EcoPaz takes inspiration from the three ethics of permaculture: Care for the Earth, Care for People, and Fair Share. Parque EcoPaz is a community park with a global view. We fervently nurture the park’s 22 rolling acres of reimagined farmland and verdant Monteverde forest in conservation efforts while also providing locals and visitors a community space for playing, learning, growing, and sharing. The park is a home to many plants, birds, insects, and animals with whom we also respectfully share the space.
Parque EcoPaz is a hidden gem located only one kilometer from the town center of Santa Elena, Monteverde. Come play, exercise, explore, or just chill out in our lovely little piece of Cloud Forest -- free of charge! We are conveniently located on the road to some of Monteverde's most visited tourist destinations, so stop by between tours for a picnic or a pick-up game and enjoy a truly local experience.
Looking for a deeper experience with the local community? We invite individuals, families, students, teachers, and groups to work with us and engage in community service, internships, environmental action and education projects through Monteverde Roots. Our hands-on programs serve all ages, time frames, and various areas of interests and expertise.
Call, text or email us with any questions about Visiting the Park or our Monteverde Roots Programs of Community Service, Internships, and Education.
Monteverde, Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Our very Costa Rican address is: 200m north of Bon Appetit Restaurant, 2nd entrance on the left along the road to Sky Treks, Aventura, Reserva Santa Elena...
09:30 am – 05:00 pm
"He who plants a tree loves others besides himself. " (T. Fuller)
Your donation directly supports the sustainability of the park and the park's contribution to the well-being of people and nature in our local and global communities. For every donation, we will plant one of our own native tree saplings in the park. Among its many other benefits, our reforestation work helps to connect our forest to the Bellbird Biological Corridor, the "nature superhighway" conservation project from Monteverde to the Pacific coast. Thank you for your support!