Riverbend Hot Springs Resort/Hostel

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This smoke-free hot springs resort of 7 private rooms offers a glorious mountain view from riverside rock tubs. 5 RV sites on opposite side of street are limited; phone ahead for availability. Hot mineral baths (103-107 temperatures year round) are free from check-in until 10PM (closing) and free again the next morning until 10AM. After checkout, regular soak fees will apply. Clothing required. Private enclosed riverside tubs available for additional fee. WIFI, laundry, shower, barbecue and picnic tables. Resort is walking distance from restaurants, museum, shopping, art galleries, and City park.

Phone: (505) 894-7625

Max RV Length: 40

Latitude/Longitude: 33.127569 , -107.250329

Total Sites: 5

Camping Season: Year Round


  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi


I-25 to Exit 79, turn right & proceed on Date Street 1-1/2 miles to 3rd St. (only traffic light in town). Turn left on 3rd, then take immediate right on Cedar Street, proceed two long blocks to a stop sign. Pull through one long block and follow river on your left; street curves to become Austin Street. Entering from the north, RV sites are on the right or East side of the street, and the office is on the left. Pull into reserved site, then check in at office. Pulling in from the south may require an alternate entry into sites. Phone ahead.

Reservation Info

Only 5 RV sites; phone ahead for reservations!

Cancellation Policy

24 hours ahead for refund


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Holy Cow !!!


January 11, 2007

We were really looking forward to this stop as a destination, based on the Passport America Listing and the website. When we arrived at this difficult-to-find place, we could see nothing that resembled an RV park! We pulled to the side of the road and I hiked off in search of information. I was greeted by a free-roaming pitbull-like dog and a scruffy-looking person chasing after the dog. I made an immediate decision to seek no further information. To be honest, we did not stay at this "RV Park". We hightailed it out of there and went up the road a few miles to the State Park, which was gorgeous! We later came back into town, curious about this "RV Park". Well...a picture is worth a thousand words. See my pictures.

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