Many people have heard of the hot springs in Idaho, you may not be aware of the abundance of hot springs in New Mexico’s forests, hotels, lodges, and resorts.
Here, we will cover the 29 best hot springs of New Mexico to help you plan an unforgettable trip.
Blackstone Hotsprings is a quirky hotel with themed rooms and hot spring baths. Each room has its own mineral water feature in the ensuite bathroom, but you don’t have to be a guest to enjoy a good soak.
If you like the sound of camping near hot springs, the Artesian Bath House is the spot for you. The campground has room for 36 RVs, and there are eight private drain-and-fill tubs in private rooms.
Artesian Bath House and RV Park
There is a mineral water source right beneath the property that feeds the motel’s hot spring baths with water at a piping 113°F. All motel guests are allotted one bath per person per day, but the public can access the baths, too.
Charles Motel and Spa
The Firewater Lodge Hot Springs Spa is a fantastic oasis from your routine life. Every room has its own mineral hot tub, and you can also get relaxing massage and reflexology treatments at the spa.
Firewater Lodge Hot Springs Spa
The La Paloma Hot Springs resort is home to two ninety-year-old bathhouses fed with artesian mineral water. An hour-long soak costs $12 (£9) per person in the indoor pools and $15 for the private outdoor pools.
La Paloma Hot Springs and Spa