Wingfield Park is located at 300 Center Street near the Ruidoso Midtown Shopping District. From the annual Light Parade After-Party the first Saturday in December to summer concerts, keep abreast of scheduled Wingfield Park and other Ruidoso Recreation Department sponsored activities here.
For more information and to learn how to reserve the Wingfield Park Pavilion for your gathering contact Ruidoso Parks and Recreation:
Have fun with the outdoor instruments while introducing music to your little ones then head to the playground equipment, go for a walk in the enclosed perennial garden in season, or use the disc golf beginner-friendly, “pitch and putt” course.
The park also features both men and women's restrooms.
In 1928 Ike and Lula Wingfield built a summer camp for residents of El Paso's Southwestern Children's Home at the site of Wingfield Park. The children enjoyed outdoor activities like playing in the river, fishing, horseback riding and hiking. Lula started an iris and flower bed in front of the lodge and the present New Mexico perennial flower garden was installed in honor of the Wingfields.