Faywood Hot Springs - A geothermal spa resort that has several outdoor public and private soaking pools. There are separate clothing-required, clothing-optional and private bathing areas. There are also private cabins, tent sites for camping, pull through RV sites with full hook ups, travel trailers and a teepee for overnight lodging accommodations. Massage therapy, picnicking, hiking, bird watching, horseback riding and relaxing solitude also available. Building a new Visitor's Center which will have a cafe, museum and gift shop. firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on HWY 61, 2 miles east of the intersection of HWY 61 and HWY 180. This is between Deming and Silver City, NM (505) 536-9663 Small Fee
Also a NM state park is about a mile or so away, City of Rocks State Park.
Back in the late '70's a ranger told us about the hot springs, it was just some pools and one could soak in them, no fee, no one around. But it has been expanded since then, it was in ruins from it's former hay day in the late 1880's in the '70's. They are trying to come back.
Other New Mexico hot springs can be found at this NMSU and The Rural Economic Development Through Tourism site:
There are many hot springs found in the national forests in NM but one should use care in them:
Notes on Meningitis - A number of fatalities have occurred nation-wide from a rare form of meningitis caused by an amoeba (Naegleria fowleri) that inhabits warm water and soils worldwide. The organism enters the brain through the nasal passages and produces a runny nose or sore throat, severe headache and possibly death within a few days. Bathers are advised not to immerse their heads and to keep their noses out of the water.