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All reviews visitor center viewing area viewing room bike trail sandhill cranes walk along the river bird life walking trails cottonwood trees large pond north valley per vehicle urban area fall colors bosque trail gift shop couple of hours
The hikes in this area loops from one to the next. We started this almost non-physical indulgence at the parking lot. I referred to it that way because it is so flat and an easy hike. My friend took us next to the road and...More
Easily accessible only 3 miles from the Old Town . Plenty of parking and a good visitor centre , helpful and engaging staff , with a great glass walled viewing area over a large pond with humming birds and tortoises to watch in cool comfort...More
This state park offers a unique environment in arid Albuquerque. Large cottonwood trees, coyote willow, and New Mexico olive create a cool, shady forest and provide habitat for beaver, numerous bird species, turtles, and snakes. It was our first visit since moving here a month...More
Between the blinds, center and loop trails there is not much left to accommodate birders. The only suggestion to improve would be to offer open hours early in the morning and later in the evening to see what happens when the sun is not trying...More
We walked through here twice, coming and going out West. The first time was mid-April, and there was excellent birding! On our way back in early May, it wasn't quite as good, but we never fail to see many different species, including the Bewick's Wren...More
Sadly we didn't get to go into the visitors center. The doors were open but when we went in, they rushed us out because the were still cleaning. We enjoyed the walk around the grounds and met some nice dogs and their people. Beautiful space
Response from Darlene L | Reviewed this property |
You cannot ride your bike inside the park boundaries, however you can ride your bike on the bike path that aligns the bosque. As soon as you enter the park, there is a nice area to park your bike while you look around.