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.
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
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
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.
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.