For Maintenance Issues
For Crime Issues
With the exception of the Frank Ortiz Dog Park, in all other City Parks, Trails and Open Space areas, all dogs are required to be kept on leash at all times.
Emergency Call 911
City Parks, Trails and Open Space areas are open daily from sunrise to sunset.
Nestled within thousands of acres of pinon and juniper woodlands, the City of Santa Fe's Dale Ball Trails
and the La Tierra Trails
provide a network of over 50-miles of hiking and mountain biking trails; these also include some shared multi-use trails for equestrians. The city's wilderness trails connect to other well-known trails in Santa Fe County
, the Santa Fe National Forest
and the Nature Conservancy
For information and individual maps of either the Dale Ball Trails or the La Tierra Trails click on links below:
Dale Ball Trails Map
La Tierra Trails Map
Urban Non-Motorized Trails
The City of Santa Fe is developing a growing network of paved, non-motorized pedestrian and bicycle trails for the benefit of the community. A complimentary copy of the 2012 Bikeways & Trails map is available at most local bike shops or by calling the Santa Fe MPO and requesting one at (505)-955-6706.
You may download a copy of the 2012 Bikeways & Trails map and a map of places in the downtown area to lock your bike by clicking on the links below:
2012 Bikeways & Trails Map
Downtown Bicycle Parking Map
Prescription Trails are walking and wheelchair rolling routes that are both safe and accessible
to patients and families to promote healthy lifestyles. Local health care professionals assess their patients for readiness to start or maintain a walking program and then write tailored prescriptions based on their current physical condition.
For information and individual maps of City of Santa Fe Prescription Trails click on link below: