Open Space Visitor Center

Open Space Visitor Center is a grade 3 trail with 2 loops for a total of 1.43 miles (4737 steps).

The Open Space Visitor Center offers the public information and resources on the Open Space program. The Visitor Center has exhibits interpreting the amazing natural and cultural resources Open Space protects. It also features an art gallery, agricultural fields and a wetland marsh that draw a variety of wildlife, and stunning views of the Sandia Mountains.  6500 Coors NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120

Loop 1 - Around grounds/inside building This loop is 0.33 miles for a total of 697 steps.
Loop 2 - Trail to bosque along levy road to Canopy Loop Trail This loop is 1.1 miles for a total of 4040 steps.

Attractions: Playgrounds, Picnic tables, Water fountains, Shade structures and art gallery

Nearby intersection: Coors & Bosque Meadows Rd NW

Public Transportation: ABQ Ride Stops: #155; Coors stop: 0.3 miles or 697 steps to park

Public Facilities: Restrooms; water fountain

Parking: ADA accessible, ample parking on site

For up-to-date information about Open Space Visitor Center, visit its webpage at