Jemez Springs is a village in Sandoval County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 1,788 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Sandoval County. Jemez Springs is known for its hot springs, which have been used for therapeutic purposes for centuries by the indigenous people of the area. The hot springs are now a popular tourist destination.
Jemez Springs is located in the Jemez Mountains, which are part of the larger Rocky Mountains. The Jemez Mountains are a volcanic field that includes the Valles Caldera, a large crater that was formed by a volcanic eruption. The Jemez Mountains are home to the Santa Fe National Forest, which is a popular recreation area.
The village of Jemez Springs is located near the Spence Hot Springs, which are a series of hot springs that flow into the Jemez River. The Spence Hot Springs are the largest and most popular of the Jemez Springs, and they are located just a short drive from the village.
The Jemez Springs are a popular destination for tourists, and the village has a number of hotels, restaurants, and shops. The Jemez Springs are also a popular destination for hikers, and there are a number of trails in the area.