The water is crystal clear and ranges in temperature from warm to hot, making it the perfect spot for a soak in nature.
Located about an hour’s drive from Santa Fe, this is a popular destination for those seeking a full-service hot springs resort experience.
You can purchase a day soaking pass for $45-$65 and enjoy their natural hot springs and they recently added on the largest saltwater pool in Santa Fe.
The spa features a variety of soaking pools, including a cold plunge and a sauna, as well as spa treatments like massage and acupuncture.
If you’re looking for a more rustic hot springs experience, the bath house which dates back to the 1800s, features three natural hot springs pools fed by the Jemez River aquifer.
Once you arrive, you’ll be rewarded with a series of terraced hot springs pools overlooking a picturesque mountain vista.