Parque Nacional Isla De CabrasCurrently Closed
- Address: PR-870, San Juan, Toa Baja 00949, Puerto Rico
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7877880440
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras - Review
Surrounded on both sides with the North Atlantic Ocean, the Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras offers breath-taking views of the ocean from the non-swimming beach. You will see the ruins of the Leprocomio fort that used to house the unfortunate sufferers of leprosy. Cycling, fishing, hiking and picnicking are the popular activities here. Watching the industrial and recreational cruise ships entering and going out of the bay by the city walls of El Morro will be a wonderful experience. The snack bar will offer you tropical drinks and snacks while you enjoy taking pictures of the beach and sunbath. The Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras also has the detached section of the Puerto Rico Police which can be visited at free of cost.
How To reach Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras by Public Transport
- Cover on foot.
Things to Know Before Visiting Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras
0.61% of people who visit San Juan include Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras in their plan
95% of people start their Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras
People normally also visit Castillo De San Cristobal while planning their trip to Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras.
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Parque Nacional Isla De Cabras, San Juan Reviews
Stumbled across this place by sheer stupid luck. The guard at the gate was incredibly friendly. Thanks for your hospitality and info. We enjoyed the visit. Seeing Old San Juan from across the bay is a vision and a completely different view. I think this is a hidden gem. Husband and I were enjoying a late afternoon Jeep ride when we rode through. Great place to bring the family. My only complaint (not a deterrent) is the trash. How I wish people could just pick up after themselves! Frustrates me. I certainly don't want to swim here but it's a nice place to stop and visit.
Aún con todas las limitaciones físicas causadas por el paso del Huracán María, el parque sigue siendo un lugar ideal para un 'pasa día familiar'. A la fecha que se escribe este 'review', las glorietas no tienen electricidad, y el cuadro telefónico no funciona. Se sugiere ir miércoles a domingo en la mañana para separar 'glorietas'. Como sea Isla de Cabras sigue siendo un Parque Urbano con una de las vistas más emotivas de la isla.
At night you can walk by the pathway that conducts to the entrance of this National Park (which of course is closed during the night) and enjoy the cruise ships departing from the Old San Juan Bay!🛳️
Other than the "Fortin El Cañuelo" there was nothing else to do other than looking across the bay to "El Morro".
Great place, lots of cars n people, would give 5 Stars if it was cleaner, needs repairs on the big bohio, other than that fun place.