It is a huge forest-like park with trails criss-crossing in every direction. One of the gems in the park is the Japanese garden. It is a consistently maintained and manicured little garden for walking around. Of course in typical Mexican style, you are not supposed to sit on the grass anywhere in the park; grass is for looking at.
To Visit: Entrance is 4.5 pesos per adult, parking also 4.5 pesos; free on Sundays. There are three entrances: Patria (for playground, basketball courts), Camacho (for duck pond, Japanese garden), and Torreon.