Runners can follow the Rio Suquía just south of the Parque Municipal San Martín to find more great running in Parque Kempes and Parque del Chateau. These interconnected parks are a nice run on their own, or in combination with each other, the Parque Municipal San Martín, or the Rio Suquía paths. Parque Kempes is tucked into the river bend just east of the Mario Kempes stadium. Here, runners will find a network of paved and dirt paths lining the riverbank. There’s also a running track near the stadium.
Just southwest in Parque del Chateau, visitors can run the grounds of Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, a former chateau complete with gardens and art exhibitions. The colorful painted walkways and raised bridges are especially fun to run across. If you choose to combine Parque Kempes and Parque del Chateau, use caution on the section crossing under Augustin Tosco. There are sidewalks, but they line a fairly busy stretch of road. We’ve mapped a 5.4 km tour of the two parks, but it can be modified to suit your own needs.
Add-Ons: See our nearby Parque Municipal San Martín route for a longer run.
- 5.4 km (3.4 miles)
- 64 meters (211 feet)
- Parque Kempes Norte
- Chateau Reserva Bus Stop