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Jemez Springs Aims To Increase January Visitation With Free Discount Punch Cards

on December 17, 2017 - 5:17am

Jemez Springs. Courtesy/westerntrips


JEMEZ SPRINGS — More than a dozen businesses in Jemez Springs are offering steep discounts and incentives to encourage visitation in the month of January with a “Spring Up to Jemez Springs” punch card, valid Jan. 2-31, 2018 only.

“January is typically the slowest month of the year in terms of visitation, mainly due to a decrease in post-holiday travel, so we are hoping to see an increase in overnight stays and are offering this free punch card to incentivize visitation,” said Village of Jemez Springs Mayor Bob Wilson. “Spring may be months away but with our area attractions and soothing hot springs, Jemez Springs is a great retreat in which to unplug and reconnect.”

Spring Up to Jemez Springs punch cards include discounts at art galleries, retreat centers, shops, restaurants and overnight stays at lodging facilities. The punch cards are available now at no charge to visitors at the following locations until they run out: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, El Zocalo in Bernalillo, both the Loma Colorado and Esther Bone Public Libraries in Rio Rancho, and numerous businesses in Jemez Springs.

Though the punch cards erroneously indicate a date of 2017, they are valid in 2018 between Jan. 2 and 31 only.

Jemez Springs is less than an hour north of Albuquerque. Village attractions include: commercial bath houses with hot springs soaks/services, Jemez Historic Site, galleries, shops and restaurants. Area attractions include Soda Dam, Gilman Tunnels, a local winery, Valles Caldera National Preserve, stream fishing, picnicking, hiking and other outdoor activities.

Punch cards are provided by: Jemez Valley Credit Union, Jemez Hot Springs, Casa Blanca Guest House and Cottage and Laughing Lizard Inn. For more information including updates on locations where cards can be picked up, visit or Facebook/ JemezSprings.