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How to go to La Mesa Ecopark Edit

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About La Mesa Ecopark

The public park spans 33 hectares aims to preserve and protect the La Mesa Watershed, not only by generating revenues, but also promoting environmental awareness in saving the environment. The primary focus of the Ecopark is for outdoor recreation and forest experience. Students, families, environmentalists, tourists, fitness buffs flock the park everyday, seeing it as an alternative to the shopping malls in the metro.

La Mesa Ecopark Directions

Directions on how to travel and commute to La Mesa Ecopark:


Your main target road is Commonwealth Avenue to access La Mesa EcoPark. You can access this via Quezon Avenue or North Avenue.

For private vehicles

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Photo from Instagram by iloveterearagon

La Mesa Ecopark is along Commonwealth Avenue. You can access this road via EDSA passing through Quezon City Circle or via C-5. You can access this by passing through Katipunan extension (going to Tandang Sora). Once you are in Commonwealth, the main landmarks are the following:


If you are Fairview-Bound

On your right, you will see Sangkalan and City Oil gas station. On your left, you well see Honda showroom, PLDT/Skycable building. Turn right at Pearl Street, then right to Winston, and then left at Dunhill street

You can always opt for a taxi cab/Grab ride: from any area in the Metro, book a ride to "La Mesa Ecopark" along Commonwealth Avenue.

Read more about La Mesa Ecopark

If you are commuting:

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Photo from Flickr by Jorge Láscar

2 choices when you’re coming from the North

(CaMaNaVa area):


Choice 1 (via Bus to Quezon Avenue)


Step 1

Take a Southbound bus via EDSA heading to Baclaran, MIA, Alabang, FTI, or Ayala-Leveriza and get off on Quezon Avenue.

Step 2

From there, ride an FX or jeepney bound for SM Fairview. Request to be dropped off on Winston street in East Fairview Subdivision.

Step 3

Ride a tricycle going to La Mesa Ecopark.


Choice 2 (via MRT to Quezon Avenue Q. Ave.)


Step 1

Ride an MRT southbound and get off at Quezon Avenue station.

Step 2

From there, ride an FX or jeepney bound for SM Fairview. Request to be dropped off on Winston street in East Fairview Subdivision.

Step 3

Ride a tricycle going to La Mesa Ecopark.

4 choices when you’re coming from the South

Choice 1 (Bus to Fairview)


Step 1

Take a Northbound bus via EDSA to Fairview. Request to be dropped off at Winston street

Step 2

Ride a tricycle going to La Mesa Ecopark.


Choice 2 (Bus to Quezon Avenue (Q. Ave.))

Step 1

Ride a bus Northbound via EDSA with signboards pointing to Monumento and get off at Quezon Avenue.

Step 2

From there, ride an FX or jeepney bound for SM Fairview. Request to be dropped off on Winston street in East Fairview Subdivision.

Step 3

Ride a tricycle going to La Mesa Ecopark.


Choice 3 (MRT to Quezon Avenue (Q Ave.))

Step 1

Ride an MRT Northbound and get off on Quezon Avenue station.

Step 2

From there, ride an FX or jeepney bound for SM Fairview. Request to be dropped off on Winston street in East Fairview Subdivision.

Step 3

Ride a tricycle going to La Mesa Ecopark.


Choice 4 ( via FX from SM Mall Asia)

Step 1

Ride an FX in SM Mall of Asia terminal that is bound for Fairview and get dropped off at Winston street

Step 2

Ride a tricycle to the La Mesa Ecopark.


Pros: You don't have to transfer vehicles.

Cons: This route might take longer because it will circle Manila first before heading to EDSA 


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