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Enjoy fishing, picnics and more near the Rio Grande.

caption:Get up close with the BioPark's naturally amazing plants and animals at Camp BioPark this summer. caption:Get up close with the BioPark's naturally amazing plants and animals at Camp BioPark this summer.

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Due to fire danger, no grilling is allowed at Tingley Beach. (Updated 4/18/14.)

    Welcome to Tingley Beach

    Enjoy nature just a few minutes from downtown Albuquerque. Fish, walk, hike, relax, sail a model boat or start a bike ride.

    Fishing

    Anglers ages 12+ need a valid NM fishing license. Admission to the ponds is free.

    Explore, Boat, Relax

    Pack a picnic and enjoy the outdoors.


      Visitor Information & Tickets

      Open daily from sunrise to sunset.

      No ticket required; admission is free.

      Location

      1800 Tingley Drive SW, 87102


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