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Best parks in abq
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Hello! My wife and I are looking to have a cookout/birthday party for our toddler at a park; the one we wanted (rio rancho) was taken.... But we cant find any good resources on what parks are best in…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mi3ke Aug 23, 2011.

 

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BoogieMama replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Wow, thank you so much!"
Aug 23, 2011
BoogieMama replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"We have been touring Abq parks for the same reason, and they all come up short except Hartnett Park in Los Ranchos for this reason: no bathrooms. We actually hit five parks this afternoon and not one has any facilities. Some have nearby bathrooms…"
Aug 22, 2011
misterhinkydink replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"No more bouncy equipment at Kit Carson. Forest Park in the Huning Castle neighborhood is nice. Plenty of shade and room to run around."
Aug 19, 2011
Slick 27 replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Grisham Park near Carlisle and Comanche is hidden away, shady and has a playground."
Aug 19, 2011
Patrick replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"I second Jerry Cline (I think it starts with a "C").  Lots of open space, great playground structure, and wonderful grassy hills!  "
Aug 19, 2011
Patricia replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Many events happen at the Paradise Hills Park.  (Located on Paradise Blvd between Unser and Universe).  The park is large, shady and often multiple birthday parties are happening at once there.  Across the street is the Paradise Hills…"
Aug 19, 2011
Wade Patterson replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Altura, Summit, and Hyder are great parks for events because of the shade. Hyder has no climbers, though. Since you have a toddler, that may be a desirable feature. Mary Fox Park downtown is also really sweet, has a climber and is very…"
Aug 19, 2011
mombat replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Altura park, lots of trees and open space and a nice little kid playground"
Aug 19, 2011
Monica replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Los Altos Park is great and then there's the Elena Gallegos Gallegos picnic area in the foothills"
Aug 19, 2011
Jesse Lu Bain replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"Montgomery Park in NE always looks hoppin'."
Aug 19, 2011
Claudia replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"The park in Los Ranchos on Rio Grande Blvd is a nice place for a kids party."
Aug 19, 2011
Edith Grove replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"I see a lot of birthday parties happening at my local haunt - Hyder Park. It's a little tucked away. Lots of shade."
Aug 18, 2011
JS replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"as to the "taken"... we could have rented the gazebo as we planned, but apparently a church is holding a fundraiser in the park and they expect hundreds of people; so we decided, it may not be best... thanks for the input!"
Aug 18, 2011
Balletmom replied to JS's discussion Best parks in abq
"ADO has a nice playground that is fenced in- good way to control small children- and a large parking lott to set up a cookout and grass for a picnic.  However, soccer starts soon and Saturdays in particular will be busy.  This will also be…"
Aug 18, 2011
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JS replied to Shifty's discussion Good places to play foosball in Albuquerque?
"You know whats funny is that the old UNM law school has a couple of tables in its lobby... might be a place to check, there is always someone studying and playing i hear....."
Aug 18, 2011

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