The La Mesa Ecopark is a 33 hectare public park located right outside the natural boundaries of the watershed and 40 meters below the reservoir inside La Mesa Watershed and Eco-Park, an ecological reservation site located north of Quezon City in the Philippines. It provides healthful outdoor recreation and a true forest experience and is one of the rare, serene places in Metro Manila where you can unwind from work or school.
According to Bantay Kalikasan website, La Mesa Ecopark is a living classroom and laboratory for environmental education and aims to be a center for biodiversity conservation. And because of its success and popularity, it has become a center for Bantay Kalikasan’s environmental advocacies and causes.
155,666 in 2005
281,846 in 2006
Picnic grounds, butterfly sanctuary, and shell flower terraces.
Horseback riding, picnic, wall climbing, boating, paint gun, swimming, mountain bike, and rappelling.
How to get to La Mesa Ecopark?
Take a ride along Commonwealth Avenue going straight to North Fairview. Get off of Winston Street and take a tricycle, tell the driver to drop you off at La Mesa Watershed and Ecopark.
La Mesa Ecopark
La Mesa Watershed and Eco-Park Compound
Greater Lagro, Quezon City
Phone: +63-2-4304051 or +63-2-4305207