This place is very cool. It's actually one of the lushest green "rainforest"esque places on the island. The rest of the island is actually quite dry relative to this. The one bone I have to pick is that there really isn't much to do but walk some limited trails. You won't likely be finding nice walking trails that go on for miles and miles. The views in the park are spectacular, but I just don't know how you could spend more than an hour or two here. Glad I went, don't get me wrong. But just go with the right expectations or you could be disappointed. Also, parking lot requires you pay, so if you park on the road in (if its not already full), you can avoid that. Not sure if its legal, but we left before any citations (if there are any).
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