Tips and Tricks

Are there fire restrictions in Jemez?

Are there fire restrictions in Jemez?

*****FIRE RESTRICTIONS***** Santa Fe National Forest, Jemez Ranger District currently has no fire restrictions.. Fire danger is rated as MODERATE.

Is camping allowed in Jemez?

Have a wonderful stay camping in the Jemez Mountains. Campground has 52 camp sites with picnic table and fire ring. Paved access which allows trailers and RV’s up to 40 feet. There is paved access from the highway and paved internal roads to individual campsites.

Is Jemez Falls camping open?

Come prepared for warm summer days and cooler nights. Jemez Falls, largest waterfall in the Jemez Mountains, is close by….At a Glance.

Current Conditions: Closed for the season. Create a reservation up to six months in advance through or by calling toll free 1-877-444-6777.
Operated By: Forest Service

What forest is Jemez in?

Santa Fe National Forest
Located in Santa Fe National Forest, the U.S. Forest Service recreation area comprises 57,650 acres (23,330 ha) and is administered by the U.S. Forest Service’s Jemez Ranger District….

Jemez National Recreation Area
Established 1993
Governing body United States Forest Service

Are fires allowed in NM?

Campfires: Banned in all open areas including New Mexico State Parks unless the following exceptions are met: For cooking or heating devices that use kerosene, white gas or propane as a fuel in an improved camping area that is cleared of all flammable vegetation for at least 30 feet or has a water source.

Are there fire restrictions in New Mexico?

Open Burning: Open fires are restricted. This includes the burning of cropland, fields, rangeland, debris burning, slash piles, prescribed burning or weed burning. There is an exception for open burning on croplands that are irrigated.

What tribe is Jemez?

The Pueblo of Jemez (pronounced “Hay-mess” or traditionally as “He-mish”) is one of the 19 pueblos located in New Mexico. It is a federally recognized American Indian tribe with 3,400 tribal members, most of whom reside in a puebloan village that is known as “’Walatowa” (a Towa word meaning “this is the place”).

Are there fire restrictions at Jemez Falls?

There are currently no fire restrictions. *****CAMPGROUND RESERVATIONS***** You may reserve campground space (when required) at both Jemez Falls and San Antonio Campgrounds at the following webpage: https:/

Can You camp on the Jemez Mountains in July?

The Jemez Mountains are beautiful right now and will continue to blossom as the July rains continue. In spite of the recent moisture, Level I Fire Restrictions remain in place. Campfires and charcoal are allowed in designated campgrounds only. Propane grills and stoves are OK in dispersed camping areas.

When are the sfnf-Jemez Ranger District campgrounds open?

All Forest Service campgrounds within the SFNF-Jemez Ranger District are now open for public use effective Friday, May 14th. Fenton Lake State Park will open all of their campsites for public use by reservation only on Saturday, May 15th.

Are Wood permits available in the Santa Fe National Forest?

***Wood permits are now available. Because the forest service office remains closed, permits will be issued through the mail. The following forest roads within the Santa Fe National Forest, Jemez Ranger District, are now for camping and other recreational use…FR10, 144, FR376 (south of Hwy 126), 378 (Barley Canyon) and FR 289 (Dome Road).