A Secluded Glampground In New Mexico, Faywood Hot Springs Is An Utterly Relaxing Getaway

If camping sounds like fun but the idea of roughing it doesn’t appeal, consider staying at a glampground and hot springs resort in New Mexico. While it’s possible to tent camp at Faywood Hot Springs, which is located between Silver City and Deming, there are other, cushier options. Enjoy a mini nature retreat, with some of the comforts of home, by booking a stay in one of the resort’s rustic cabins. Sleep in a real bed, surrounded by solid walls and – best of all – you can slip into the restorative waters of the resort’s natural hot springs and let any tension float away.

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Gas up your vehicle before leaving town. You won’t want to waste any time on mundane tasks when you could be relaxing at this tranquil glampground.

Faywood Hot Springs in New Mexico is close to City of Rocks State Park and the Gila National Forest and Wilderness so there are boundless opportunities to explore the great outdoors.

The resort is located at 165 Highway 61 in Faywood. Visit the website here for more information or to make a reservation (recommended but not required).

Address: Faywood Hot Springs, New Mexico 88034, USA
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Hot Springs Resort In New Mexico

July 01, 2020

What are the most unique places to spend the night in New Mexico?

You can do more than just glamping in New Mexico. The Land of Enchantment has quite a few unique places to stay. Did you know that you can stay in a cave hotel? Kokopelli’s Cave is a natural cave that has been transformed to have a 1,700-square-foot room with all the amenities you could ever want. You can stay in some of the iconic, historic spots along Route 66, such as the Blue Swallow Motel in Tucumcari or the El Rancho Hotel in Gallup. Plus, there are many beautiful camping areas through the state’s gorgeous wilderness.

What’s the most beautiful campground in New Mexico?

A hot springs campground in New Mexico is certainly luxurious, but when it comes to raw, natural beauty to be enjoyed with a night under the stars it’s hard to beat Heron Lake State Park’s gorgeous campground. There are plenty of campsites there where you can enjoy views of the lake and the landscape around it. Add on the immense amount of fun activities to fill your days – from the watersports to the trails – and there are few better places to enjoy camping in the Land of Enchantment.

What are the best little known hot springs in New Mexico?

There are many fantastic hot springs in New Mexico, from popular spots like Ojo Caliente to the lesser-known places. The town of Truth or Consequences has great hot springs, such as the outdoor Riverbed Hot Springs or the indoor Sierra Grande Lodge spas. For natural, rugged hot springs that take a bit of a hike to reach, go to the San Antonio Hot Springs near Los Alamos. A bit of warm, relaxation in a hot spring definitely does the body good, and NM has plenty of great choices.

Address: Faywood Hot Springs, New Mexico 88034, USA