City of Aguascalientes
Address: Avenida Aguascalientes and Avenida Perseo, Infonavit Morelos, Aguascalientes
Tel: (449) 974.1167
The park was opened in 1996 in order to safeguard the natural spring El Cedazo, which had been the source of water through a channel system to Villa de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción since 1730. It is now a favorite spot for football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis and five-a-side soccer. There is also an open-air gym, cycling track, running track, and skate board park, which holds BMX and skateboarding events in the afternoons.
The park is also home to El Caracol, the only paleontological center in the state. Next to that is the Teenagers’ Center, which organizes sporting and artistic events enjoyed by the whole community.
Have a great day out at the park with the whole family.