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Discover Jemez Springs, NM

The small village of Jemez Springs is a community perched up in the Jemez Mountains. The small mountaintop oasis is mostly a summertime vacation destination, and the town has fewer than 400 full time residents. This fascinating enclave located entirely within the confines of the Santa Fe National Forest is only two hours north of Albuquerque, and just a few hours’ drive to Santa Fe in your Jemez Springs rental RV. Despite being within driving distance of major cities, Jemez Springs retains its small-town charm and isolated solitude.

The fertile Jemez Valley was home to Pueblo Native people for 4,500 years, and many of their iconic structures remain close to town to this day. The historic little town also contains ruins of missions and churches built over 400 years ago by the Spanish and provides a fantastic sense of history and culture to those that visit. Additionally, Jemez Springs is full of natural hot springs which soothe and calm those looking for relaxation during their next vacation.

Book an RV in Jemez Springs for an ideal way to tour the area. An RV rental in Jemez Springs offers you the flexibility to see both the town and the wonderful state of New Mexico, which has many secrets to disclose and magical moments to share.

Experience the Sites and Scenery

A short drive north or south on NM-4 in your Jemez Springs camper rental will bring you to many exciting places, helping you to enjoy the gorgeous state of New Mexico, widely known as the “Land of Enchantment”, and for good reason, too. In fact, you need not even leave town to find yourself in the sprawling Santa Fe National Forest and its 1.5 million acres of protected desert land and forest spanning two mountain ranges. This undeveloped area is mostly backcountry wilderness that is perfect for camping. Adjacent to the forest and not far from town is the Valles Caldera National Preserve, which is home to many endangered animals and the state of New Mexico’s largest herd of elk. The preserve is named for the Valles Caldera, a 13.7-mile wide hole in the Earth’s crust, and the area is peppered with tall grass meadows, volcanic lava domes, hot springs, and other geological phenomena. Jemez National Recreation Area sits next to the Preserve and attracts 1.6 million visitors a year who take part in its many outdoor activities like rock climbing, fishing, hunting, and hiking.

Packed neatly in this exciting area, don’t forget to take a ride to Bandelier National Monument in your Jemez Springs rental RV and surround yourself in the ancient ruins of the Pueblo people, who built many of the continent’s oldest recorded structures.

Carson National Forest is not too far when you rent an RV in Jemez Springs, and can be reached in a few short hours; it features Wheeler Peak, the tallest mountain in the state at 13,161 feet tall. The forest has six breathtaking wilderness areas, and many Pueblo adobe structures too.

If you don’t mind driving five hours in your Jemez Springs motorhome rental, Carlsbad Caverns National Park is well worth the trip. This geologist’s paradise features some of the most stunning sights you can possibly imagine, namely its massive underground cave systems under the Guadalupe Mountains which contain some of the largest chambers in the world. The park is also crucial to endangered bat species, and you can observe their migration and their daily exodus at sunset each day.

City Attractions

Although Jemez Springs is tiny, there is still some fun to be had in town. The Jemez State Monument is home to the remains of a 16th-century Native American pueblo structure as well as a 17th-century Spanish mission called San Jose de los Jemez. Here you can gain new perspective and learn a thing or two about the exciting convergence of cultures.

Nearby, the amazing Soda Dam will impress you; the Soda Dam is the result of a mineral buildup that has naturally blocked the Jemez River over the years. The Jemez Hot Springs are the perfect place to go if you seek to relax, unwind, and rehabilitate your body in the healing geothermal, mineral-rich waters. These outdoor natural springs provide many essential benefits for your skin and your general wellbeing when you submerge yourself in their heated waters.

Where to Park It

Since Jemez Springs is mostly known as an outdoors vacation spot, it is easy to find places to camp or stay when you rent an RV. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find a more suitable town to visit, with its unparalleled natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

Vista Linda Campground is close to town and has lots of campsites. Although you can park your RV here, there are no power hookups so you might have to rough it for a few days. Jemez Falls Campground is located in a ponderosa pine forest surrounded by tranquil meadows and is a nice isolated campground to relax and unwind. Jemez Falls, the largest waterfall in the Jemez Mountains, is a short distance away and a perfect hiking destination. Finally, Fenton Lake State Park is a good option because it leaves you in the general vicinity of all the major attractions Jemez Springs has to offer, and lets you camp beside a gorgeous fishing lake full of freshwater fish. With a little exploration in your Jemez Springs RV rental, you are sure to find many more incredible and hidden spots to camp!

RV Rentals in Jemez Springs, NM

Jemez Springs, NM is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Jemez Springs. Outdoorsy's Jemez Springs RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Jemez Springs are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Sand Dunes National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, San Juan National Forest, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, and Canyons of The Ancients National Monument.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
La Luz Trail Bernalillo New Mexico
Domingo Baca Trail #230 Albuquerque New Mexico
Lake Katherine via Winsor Trail Tererro New Mexico
Nambe Lake Trail Santa Fe New Mexico
Travertine Falls Tijeras New Mexico
McCauley Hot Springs Jemez Springs New Mexico
Pino Trail Chelwood Park New Mexico
Tent Rocks Trail Cochiti Pueblo New Mexico
Wheeler Peak via Williams Lake Trail Taos Ski Valley New Mexico
Atalaya Mountain Trail Santa Fe New Mexico

Nearby Campgrounds

Los Suenos de Santa Fe

campground Santa Fe, NM
Los Suenos de Santa Fe is nicely located near downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. This peaceful campground is surprisingly located right next to a truck rental business and busy road, but manages to keep a peaceful, quiet atmosphere anyway. The level spaces are large and treed, providing pockets of shade. The swimming pool is kept in good repair, as are all the facilities. Grab a lawn chair and relax with your favorite book or watch the sun rise over Atalaya Mountain. Take your furry friends for a walk along the dog run, or gather a group at the picnic pavilion. This pretty place is remarkably calm for a campground situated within an urban area, but that just means you are close to all the amenities you could ever want. Take a walk to the downtown and enjoy the proximity to many shops and restaurants, or take the bus to venture a little further.

Albuquerque North/Bernalillo KOA

campground Bernalillo, NM
Albuquerque North/Bernalillo KOA near Rio Rancho, New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, is a wonderful campground for a vacation. The park run by a dedicated staff is located in an oasis filled with flowers. The sites situated around a shady pool area are for pull thru RVs. The pool as well as a covered pavilion, playground, volleyball court, and horseshoes are available for all residents. There is also a book exchange, gift shop, and two dog parks. The gift shop has a wonderful selection of Native American crafts, snacks, drinks, RV supplies, and other essentials. The new express train leaves for downtown Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Belen from Bernalillo which is only a mile away. New Mexico has many great attractions including Indian ruins, ghost towns, pueblos, and much more. A free shuttle will take guests from the campgrounds to the Santa Ana Casino for an enjoyable evening of bowling, dining, and entertainment.

Stagecoach Stop RV Park

campground Rio Rancho, NM
Stagecoach Stop RV Park

Balloon View Homes and RV Park

campground Albuquerque, NM
Imagine looking up and watching hundreds of colorful hot air balloons decorate the sky like a polka-dotted masterpiece. If this sounds like your idea of a good time and you are looking for a new place to have some RV camping fun, check out Balloon View Homes and RV Park in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Located in the heart of the desert, you will be in for a relaxing and peaceful time when you take advantage of the amenities offered at this RV park. You can pull in and escape into a desert oasis, if only for just a little while. This park offers full-service hookups, free wi-fi, a pool that is open all year long, and plenty of beautiful scenery to marvel at. Balloon View Homes and RV Park is located in Sandia Mountain Range and offers quick access to a lot of great hiking. Stick around during Balloon Fiesta in be in for a breathtaking experience.

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