Apodaca Park

Apodaca Park is a grade 2 trail with one loop for a total of 0.6 miles (1267 steps).

Apodaca Park was named after Mike Apodaca, Las Cruces Mayor from 1953-1955. The sculpture facing the entrance of the park, called Dineh (Navajo and Apache for “human being”), honors all the Native Americans of New Mexico and was dedicated in 1986.  801 E. Madrid, Las Cruces, NM 88001

Attractions: Play structure, Open fields, Tennis courts, Dog friendly on leash, Wheelchair accessible

Nearby intersection: Solano and Madrid

Public Transportation: Las Cruces Transit: RT 70

Public Facilities: Benches, picnic tables, water fountains, trash cans, restrooms

Parking: On site

For up-to-date information about Apodaca Park, visit its webpage at https://prescriptiontrails.org/t/62