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Railyard Park, Santa Fe

3.4
#24 of 26 in Parks in Santa Fe
The Railyard Stewards is a local organization working in partnership with the City of Santa Fe in a unique care, conservation and education effort to encourage residents to actively participate in our newest and largest city park and adjacent community plaza. The Stewards was originally a program under the nonprofit Trust for Public Land. The Railyard Stewards serve as the community ‘friends of’ group of the Railyard Park + Plaza in Santa Fe.

The Railyard Stewards is modeled after such successful stewardship groups as New York’s Central Park Conservancy. The Stewards support the City of Santa Fe’s regular park maintenance by providing specialized care of the park’s ornamental gardens; coordinating extensive community outreach programs; and maintaining ongoing oversight of the park’s horticultural programs and design. With us, discover your place in the Railyard Park!
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4.5
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  • The festival was nice and we bought some items from the locals to help the non corporate big wigs get their money. There was a free concert Sly and the family stone. Was a very good concert. We...  more »
  • This cute little park along the rails has a rose garden and lots of plants native to the high desert. It is mostly maintained by a group of volunteers who lovingly tend it. Stop and enjoy it’s beauty....  more »
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  • Fun place for free outdoor concerts all summer long. The stage is high enough to provide decent views from almost anywhere. Great sound system and quality bands.
  • Saw a free concert in the park and it was fun. We took the train from Albuquerque to Santa Fe and when we got off at 2 pm all of the little shops and galleries were closing down at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon. We found a restaurant for dinner, but we wanted to see the art and different shops in the area since we were on foot. Sad.

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