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Fri. Dec. 9 and Sat. Dec. 10

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm each night



Welcome in the Holiday Season by joining us at Keystone Heritage Park where the Garden pathways and Lake will be aglow with over 2,500 Luminaria’s. Enjoy the sounds of the Holidays, a sweet treat and a  cup of Hot Coco.

All funds raised go to Keystone Heritage Park.  Information 915-581-7920


Educational Opportunities and Educational Series:

Our ethno-botanical timeline will transport you back through a timeline that begins at the end of the last Ice Age and continues through modern times. The garden contains a replica of a pit house similar in style to the ancient houses found on the Keystone Archeological Site directly east of the garden. The Keystone Archeological Site dates back 4000 years to the Archaic period when native peoples shifted from being hunter and gathers to a reliance on cultivated plants. The site has remnants of over 40 pit houses and has become a Texas State Archeological Landmark. According to National Geographic magazine, the site may be on the oldest and largest villages of its kind in the United States.

Field Trip and Guided Tours are welcome for Schools, Religious and Civic Organizations, Business, or any group.

Call 915-581-7920 for more information and to set up your tour


 Volunteer Days at Keystone Last

Saturday of the Month

Interested in Volunteering at Keystone Heritage Park and the El Paso Desert Botanical Gardens ???

915-581-7920 or khpelpaso@gmail.com


Picture your event at desert botanical gardens and amphitheater:

Contact our special event coordinator

for more information: Benita Nueman 915-204-8898


Here is a sample of events held at Keystone

Our Ampitheater

Annual “Luminaria’s by the lake” light up the desert botanical gardens and wetlands for two nights in December

Weddings are even more special in

the Desert Botanical Gardens at Keystone

El Paso Rotary Clubs Annual Wild West

Wine Festival

The Camino Real Rotary Club

“Tequila Tasting Night”


 All kinds of Parties are held at

Keytone Heritage Park.  Why not yours?