Welcome to the City of Santa Fe Parks and Open Space Division
Santa Fe boasts 68 developed parks, 26 undeveloped parks, and 170 miles of trails. The parks offer a variety of amenities, including ball fields, tennis courts, disc golf, playgrounds/tot lots, ADA walking paths, picnic shelters, swimming pools, and barbecue grills. One of the most well-known parks is the historic plaza. Santa Fe also offers six regional parks, two skate parks, the Railyard Park, and a golf course.
- Reserve a Park
- Trails for Hiking, Biking, and Walking
- Prescription Trails Guides
- Community Gardens
- Fun Facts about Santa Fe Parks
- Parks in City Council District 1*
- Parks in City Council District 2*
- Parks in City Council District 3*
- Parks in City Council District 4*
Regional parks, Golf, and the Railyard
- Bicentennial Park / Alto Bicentennial Swimming Pool | District 1
- General Franklin E. Miles Park | District 4
- Municipal Recreation Complex (MRC) | located in rural Santa Fe County | Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe
- Ragle Park | District 4
- Railyard Park and Plaza
The 13-acre Santa Fe Railyard Park and Plaza are owned by the City and managed by the Railyard Corporation. The Railyard Park Conservancy maintains the Park and Plaza in coordination with the City's Parks Division.
- Salvador Perez Park | District 2
- SWAN - Southwest Area Node | Regional park just opened up at the end of Jaguar Drive and Tierra Contenta | District 3
Planning and Funding
Santa Fe parks and plazas are open daily from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.