El Haya Park is a large redoubt of coniferous forest and cloud forest, which has been conditioned for leisure and recreation.
The Natura Xalapa Park has an extension of 80 hectares, with paths for cyclists, a lake and a sighting tower.
The Miguel Hidalgo Park, commonly known as Los Berros Park, is located near the center of the city, near the Xalapeño Stadium.
Juarez Park is the most important park in the city. It is surrounded by the most emblematic buildings such as the government palace, the city hall and the cathedral.
The Bicentenario Park, a discreet but charming corner of Xalapa where cultural and sporting activities such as skating or skateboarding are held.
It is a scenic setting made up of three lakes surrounded by gardens, walkways and a wooded area. In it you can find the monument of "The golden eagle of the UV", a university symbol.
Formed on a natural depression, under the ground there is a fresh water spring that feeds the aqueducts, artificial pools and canals.
Protected Natural Area, space for sports, environmental recreation; located on the remains of a volcano that lived 30 thousand years ago.
Garden founded in 1977, and since then, it has been dedicated to the study, protection and diffusion of the plants that inhabit the region of Xalapa and its surroundings.