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McCauley Warm Springs

 
McCauley Warm Springs
 

Warm springs with two pools, one shallow and the other a bit deeper. Watch out for guppies who like to nibble your toes in the shallow one - it might tickle!

Hiking along Trail 137 can be accessed from Battleship Picnic Area. Trail 137 begins east of the round shelter. This is one of two tralheads that access McCauley Warm Springs, a distance of two miles. Parking for trail use only is loacted in the parking area just north of the Battleship Picnic Area entrance. The springs can also be reached from uphill at Jemez Falls on Trail 137.

Recreational Opportunities

Hiking, soaking

Seasons Accessible

All

Fees: NA

 ADA Accessibility Notes
Not ADA Accessible - narrow, 2-mile trail
 
 Pet Friendly Notes
Pets on leash or restrained while in the area
 

For More Information, Contact:

US Forest Service Jemez Ranger District

http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/sfe/districts/jemez/poi/spence.htm
Highway 4, Jemez Springs, NM 87025
575-829-3535
 

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Latitude: 35.820000000
Longitude: -106.627000000
Elevation: 7362 FT (2244 M)
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