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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Santa Fe Airport?

    The price for luggage storage near Santa Fe Airport starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Santa Fe Airport?

    There are multiple locations in the Santa Fe Airport area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Rail Runner - Kewa Station, Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF), and Amtrak and all over Santa Fe.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Santa Fe Airport?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Santa Fe Airport.

  • Are there storage lockers near Santa Fe Airport?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Santa Fe Airport area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Santa Fe Airport and in the broader Santa Fe area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Santa Fe Airport?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Santa Fe Airport are Taco Bell, McDonald's, and Panera Bread.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Santa Fe Airport?

    Check out the nearby Las Acequias Park, Agua Fria Park, and Herb Martinez Park.


Despite its relatively small size, Santa Fe, New Mexico, offers a robust selection of activities, culture, history, landmarks, and things to do. It blends old and new, natural and artificial, native and international. There are relaxing spas and grueling hikes. There are modern art installations showcased alongside deeply-spiritual folk art. There’s a dichotomy to Santa Fe’s cultural offerings that is effortlessly cool and endlessly fascinating. 

With charming streets lined with adobe buildings, there’s a rich Native American and Spanish colonial heritage that’s pervasive throughout downtown and the smaller cities that dot the surrounding landscape. Whether it’s traditional Native American arts and crafts or contemporary works from the countless artists-in-residence, Santa Fe has an arts scene that rivals cities like New York or London. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Santa Fe for its access to a number of state and national parks. The surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains are perfect for adventures like hiking, skiing, and hot air ballooning, and these trails and terrain are all within a short drive. 

If that sounds like a handful, that’s because it is. Santa Fe has so much to pack into a few days that you’ll want to be able to get around quickly and conveniently. Lugging heavy bags around will only get in the way. Fortunately, services like Bounce have a number of affordable luggage storage locations in Santa Fe. 

Here’s everything you need to know about luggage storage near Santa Fe Airport:

About Santa Fe Airport 

Santa Fe Airport (SAF), or officially Santa Fe Regional Airport, is a small airport located about 10 miles southwest of downtown Santa Fe. Santa Fe Airport offers direct flights to and from major hubs like Dallas/Fort Worth, Phoenix, and Denver, making it accessible for travelers from a few markets. While it’s a perfectly functional airport, most travelers fly into the larger Albuquerque International Airport before making their way to the more scenic Santa Fe. 

Because of its size, passengers will enjoy an expedited experience going through the security measures and boarding process. There are no luggage lockers at the airport, unfortunately. The best options for luggage storage Santa Fe has to offer are available through Bounce. We operate a number of convenient locations near downtown. 

Top attractions near Santa Fe Airport 

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum luggage storage

One of the most famous residents of New Mexico and her legendary paintings have been honored by this stylish and fascinating museum. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is conveniently located downtown and well worth a visit for arts and cultural enthusiasts. There are no luggage storage facilities on site, so stop by one of the Bounce spots nearby before heading in.

Meow Wolf luggage storage

This immersive arts facility and music venue offers mind-bending installations, multimedia exhibits, and a surreal journey through an altered reality. It’s been one of Santa Fe’s premier attractions since it opened, and it’s revered among fans of psychedelic music and art. This trippy gallery doesn’t have lockers, so you’ll want to find a place to store luggage before you arrive.

Santa Fe Plaza luggage storage

Located in the heart of the city, the historic Santa Fe Plaza is surrounded by traditional adobe buildings. Local vendors and food trucks open up shop in the plaza and offer a lively atmosphere. There are frequent live music and cultural events throughout the year, so you never know what you’ll find at this vibrant square. 

Atalaya Mountain Trail luggage storage 

This scenic trail is easily one of the best hiking spots near Santa Fe. It’s moderately challenging but rewards hikers with superb views of the city and the surrounding topography. It's only a 15-minute drive from the city center to the trailhead, so you can easily do the hike in a few hours during the morning (ideal during summer) or the afternoon (ideal during fall and winter).

Transportation options at Santa Fe Airport 

Car rentals

Most major car rental agencies operate at Santa Fe Airport, as well as downtown. Having a set of wheels is especially useful if you’re exploring the surrounding area for hiking and camping. Driving is also the only convenient way to reach other cities near Santa Fe. Keep in mind the opening hours of these agencies are limited at the airport. 

Taxis and rideshare services

Taxis and rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are the most convenient and direct transportation options, but they can be expensive. You can easily request a ride with Uber from the designated pick-up area outside the terminal.

Shuttle services

Shuttle services offer shared transportation from the airport to various places around Santa Fe, like local hotels, specific landmarks, and convention centers. 

Public transportation

Santa Fe Trails is a local bus service that offers limited bus routes that connect the airport to downtown Santa Fe. It’s a budget-friendly option for those staying downtown, but the service has specific hours and certain limitations. 

Local tips and insider info

  • Prepare for the altitude. Santa Fe sits at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, so it's important to take it easy and give yourself time to adjust to the high altitude by staying hydrated and being aware of any symptoms of altitude sickness. Hikers will especially want to drink plenty of water. Limiting alcohol intake is also advisable.
  • Enjoy Mexican cuisine. Santa Fe is renowned for its unique culinary offerings that blend flavors from New Mexican, Native American, and international cuisines. Absolutely don't skip favorites like green chile stew, enchiladas, and sopapillas. 
  • Treat yourself to a spa day. Santa Fe is known for its rejuvenating spas and wellness retreats, which stem from the city’s destination as an artists’ retreat. Look into a local spa for a relaxing afternoon (or even an entire day), especially after a long hike or a late night.
  • Shop for authentic souvenirs. Santa Fe is a treasure trove of Native American jewelry, handwoven textiles, pottery, and other artisanal creations. It’s one of their most distinctive offerings, and looking into local shops owned by Native Americans is the best way to find the most authentic piece. Make sure to avoid chain store locations for these keepsakes.


Between the incredible arts scene and natural beauty, there is so much to do in Santa Fe that the last thing you need will be lugging around your heavy bag. Fortunately, Bounce has convenient locations in downtown Santa Fe including Cerrillos Road and Zafarano Drive. In fact, regardless of whether you connect to Santa Fe Airport via Denver or Dallas or if you drive from El Paso Airport, there are Bounce locations near each hub to store luggage.

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