City of Santa Fe Parks & Open Spaces
City parks offer a wide variety of amenities, including baseball fields, softball 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.
Click Here to see the Parks Division Inventory with Features.
Parks Listed Alphabetically
Adam Gabriel Armijo Park - 1404 Cerro Gordo Road
Formerly known as Cerro Gordo Park, this park shares an entrance with the Maha Bodhi Buddhist Center.
5.68 acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Multi-Purpose Field
Amelia White Park - 981 Old Santa Fe Trail
The Amelia E. White Park is a passive park in the middle of an east-side Santa Fe neighborhood.
3.6 Acres - Picnic Tables - Multi-Purpose Field - Korean War Veterans Memorial.
Arroyo Sonrisa Park - 4508 Arroyo Sonrisa
Ashbaugh Park - 1703 Cerrillos Road
Located behind the Fire Station on the north side of Cerillos Road, this park can also be accessed on foot or by bicycle from the north end at Montano Street.
16.2 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Multi-Purpose Field.
Atalaya Park - 717 Camino Cabra
The park is just south of Atalaya Elementary School. Enter at the school parking lot.
4.33 Acres - Tennis Courts - Picnic Tables, Play Equipment - Park Shelter - BBQ Grills
Bicentennial Pool/Ron Shirley Alto Park, 1121 Alto Street
The swimming pool is open from late May through Labor Day.
Events or activities with 25 or more attendees require a reservation. Click Here to make reservations.
Ron Shirley Alto Park, a linear park alongside the Santa Fe River, offers passive and active uses close to community amenities such as the Bicentennial Outdoor Swimming Pool (summer only), Mary Esther Gonzales Senior Center, the nearby Aspen Community Magnet School, and NDI NM Dance Barns. With mature shade trees and connections to the regional Santa Fe River trail system, it is well-connected to local neighborhoods.
15.92 Acres / 5.1 Acres (Pool) - 1 Shelter With Two Benches (In Playground Area) - Paved Prescription Trail - Play Equipment - 8 Picnic Tables (All 8 Under Mature Shade Trees) - Basketball Courts - 5 Tennis Courts - 3 Baseball/Soccer/Football Fields - Restroom Facilities - Concession Stand - Meeting Room - 2 Parking Areas
Calle Alvarado Park - 2234 Calle Alvarado
4.8 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Multi-Purpose Field
Candelero Park - 2213 Brilliante Street
This is a neighborhood park.
6.6 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Basketball Courts - Multi-Purpose Field.
Cathedral Park - 131 Cathedral Place
This park is a shade-filled relaxing oasis off the historic Santa Fe Plaza and next to St. Francis Basilica Cathedral.
.62 acres - Park Benches - Multi-Purpose Grass Area
Cesar Chavez Park - 6251 Jaguar Drive
Cielo Vista Park - 1058 Calle Carmelita
It is located at the end of Golden Lane off of Agua Fria Street or at the end of El Carmelita on the west side of the road. The entrance is between two houses.
1.1 Acre - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Multi-Purpose Field
City Hall Park - 201 W. Marcy Street
Located outside Santa Fe's City Hall, this park is proud to host a sculpture of St. Francis by Gian Andrea Bacigalupa and the recently installed sculpture by Pojoaque Pueblo Governor George Rivera honoring Congressional Medal of Honor awardee Staff Sgt. Leroy A. Petry.
.68 acres - Park Benches
Cross of the Martyrs - 617 Paseo de Peralta
Located up a brick walking trail on the northeast side of Paseo de Peralta between E. Marcy Avenue and Otero Streets, this park connects to Prince Park.
On the walk to the top, there are a series of plaques detailing the City's history. The view from the top is spectacular in all directions. Public parking is available at the Convention Center.
2.35 acres - Picnic Tables - Multi-Purpose Field
DeVargas Park - 302 West DeVargas St.
Located along the downtown Santa Fe River, this park sits next to the historic Barrio Analco, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the City.
2.93 Acres - Skateboard Park - Picnic Tables - BBQ Grills, Trees, and Grass Along the River.
Don Diego Park - 713 Don Diego Court
This is a .23-acre pocket park that sits right on busy Cerrillos Road. The park showcases two pieces of public art and native landscaping.
Escondida Court - 1574 Escondido Court
This is a small neighborhood park: .49 acre - picnic tables.
General Franklin E. Miles Park - 1027 Camino Carlos Rey
At almost 30 acres, Franklin Miles Park offers a wide variety of passive and active use options. The park is excellent for having a picnic or watching a ball game. Don't miss the extraordinary murals next to the baseball fields!
21. 28.6 Acres - Park Shelter - BBQ Grills - Prescription Trail - 6 Acres Of Grass Open Space and Multi-Purpose Fields - Basketball Courts - Skate Park - Baseball Field - Tennis Courts - Restroom - Concession Stand - Meeting Room
Frank S. Ortiz DogPark - Camino de las Crucitas
This park is an off-leash dog park where dogs go with their owners to meet their friends and run loose in the beautiful and wild foothills. The parking lot entrance is on the southwest side of Camino de las Crucitas at Buckman Road.
135.29 acres - Picnic tables - Play equipment.
Frank S. Ortiz Park - Camino de las Crucitas
During WWII, this area was a Japanese internment camp. On the hill above the park is a memorial to the Japanese Americans interned here.
6.2 acres of Picnic Tables - Shade Structure - Play Equipment - Memorial.
Frenchy's Field - 2001 Agua Fria
Located at the intersection of Osage Avenue and Agua Fria, this popular park encompasses an open natural space along the Santa Fe River.
16.53 Acres - Community Garden - Barn/Community Center - Labyrinth - Play Equipment - Walking Path
Ft. Marcy Complex and Park/Mager's Field - 490 Bishops Lodge Road
30 Acres - Tennis Courts - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Soccer - Volleyball - Concession Stands - Restrooms - Multi-Purpose Field - Indoor Fitness Center and Pool.
Fort Marcy Ballpark - Murales Road
Galisteo Park - 2721 Galisteo Court
Located at the end of Galisteo Court off Galisteo between Camino Capitan and Rodeo Road, this park is a neighborhood play area and gathering place.
66 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Basketball Courts.
Genoveva Chavez Park - 3221 Rodeo Road
This park is outside the Genoveva Chavez Community Center, the City's regional recreation facility.
3.74 acres - play equipment - park shelter
Gregory Lopez Park - 1230 San Felipe Road
This well-loved park is tucked away in the Case Alegre Neighborhood.
1.9 acre - picnic tables - play equipment - BBQ grills - multi-purpose Field
Handball Court - Located on the northeast corner of Zia and Yucca
This is the only public handball court in the City. It is located at a busy intersection near Santa Fe High School and across from Ragle Park.
Harvey Cornell Rose Park - 1315 Galisteo Parkway
A long-time Santa Fe favorite, this park has been used for wedding photography and touch football games.
1.54 Acres - Rose Garden - Picnic Tables - BBG Grills - Grass and Trees
Herb Martinez Park - 2240 Camino Carlos Rey
This is a popular neighborhood park.
7.64 Acres - Picnic Tables - BBQ Grills - Basketball Courts - Tennis Courts - Multi-Purpose Field
John F. Griego Park (Barrio Park) - 1605 Paseo de la Conquistadora
Formerly named Barrio Park, this park is located on the Santa Fe River side of Camino de la Conquistadora. It is named for John F. R. Griego, USMC, Vietnam.
.92 Acre - Multi-Purpose Field - Play Equipment - Access To Santa Fe River Trail - Vietnam Veterans Memorial
La Resolana Park - 2904 Del Gusto
This is a neighborhood park located in the original Dale Bellamah neighborhood.
7.64 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Multi-Purpose Field
Larragoite Park - Agua Fria and Cristobal Colon
This neighborhood park sits on both sides of Avenida Cristobal Colon.
11.52 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter - Multi-Purpose Field - Tennis, Basketball, And Volleyball Courts.
Las Acequias Park - 1100 Calle Atajo
This neighborhood park includes tiled structures that pay homage to the acequia farming system historically conducted in this area.
6.49 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter - BBQ Grills - Multi-Purpose Field
Las Estancias Park - 1234 La Silla Dorada
Neighborhood Pocket Park with connections to the Arroyo Chamisos Trail.
5.68 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter
Los Hermanos Park - 1621 La Cieneguita Road
Located on the west side of La Cieneguita between Agua Fria Street and Cerrillos Road, this park serves the families and seniors who live nearby.
3.7 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Basketball Courts - Multi-Purpose Field
Los Milagros Park - 4056 Los Milagros
This is a small neighborhood park located off Airport Road.
1.2 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Grass Area - Park Benches
Maclovia Park - 1202 Maclovia Street
This small neighborhood park in the Casa Alegre Neighborhood includes a community garden.
.2 Acre - Picnic Table - Play Equipment - Park Shelter
Maloof Park - Galisteo and Camino Capitan
Marc Brandt- 3210 Siringo Road
This park is in an arroyo in the middle of the original Dale Bellamah neighborhood. It has been developed to make the best use of the terrain and the water that flows through it. The park starts past Camino de las Campanas and ends at Richards Avenue
2.62 Acres - Walking Trail - Picnic Tables - Park Benches - Shade Trees.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park - 2738 Calle Serena
This is a small neighborhood park just off Rodeo Road.
1.28 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter - Soccer Fields - 1/2 Ball Court.
Monica Lucero - 2356 Avenida de las Campanas
Located immediately adjacent to the Genoveva Chavez Center, the Arroyo Chamisos urban trail, and the south side Frisbee Golf course, this park is a true community gathering place with activities and space for all ages to enjoy.
10.75 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Multi-Purpose Field
Monica Roybal Youth Center and Park, 737 Agua Fria
This youth center and the park are one of the locations for the City's afterschool and summer youth programs.
.81 Acre - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Shelter - BBQ Grills - Soccer Field - Restrooms - Multi-Purpose Field
Nava Ade Park (Dancing Ground) 4371 Laughing Crow Lane
This is a small neighborhood park.
Orlando Fernandez Park - 500 W. Buena Vista Street
.5 Acre - Trees, Grass - Multi-Purpose Field
Parque del Rio - E. Alameda
Patrick Smith Park - 1001 Canyon Road
This park sits next to the Santa Fe River on the City's east side. It is a charming place to hang out or play a raucous field sport.
5.39 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Basketball Courts - Soccer Fields - Large Multi-Purpose Field.
Peralta Park, 323 Grant Avenue
Located on the west side of the downtown Post Office and is dedicated to Colonial Governor Pedro de Peralta.
.78 Acre - Sculpture - Shade Trees - Grass
Plaza Park - 63 Lincoln Avenue
The historic Plaza is the City's traditional center, surrounded by museums, galleries, and native vendors from the surrounding Native American communities.
1.1 Acre - Park Benches, Grass, Bandstand, Food Vendors - Art Vendors
Prince Park - 300 Kearny Avenue
It is located on the south side of Prince Avenue off Artist Road. Prince Park can also be reached downtown by climbing the Cross of the Martyrs walkway.
10.13 Acres - Park Benches - Picnic Tables - Walking Trails - Amazing Views
Pueblos del Sol - Governor Miles
This is a well-developed neighborhood park and walking trail.
1.8 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter
Ragle Park - 2530 W. Zia Road
This is a baseball park with lighted fields and plenty of parking.
38.41 Acres - 1 Softball / 3 Baseball / 3 T-Ball Fields - Play Equipment - 2 Handball Courts Are Located on The North Side of Zia - BMX Track Is Partially Completed - Picnic Tables - Park Benches - Non-Winterized Restrooms.
Events or activities with 25 or more attendees require a reservation. Click Here to make a reservation.
Railyard Park - 600 S. Guadalupe
It is located on the north side of Cerrillos between S. Guadalupe, Paseo de Peralta, and Alarid Streets. The Railyard Park is a gathering place for residents and visitors alike.
10.34 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Restrooms - Performance Space
Rancho Siringo Park - 2515 Rancho Siringo Court
This is a neighborhood pocket park.
.31 Acre - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter - BBQ Grills - Basketball Court
Rancho del Sol Park - 6068 Monte Azul Place
This is a true community park used by the community and the local elementary school.
.48 Acre - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Multi-Purpose Field
Salvador Perez Park - 601 Alta Vista
This park is often referred to as "the train park" due to the vintage Santa Fe Railroad locomotive on permanent display at the park.
16.22 Acres - Soccer - Football - Sand Volleyball - Baseball - Play Equipment - Multi-Purpose Fields - Picnic Tables - Shade Trees - Park Benches.
Events or activities with 25 or more attendees require a reservation. Click Here to make a reservation.
San Miguel Park - 3005 S. Francis Drive
Santa Fe River Parkway - 1270 West Alameda
Southridge Calle Lorca Park - 2075 Calle Lorca
Tucked away in a residential neighborhood, this park is a pleasant retreat from the hustle and bustle of nearby St. Michael's Drive.
6.94 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Shade Shelter - BBQ Grills - Basketball Courts - Multi-Purpose Field
Southside Library Plaza - 6599 Jaguar Drive
The Plaza front of the Southside Branch Library is a warm and inviting space for people to read or hang out.
.4 Acre - Park Benches - Sculpture
Southwest Regional Activity Node Park (SWAN) - Jaguar Drive (before 599)
The Southwest Area Node (SWAN) is Santa Fe's newest regional park. Phase 2 of the three-phase planned park is underway. Per the SWAN Park Master Plan, the 90-acre park will boast a variety of amenities that will attract park users from Santa Fe and surrounding areas. SWAN Park offers a beautiful ballfield, auxiliary Field, and a state-of-the-art playground. The park also features several basketball courts and will soon be home to a new disc golf course.
Click Here to view the Virtual Public Meeting on SWAN Park Phase 2. For more information, please contact Melissa McDonald, Parks and Open Space Division Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tommy Macaione Park (Hillside Park) - 301 E. Marcy Street
This park was formerly called Hillside Park at Paseo de Peralta and Hillside Avenue. Thomas Silvestre Macaione, 'El Diferente,' was a well-known artist and is memorialized in a sculpture at the park.
.4 Acre - Sculpture - Grass and Trees
Torreon Park - 1515 W. Alameda Street
Located between Huddleson and Sam Streets, the entrance to Torreon Park is marked by a large public art piece representing the history of the neighborhood surrounding the park.
3.44 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Basketball Courts - Multi-Purpose Field - Walking/Running Trail - Public Art
Valentine Park - Camino Rojo and Paseo del Sol
This is a small neighborhood park off Airport Road on the City's growing southside.
.78 Acre - Play Equipment - Park Benches
Villa Caballero - Via Caballero del Norte and Vista Bonita
This undeveloped open space will be upgraded with picnic tables and benches.
Villa Linda Park - Wagon Wheel Road
This nice large park is adjacent to the Santa Fe Place Mall.
11.19 Acres - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - Park Shelter - Multi-Purpose Field
Villa Linda Dog Park - Wagon Wheel Road
This is a .53-acre off-leash dog park adjacent to the Santa Fe Place Mall.
Water History Park and Museum - 1209 Upper Canyon Road
Located across from Cristo Rey Catholic Church, the Water History Park, and Museum are on the site of one of the City's original reservoirs.
Wood Gormely Park - 141 Booth Street
Young Park - 322 Tesuque Drive
This is a neighborhood park located just off busy Cerrillos Road.
.91 Acre - Picnic Tables - Play Equipment - BBQ Grills - Basketball - Multi-Purpose Field