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Result of over a century of negotiation

I regularly pedal through this exceptionally fine site that preserves the century long process of... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2017
Juanito_Hayburg
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El Paso, Texas
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I regularly pedal through this fine parque, the conclusion of over a century attempting to resolve... read more

Reviewed 14 July 2017
Juanito_Hayburg
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El Paso, Texas
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Av. Carlos Pellicer | Parque Público El Chamizal 1 , Esquina Con, Ciudad Juarez CP 32030, Mexico
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Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile

I regularly pedal through this exceptionally fine site that preserves the century long process of determining the boundary between the USA & EUM. Prior to border resolution, the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo meandered through a huge floodplain, causing a “no mans land” where law enforcement was...More

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Reviewed 14 July 2017

I regularly pedal through this fine parque, the conclusion of over a century attempting to resolve border issues. Except for certain holidays (Easter), there is a lot of room for motor vehicles and families to enjoy grassy, shaded space. I have thoroughly enjoyed a legal...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2016

I usually pedal to Mexico at least once a month, and often camp overnight. As a regular visitor, I am always looking for new campsites that are safe, secure, and sometimes surprising. Interestingly, I enjoy a significant degree of safety not possible across the border...More

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Reviewed 11 November 2016

Nice play areas and super nice vendors and even horses come around for the kids to ride when we are in town

Thank Cynthia C
Reviewed 26 July 2016

a place for relax in couple or families...you can enjoy mini horses rides for a very cheap price on weekends and support anapra ranchers income

Thank tony o
Reviewed 18 May 2016

A dispute over this land finally ended in 1964, y quien lo gano? Los Mexicanos, that now claim this park as theirs. On the weekends it is very likely that you see families grilling at the park, playing ball, cycling around in a car-cycle and...More

Thank esmeralda m
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Great place to have fun, BBQ and futbol, you can bring pets to run and play, bring your bike, run, there is a lot you can do at the park, just have imagination.

Thank Esteban S
Reviewed 28 March 2016

Nice big park, lots of trees. You can rent a horse or have your own picnic. Lots of shade in the summer!

Thank TravelMXN
Reviewed 15 March 2016 via mobile

This is a free park. You can enjoy seeing giraffe, ostrich, turtles, ducks & other animals. Various independent shops selling traditional Mexican snacks that we live. They also have small shops selling handmade items. Clowns performing to entertain people of all ages. Good place to...More

2  Thank Sylvia G
Reviewed 23 January 2016 via mobile

Nice indoor/outdoor museum. Was a little muddy because they were over feeding the plants outside, be careful where u step!! W had the place to ourselves, and there is no charge.. There is also playgrounds and lots parks near by.

1  Thank Michelle E
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Shirley V
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Parque El Chamizal is the part of the resolution of over a century of boundary dispute between the USA & EUM. The initial determination was after the War with Mexico/Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the border was (South of New... More
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