Open Space Lands
Albuquerque Open Space is mostly composed of lands acquired by the City of Albuquerque. Open Space also includes properties owned by other entities and co-managed by the Open Space Division.
Each piece of land contains a number of areas that provide the public with a variety of facilities and uses..
Trail & Facility Maps
Listing of Open Space Lands
Information about the Aldo Leopold Forest.
Boca Negra Canyon provides easy access for visitors who want to view petroglyphs and other interesting geologic and cultural features up close.
Information on the East Mountain Open Space.
Information about Elena Gallegos Open Space.
Information about Montessa Park.
Farmland produces the food we eat, recharges our aquifer, provides habitat for wildlife, and presents us with beautiful living landscapes.
Information about Paseo de la Mesa Trail.
Information about Paseo del Bosque Trail.
Information about Petroglyph National Monument.
Information about Piedras Marcadas Canyon.
Information about the Rio Grande Valley State Park (RGVSP), locally referred to as the "bosque," which is Spanish for "forest."
Information about Open Space areas located in Sandoval County.
On the horizon of the West Mesa stand the remnants of five cinder cone volcanoes.
Much of the open space acquired around the volcanoes, on the mesa top, and along the volcanic escarpment was included within Petroglyph National Monument in 1990.