this is a nice place. its got a play area for the kids and a trail you can go walk around. nice place to have a birthday party or a picnic
Having spent many days at this historic location, I find it hard to describe. Lasting memories include a concert by Paul Horn, his flute and the song of the whales left a lasting memory. With no conserts the Kit Carson Park is amust see!
This is a nice city park. If you have children along, they will enjoy the break to have a chance to play. Towards the back of the park are the graves of Kit Carson and his family. When we first went to the park, we did not see the graves. After visiting the Kit Carson home, we were given walking... More
I felt we were stepping back in time to visit the gravesites of the history makers laid to rest here. It is not huge so a half hour is about all that is needed. It is free -- just walk in and explore.
We didn't spend too much time there. We were just looking at some of the leaves changing. As far as recommending that you go to this park, I would say there are a lot of other things to do and see in Taos if you're just visiting like we were. But it's a park where you could take the kids... More
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