and Event Center
264 S. Camino del Pueblo
Bernalillo, New Mexico
Pueblo of Jemez
Walatowa Visitor Center
7413 Highway 4
Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico
View the spectacular scenery of the Jemez Mountain Trail Photo Gallery
Take time to enjoy a relaxing soak in the hot springs. Stay the night in your choice of Local Accomodations
Bandelier National Monument
Bandelier National Monument is a wonderful place to see the ruins of many cliff houses and pueblo style dwellings of 13th-century Pueblo Indians. The Monument is a special place to learn about the history of the Jemez Mountain Trail area. This monument has exhibitions and self-guided tours. Ranger-guided tours are also given upon request. Currently, over 500,000 people visit this and Jemez State Monument every year. For more information call 505-672-3861.
Camping/Hiking/Fishing – Head west from Bandelier National Monument on Hwy 4 and find abundant camping spots in ponderosa pine forests or alpine meadows. Along the Jemez River is Las Conchas Campground and also in Jemez Springs, just six miles to the east of Las Conchas and one mile south of Hwy 4, is Jemez Falls Campground. Redondo Campground is one of the largest sites in the area, but more remote sites can be found nearby. Several hiking trails can be accessed easily from this area. North along Hwy 126 toward Fenton Lake is San Antonio Campground, which is handicap accessible and boasts some great fishing spots. For information, call the Jemez Ranger District office at 505-829-3535.
Just east of Bandelier is White Rock, where you will find restaurants, a hotel, a tourist information center and the White Rock Overlook and Park with breathtaking views of the Rio Grande Valley. For more information contact the White Rock Tourist Information Center at 800-444-0707.