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Balloon Fiesta Park

Information about Balloon Fiesta Park.

Park Calendar

See upcoming Balloon Fiesta Park events

Balloon Fiesta Park is home to the spectacular annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

For year-round enjoyment, Balloon Fiesta Park also is home to Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum and the Albuquerque Golf Training Center.

Year-Round Activities

This 360-acre City park is used year-round for various activities. More than 100 acres of the park are developed.

The park is used for year-round ballooning, recreation field sports, golf practice, model aircraft flying (except for gas-powered model aircrafts), walks and runs, bicycle racing, company picnics, concerts, and special events.

Want to use Balloon Fiesta Park for your event? Learn More Here

 

Call (505) 768-6044 for more information about events at Balloon Fiesta Park.

Northern Launch Field

This joint-use 47-acre balloon launch field has space for about 23 game fields.

Informal use of the park is free, though the park is sometimes closed for special events.

Since the Northern Launch field is large, the park is best suited for medium to larger events.

Balloon Fiesta Park reservation information.

Albuquerque Golf Training Center

Practice your drive, chip shots, and putts at Albuquerque Golf Training Center.

The banquet facility at the training center is also available for weddings.

Albuquerque Golf Training Center.

Eastdale Little League

Balloon Fiesta Park is also home to Eastdale Little League

Eastdale Little League information.

Want to Use Balloon Fiesta Park for an Event?

Learn more about reserving Balloon Fiesta Park.

LAFL Landfill Management Plan

View the LAFL Landfill Management Plan.

Tribute Area

In the 2011 General Obligation Bond Program, the Citizens of Albuquerque approved $500,000 for the development of this Tribute Area, and the Cultural Services Department contributed another $85,000.

The Sandia Peak Ski and Sandia Peak Tram Companies provided an additional $250,000 in 2012. With this money, Phase One of the four acre park has been developed (pictured above). It has a strong graphic design visible from the air, and provides a framework for future improvements including the development of a balloon demonstration area.

As the Tribute Area develops, it will be playful and inviting for children and adults, and connect the Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum with the multi-use Balloon Fiesta Park.

With your support, the completed Tribute Area will provide an outdoor space for the remembrance and celebration of courageous balloonists.

How to Help

Help advance the development of the park by donating in the following ways:

(view the general conceptual site plan here)

(view the detailed conceptual site plan here)

  • Tree - $500
  • Grove of Trees (4) - $2000
  • Bench - $2500

Or support the development of these other areas:

  • Children's Play Area
  • Tribute Walk
  • Entertainment Area
  • The Cap (a kinetic art piece)
  • Amphitheater
  • Pedestrian Bridge over North La Cueva Channel

More Information

For more information about donating, please call (505) 768-6044

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