|Our first stop was for our favorite road meal at Sweet Tomatoes in Albuquerque. Now that is a Salad!!!!!|
|The entrance to Faywood Hot Springs|
|The new Visitor's Center check in.|
|The new Faywood Office|
|The new Faywood Store and Museum area.|
|The Camping Area with electric and water hookups.|
|Soak Pool Area Art Work.|
|The campground hot soaks. Far side HOT, middle COOL, closest JUST RIGHT!!!!! There is a shower and bathrooms adjacent.|
|There are a ton of cute and hungry cats on the property (peacocks too, but we didn't see them this visit).|
|One of the clothing required pools.|
|One of the Private "Watsu" Pools (extra fee).|
|One of the soaks near the clothing optional campsites. It was cleaning morning. The water is normally very clear.|
|Which one is Greg?|
We've visited Faywood quite a few times. We like to go there to warm up during winter months. Faywood maintains a rustic charm and prices that are lower then a lot of other hot springs places we have visited that have been yuppified in recent years.
The amazing City of Rocks State Park is just a few miles north and well worth a visit for a cool hike.
You can read about our previous Faywood visits:
Next up: Headed to El Dorado Hot Springs, West of Phoenix.