Town of Edgewood
When are Edgewood parks and open spaces open to the public?
Edgewood parks and open spaces are open from an hour before sunrise until an hour after sunset. Facility Rentals.
When are Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) meetings?
PRAC meetings are held every 4th Monday of the month at 6:30pm in the Edgewood Communtiy Center (27 E Frontage Rd) and the public is most welcome to attend and contribute!
How can I access Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) meeting agendas and minutes?
1. You may view and/or download PRAC meeting agendas and minutes from the Town website's Agenda Center.
2. You may also request to have them sent via an email distribution list by contacting Parks & Recreation Director, Roger Holden at 505-286-4518 or email@example.com.
How can I reserve parks and recreation facilities?
Please call the Town offices to make inquiries regarding facility reservations and availability at 505-286-4518.
What parks and recreational facilities are available in Edgewood?
Please visit the Town website's Facilities page for a list of parks and recreational facilities as well as an accompanying map, slideshow, and list of features and amenities.
Are there other parks and recreation facilities available nearby?
1. Carlito Springs:
Named for a spring flowing from exposed bedrock that once provided water to a residence and several cabins in the Tijeras wilderness, Carlito Springs continues to feed several ponds and a lush riparian environment that nourishes ornamental gardens and an orchard.
2. Golden Open Space:
This remote, seldom-visited open space is just 7 miles north of Tijeras and features hiking, biking, equestrian trails, and breathtaking views.
3. Sandia Man Cave:
This archaeological site near Bernalillo, NM is located in the Cibola National forest high up on the steep wall of Las Huertas Canyon on the north side of the Sandia Mountains off Hwy 165.
4. John A. Milne and Gutierrez Open Space:
These spaces combined offer 720 rugged, high-desert acres of hiking, biking, equestrian trails with the trailhead and parking conveniently locate near the Cedar Crest Post Office.
5. Sandia Mountain Hikes:
6. Kiwanis Cabin Trail:
This easy, 3 mile roundtrip hike from the Sandia Crest parking lot boasts magnificent views and a rock cabin built by the Civilian Conservation Corps circa 1930.