This is an excellent place for a walk in the city. There are well maintained paths and display boards with clear maps of the trails and examples of the animals that you might see. The large pools support water fowl and this enables a good range of birds to be observed. It was a hot day when we visited but there are plenty of trees to provide shade and places to sit and have a picnic.
Buenos Aires South American sentiment, here is shrouded in mystery, here is the most expansive land, here is a mysterious place, here is a paradise, here is like a simple girl, the beauty is amazing.
I recommend riding a bike through the Reserva until you arrive at the Plata River (the Costanera, as it's called), where you can relax and have a picnic. Or once you've exited the Reserva, stop by a food truck for a choripan or bondiola, two of the most popular (and delicious) local sandwiches.
Buenos Aires has a large ecological reserve just along the water in the main part of the city! It is incredible that this prime real estate has been preserved.
Join the ranks of locals running or biking here, specially during weekends. You can stop on the way to relax by the river or bird watching. Once you are done with your workout, indulge yourself with a choripan from Costanera. Hey, you deserve it!!
The ecological reserve has some good running paths away from the urban areas, but sometimes its not open.