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La Mesa Eco Park, Quezon City

(3.9/5 based on 220 reviews on the web)
Created to support the La Mesa Watershed Project, La Mesa Eco Park serves as a getaway from the hustle of the metropolis, offering numerous options for outdoor recreation. The park spreads over a massive area, well-connected by hiking and cycling trails and divided into different themed areas, such as a camping zone, a picnic area, andn a fishing lagoon. Unwind by taking a leisurely stroll along flower terraces, or by walking the appropriately named butterfly trail. You can also swim in a salt water pool and paddle a boat around a small lake. Adrenaline junkies can choose between bungee jumping, rock-climbing, paintballing, and a zipline. To visit La Mesa Eco Park and other attractions in Quezon City, use our Quezon City tourist route planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • First time to visit this hidden Eco Park and it was worth it. I am a commuter and it was not hard to get there, I'd even say it is easier to commute. Once you reach the territorial boundary of the La ...  more »
  • I hope that the management of this place would be able to sustain this place. If you want to find yourself amidst nature without going to the rural area, then this is a great place for you to escape e...  more »
  • I think it is great for team building.. They have 2 swimming pools available. Kiddie pool is quite small considering the number of user, kids + bantay ng bata kaya ambilis lumabo ng tubig. :) They als...  more »
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  • A nice refuge from the busy metro life, a piece of nature amidst the urban and industrialized NCR. An excellent venue for impromptu family picnics and gatherings. Does not cost very much especially if you are a resident of Quezon City. Cleanliness is also observed which makes the place really refreshing, compared to other parks in Quezon City. Food establishments are scattered within the park premises but bringing your own food is also advisable to really get the picnic feel. Tables and chairs are abundant within the park for free, on a first come first served basis, so there is no worry of having nowhere to place your food and belongings.
  • Very popular on weekends with locals. Food stalls, entertainment, loud music, a zipline (flying fox) and a swimming pool (which was closed) in this mother of cities is not the place for a quiet stroll unless you're there very early - preferably on week days. Having said that, the small bit of greenery is remarkably good for a few of the endemic birds which have semi-habituated to human disturbance. Quite a haven considering what else is available if you want a rest from the city life. I took cabs there twice and both times the drivers had no idea where this was. It's best to negotiate a fee for their waiting time so an hour or two at most (start the earlier the better...) is enough for most people.
  • Nice place to relax and enjoy nature. There are also activities for kids and adults alike. Enjoy the beautifuk greens while biking and be thrilled riding the zip line. Thare is also a public pool to cool down and enjoy swiiming.
  • I haven't been there ., But I'm pretty much sure that,it is an amazing place,to hang outs with friends and even lovers., And family as well .,. .,.,
  • Quiet and peaceful place if you want to be alone