City Of Santa Fe Amenities
The City of Santa Fe has a number of recreational and wilderness trails with easy access for residents and visitors. Nestled within thousands of acres of piňon and juniper woodlands the City’s Dale Ball and Connecting Trails and 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. Download trail maps below and visit the links provided to access more detailed and trail information:
Protect the Wilderness Eco-system
- Stay on designated trails.
- Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
- Equestrians are allowed only on Multi-Use and Arroyo Trails.
- ATVs/MX vehicles are not allowed on trails except within the designated ATV/MX Park. No campfires or open flames.
Safety reminders and recommendations
- Bring plenty of water, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, rain gear, and first aid kit.
- Visitors from lower altitudes are cautioned to avoid altitude sickness and dehydration by drinking plenty of water and stopping to rest often. Bicycles ride at their own risk.
- Do not leave valuables in your vehicle.
- Wear appropriate clothing and shoes
- The high altitude Dale Ball and Connection Trails can be icy and cold in winter and early spring.
- The lower altitude La Tierra Trails can be very hot during summer days.
- Dale Ball and Connecting Trails Map
- La Tierra Trails Map
- Santa Fe National Forest
- The Nature Conservancy
(505) 955-4779 1121 Alto Street
SUMMER ONLY Swimming and Tot pools The Bicentennial Park is adjacent to the pool and offers outdoor BBQ grills, basketball court, park shelter, playground, picnic tables, and tennis courts. The park is near the Santa Fe River Trail that follows the river through the city.
Hours: Mon-Fri - 6:30am to 5pm; Sat-Sun - 10am to 5:30pm Fees per session: Youth $1, Seniors $2, Adults $3 Check website for pool schedule
(505) 955-2500 490 Bishops Lodge Road
- Swimming and Tot pools
- Community Room
- Fitness Classes
- Locker Rooms
- Racquetball Courts
- Weight Room/Cardio-Vascular Fitness Equipment
- Outdoor walking path, putting green, and outdoor fitness equipment
Hours: Mon-Fri - 6am to 8:30pm; Sat - 9am to 4pm; Sun - Closed
Facility Fees: Child 0-10 yrs $1, Youth 11-17 yrs $2, Adult 18-59 yrs $4, Seniors 60+ yrs $2 Check website for class and pool schedules and fees
3221 Rodeo Road Large complex with Aquatic program (Leisure pool, Lap Swimming and Therapy pool), Ice Arena (Ice Skating, Hockey League, Curling and Skate Rental), Fitness Center (Personal Training, Assessments, Massage & Social Dance), Gymnasium, Youth Programs, Parties and Rentals Hours: Mon-Thur 5:30am to 9:45pm; Fri 5:30am to 7:45pm;
Sat 8am to 7:45pm; Sun 9am to 5:45pm Check website for complete list of activities and schedules.
MARTY SANCHEZ LINKS DE SANTA FE GOLF COURSE
(505) 955-4400 or 888-735-4667
205 Caja del Rio Road - Off Highway 599 18-hole course, 25-station all-grass driving range, practice greens, putting area and par 3 course located eight miles west of the historic downtown district. The championship 18-hole course and par 3 courses were both designed by Baxter Spann, a master landscape architect know for designing stunning golf courses that attract golfers of all skill levels.
(505) 955-2607 601 Alta Vista Street
- Swimming pool
- Swimming lessons
- Weight room with cardio-machines
- Community Room
- Fitness Classes
The facility is located next to a historic Train Park featuring an outdoor walking paths, and volleyball, playgrounds, tennis courts, and artificial turf football/soccer field, and baseball fields.
Caja del Rio Road
- 5 regulation adult soccer fields surrounded by a walking trail
- 1 large jungle gym on a sand-covered lot
- 6 softball fields (4 under lights)
- 2 Rubgy fields
- 1 BMX track - offers a youth BMX park that includes on-site bleachers and meets the requirements for hosting American Bicycle Association events.
- 1 Concession Stand
The complex supports a number of adult and youth baseball, Rugby, softball and soccer leagues. Check the website for detailed information.
Recreation Division Facility Rules and Regulations
Everyone using the facilities must sign in and/or present a membership card No alcohol or drinks beyond the lobby area
No food or drinks beyond the lobby area. No animals allowed in the building except assistance dogs. Only staff are allowed behind the counter. Patrons must leave the workout area by closing time
Recreation Division Requirement for Children in All Facilities
Children ages 10 or younger must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older, in the immediate vicinity. The adult must supervise no more than three children. Children ages 11-17 may be in the facility unaccompanied by may not be responsible for children under the age of 11. In all pool facilities, children ages 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water. Children under 14 are not allowed in the weight room.
COUNTY OF SANTA FE OPEN SPACE AND TRAILS
ARROYO HONDO OPEN SPACE
The Arroyo Hondo Open Space consists of 87 acres north of the Arroyo Hondo, located approximately 7.5 miles south of downtown Santa Fe. Hiking trails from two trailheads provide access to panoramic view of the Galisteo Basin, Cerrillos Hills, Ortiz Mountains, and the Arroyo Hondo. The Arroyo Hondo Pueblo site and the historic dam can be seen from vista points. The property is open from dawn to dusk. Trail map: www.santafecountynm.gov Parking Directions: www.santafecountynm.gov
BURRO LANE PARK
Burro Lane Park is located at the intersection of Burro Lane and Quail View Lane off of West Alameda near the Siler Bridge and roundabout in Santa Fe. Burro Lane Park was created to connect to the surrounding environment and provide a natural habitat for birds to forge, nest and live. The park’s walking trail, observation points, and shelters create opportunities to view and enjoy the birds as well as wildflowers, grasses, shrubs, and trees. The site has been graded to maximize passive water harvesting allowing plants to receive surface runoff. The park has picnic facilities, a trail loop, and a parking area with a school bus turnaround.
CERRILLOS HILLS STATE PARK
Cerrillos Hills State Park is located 15 miles south of Santa Fe on Highway 14 along the scenic Turquoise Trail in the Village of Cerrillos, New Mexico. The 1,098 acre parcel of land is owned by Santa Fe County and managed by New Mexico State Parks. Features include: hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding on five miles of trails with breathtaking views of surrounding mountain ranges. The trailhead is equipped with restrooms, an informational kiosk, and horse trailer parking. www.cerrilloshills.org/visit-the-park
EL CAMINO REAL PARK
The El Camino Real Park features a paved parking area for 20 cars at the trailhead, 0.9 miles of paved trail and two pedestrian bridges over the Santa Fe River. The project recreated meanders in the river channel, stabilized the river bed and banks, removed non-native vegetation and tons of trash and debris, and planted native cottonwood trees, willows, shrubs and grasses. Santa Fe County continues to work to restore the river using natural materials and native plants to stabilize the channel and enhance the riparian habitat.
RIO EN MEDIO OPEN SPACE
The Rio En Medio Open Space is located just past the village of Rio En Medio along State Road 592, approximately 6 miles northeast of the village of Tesuque. The property consists of 121 acres along Rio En Medio. The trail follows the stream for about a mile through mixed woodlands to connect with a Forest Service trail and ultimately with Forest Service Road 412 and Pacheco Canyon. Please Note: Parking at the trailhead is limited.
SAN YSIDRO RIVER PARK AND TRAIL
The trailhead and Parking for the River Trail is at the San Ysidro Crossing on the Santa Fe River. A trail connects the parking area to Agua Fria Park for 0.7 mile along the river. A River restoration project has been completed along this stretch of the river.
SANTA FE RIVER GREENWAY
This project is a joint effort between Santa Fe County and the City of Santa Fe to construct approximately 15 miles of a continuous greenway comprised of parks and trails along the Santa Fe River. It runs from downtown Santa Fe to the Wastewater Treatment Plant west of NM599. The County’s portion of the River Greenway is approximately 8 miles running from the City limits at Frenchy’s Field to the Wastewater Treatment Facility. The County is restoring the River using natural materials and native plants to stabilize the channel and enhance the riparian habitat. It is also constructing a multi-use trail for recreational and alternative transportation use.
SANTA FE RAILTRAIL
The Santa Fe Rail Trail follows the historic Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway line from the City of Santa Fe to Lamy. The trail starts in the Railyard Park and continues along the train tracks to Highway 285 and then to Lamy for a total of 18.1 miles. The Santa Fe Southern Railway train conducts scenic tours from the Santa Fe Railyard Park to Lamy
and runs along the County’s portion of the trail. The Rail Runner does not run along this portion of the trail. The portion under the management of Santa Fe County runs from the I-25 overpass near Rabbit Road south to Highway 285. The County’s portion of the trail approximately 12.5 miles. Trail map: www.santafecountynm.gov
General Manager – Yvonne Encinias
The Santa Fe Fuego are a Professional Baseball Team in the Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs.
NORTHERN NEW MEXICO VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE
SANTA FE ADULT BASEBALL LEAGUE
(505) 316-1741 or (505) 470-4997
SANTA FE ADULT RUGBY LEAGUE
SANTA FE ADULT SOCCER LEAGUE
SANTA FE AMERICAN YOUTH SOCCER ORGANIZATION
(505) 310-8880 or (505) 466-3542
(505) 988-5000 104 Old Las Vegas Highway
(505) 473-6144 1600 St. Michael’s Drive
(505) 988-4100 1755 Camino Corrales