This project for this linear park began when a client approached the studio about developing a large tract of virgin land in Mazatlán. The original intervention called to only develop the edge condition closest to the coastline and the eastern end of the park. The intent was to create a limited intervention which would mediate between the public edge of the park along the commercial zone of the coastline and privacy of the park. Thus, the proposal was composed of a series of paths that interconnected the urban fabric of Mazatlán, saving residents and tourists time by allowing them to cross through the park. The intention of such paths was to take the user through a multitude phenomenological conditions from open areas next to the wetlands, to more intimate forested zones, to lively and active programmed areas of sporting amenities. These meandering paths drew inspiration from the Baroque garden-planning tradition, establishing clear sight lines and nodes of entrances and exits into the green areas which allow users to walk and experience the park, and one another, before accessing these.While planning the park, the utmost care was taken to be sensitive to the existing vegetation, making sure that all the developments and programmatic interventions happened in areas where it was not forested or where the existing trees could be transplanted to other areas for the park.