, you are permitted to visit these reviving pools:
Soda Dam- This dam is formed by a stone which stands as one of the oldest in Jemez Valley. The limestone formation is accompanied by a small mineral spring that is open for your enjoyment.
McCauley Warm Springs- After a 3.8-mile trek just outside of Jemez Springs, you will be greeted by a beautiful hot spring featuring a waterfall. The trail is accessible all year round and your furry friends are welcome to join you.
Spence Hot Springs- This spring must also be reached by hiking, but the trail only stretches .7 miles. You'll love the re-energizing waters that are surrounded by New Mexico's beautiful nature.
Ten Thousand Waves
This unique resort was inspired by the great Japanese mountain hot springs. Just ten minutes outside of Santa Fe, you will find beautiful outdoor tubs that reflect the Japanese sense of serenity. There are 9 tubs to choose from, most of which can be rented for private use.Your admission will also include access to the saunas, sun decks, cold plunge, and more. During your visit, be sure to check out their izakaya dining restaurant, which features authentic Japanese cuisine.
Discover Even More Relaxation at Casa Escondida
After your visit to the New Mexico hot springs, return to our quaint bed and breakfast inn in the quiet town of Chimayo. Our secluded inn boasts cozy guestrooms and a traditional New Mexican ambiance. However, you will also enjoy proximity to all the area's activities and attractions. You may also want to indulge in our relaxation package, an experience that brings the spa directly to you! Book with us today and we look forward to hosting you soon!