The Rio Grande Valley State Park is a park located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, established in 1983. Although officially named "State Park" this open space is actually managed by various local, state and federal agencies, as well as other organizations.
The Rio Grande Valley State Park is made up of 4,300 acres of land along both sides of the Rio Grande stretching from the Sandia Pueblo in the north, and south to the Isleta Pueblo. The bosque, or woods, is the local name for the floodplain cottonwood ecosystem that dominates the area.
The RGVSP is an area used for public recreation and includes sandy, forested trails, the paved Paseo del Bosque Multi-use Trail and constructed ponds and wetlands within and adjacent to the forest.
Official Website http://www.cabq.gov/openspace/riograndevalley.html
Phone +1 505 452 5200
Address 9581 Los Picaros Rd SE, 87105, United States
Coordinates 35°1'3.281" N -106°35'49.927" E