District 2 Parks

Amelia E. White Park, 981 Old Santa Fe Trail ( View Map »)

Located on the northwest side of Santa Fe Trail between Camino Cacto and Camino Corrales, Amelia E. White Park is a passive park in the middle of an east side Santa Fe neighborhood.  Park history.    3.6 acres - picnic tables - multi-purpose field - Korean War Veterans memorial.

Photo of Korean Memorial at Amelia White Park  Photo of rose at Amelia White Park 

Atalaya Park, 717 Atalaya Street ( View Map » )

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.

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Calle Alvarado Park, 2234 Calle Alvarado ( View Map » )

4.8 acres - picnic tables - play equipment - BBQ grills - multi-purpose field

 Photo of Calle Alvarado Park

Southridge / Calle Lorca Park, ( View Map » )

Tucked away in the middle of 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

Photo of child playing at Southridge / Calle Lorca Park Play equipment at Southridge / Calle Lorca Park

Casa Linda, Baca and Monterrey

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Harvey Cornell Rose Park, 1315 Galisteo Parkway ( View Map » )

A long-time Santa Fe favorite, this park has been used for wedding photography as well as touch football games.  1.54 acres - rose garden - picnic tables - BBG grills - grass and trees

Photo of wild roses at Harvey Cornell Rose Park Photo of Harvey Cornell Rose Park

DeVargas Park, ( View Map » )

 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.

Photo of picnic table at DeVargas Park Photo of skateboarder at DeVargas Park Photo of walkway at DeVargas Park

 

Don Diego / Entrada Park, Cerrillos Rd. at Don Diego ( View Map » )

This is a .23 acre pocket park that sits right on busy Cerrillos Road.  The park showcases 2 pieces of public art and native landscaping.

Photo of Red Chair sculpture at Don Diego / Entrada Park Photo of Don Diego / Entrada Park

Galisteo Park, 2721 Galisteo Court ( View Map » )

Located at the end of Galisteo Court off of 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

Photo of Galisteo Park Photo of benches and play area at Galisteo Park

Monsignor Patrick Smith Park, 1001 Canyon Road ( View Map » )

This park sits next to the Santa Fe River on the City's east side.  It is a very pleasant place to just hang out or to play a raucous field sport.  5.39 acres - picnic tables - play equipment - BBQ grills - basketball courts - soccer fields - large multi-purpose field

Photo of Monsignor Patrick Smith Park Photo of Monsignor Patrick Smith Park Photo of Monsignor Patrick Smith Park

Orlando Fernandez Park, 500 Buena Vista Street ( View Map » )

Lucky are the people who live in the houses surrounding this park.  The park has been their own little slice of heaven for decades.  .5 acre - trees, grass - multi-purpose field

Photo of Orlando Fernandez Park

Water History Park and Museum, 1209 Upper Canyon Road ( View Map » )

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. 

Photo of upper level of Water History Museum   Photo of Water History Museum 

Young Park, 322 Tesuque Drive ( View Map » )

This is a neighborhood park located just off of busy Cerrillos Road.  .91 acre - picnic tables - play equipment - BBQ grills - basketball - multi-purpose field.

Photo of juggler at Young Park Photo of Young Park Photo of Young Park

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