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Jemez River

Soda Dam

Jemez Falls


Click here to read article from ABQ Journal 6.04.


Frommer's: "The inn/retreat sits on a long bow of the Jemez River, a small, fast-flowing stream lined with cottonwoods. Built in 1994, the inn has clean lines and comfortable rooms, each named after a Native American tribe. I stayed in the Hopi room, a queen that wasn't large but was well planned, with built-in drawers and many amenities. All rooms have sliding glass doors that open out to a patio where there's a fountain. The beds are comfortably firm, with good reading lights. The Great Room has a cozy welcoming feel, as well as a large table where breakfast is served family-style."


Our Highway in the Fall




We welcome skiers, fishermen and hunters.


Be sure to stay with us when you visit New Mexico for the:

The Caldera in Winter




Jemez Springs  

From Albuquerque: Take I-25 north approximately 15 miles to Exit 242. Go west on US Hwy 550 towards Cuba approximately 25 miles. At San Ysidro turn right onto Hwy 4 and continue 17 miles to the village of Jemez Springs. Approximately 75 minutes driving time.

From Santa Fe: Take Hwy 84/285 north towards Espanola approximately 15 miles to Hwy 502, a left lane exit, towards Los Alamos. After approximately 12 miles take Hwy 4 towards White Rock and Bandelier. Continue on Hwy 4 for about 55 miles to Jemez Springs.

Los Ojos Restaurant and Saloon


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