Cúpido Park is a large rectangular garden square bordered by Avenida de Castilla and Casimiro Sainz Street. It can be found between the mythical building of La Casona and the tandem formed by the train and bus stations. The park was built in the late 19th century and has several walking trails surrounded by green lawns interspersed between flower beds and a large grove formed by buckeye, yews, cypress and fir trees. There are lots of benches you can sit on in the shade, and there's also a playground and fitness training circuit. The Park was originally named Casimiro Sainz Park in memory of the painter whose bronze statue has presided over the central area of the park since 1923.
Parque de los Obeso is another one of the city of Reinosa's green spaces. It's a relatively new park, built on the grounds of the former Molino de San Esteban or de los Obeso, right in front of the Convent of San Francisco. It has an area of 38,000 square meters and consists of a large meadow where kids can play ball. The park is cut by a channel whose waters were operated by the mill, and there's a wooded area and a number of hiking trails, and the Path of Ebro (GR-99) that pass through here. The Paseo del Quintanal, which defines the park's southwest boundary, is a pleasant walk on which there's a series of wooden walkways. The park also has a playground and a café-bar.