PR-834, Guaynabo, 00957, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 834 Guaynabo PR
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PMOpen now
Thursday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
About the business
La Marquesa | Municipio de Guaynabo
El Parque Forestal la Marquesa es un parque ecológico a 15 minutos del área metropolitana, un pulmón verde para el disfrute de toda la familia.
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Recent Google Reviews
Emmanuel Liz said 4 years ago
This park is great if you have children. If you don't have children you will still have fun. The monarch butterfly and Parrots are beautiful. They have 3 playgrounds for young children to have some fun. Food is fairly cheap, which is a plus. They have 2 forms of travel with in the park. Train ride (tractor) or cable trolley. All in all its fun place to visit.
Julie Nafey said 4 years ago
Quiet and beautiful. Small enough park so it is not overwhelming to see everything. Great for kids. Playgrounds everywhere.
Jaime Silva Bey said 4 years ago
Such an awesome place for the family and friends, park pesonel are always ready to help visitors, this is the 3rd time me and my wife have come to the park and for sure we will be coming back.
Hector G said 4 years ago
Good place for spend few hours with family and friends. Have good ziplines.
Oscar Lucin said 5 years ago
Great place to spend a few hours. The Gondola Lift was down which would have had good canopy views. The observation tower was cool but definitely a few minutes of exertion to get to. The aviary and butterfly section were awesome. Definitely never been so close to so many types of parrots.
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