Edgewood has a variety of parks and facilities available to the public.
- Parks and Facilities are open to the public one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset.
- For Reservation inquiries please call: 505-286-4518.
- Please refer to the Ordinances for acceptable park, facility, trail, and open space use.
For more information, select a park or facility from the list below.
Named in recognition of the family who donated the land that eventually housed Edgewood's first community center and park, Bassett Park has a variety of facilities and features available to the public.
Named in recognition of Edgewood's earlier roots. The community now known as Edgewood was originally called Venus. Local lore has it that when the community petitioned for its own post office, the Postmaster General did not like the name Venus and refused to establish a post office under that name. He asked the community to come up with another name. Eventually, the name Edgewood was chosen for its description of the town's location -- at the edge of the woods.
ECHO Ridge Park
Located up on a beautiful ridge, the park is named to honor Edgewood Community Homeowners Organization (ECHO). The group and its members played an integral role in completing the steps necessary to incorporate as a municipality, gain local control, and officially become the Town of Edgewood.