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San Patricio Forest
Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Inside the metropolitan area there is a natural oasis known as the San Patricio Forest. This small forest has more than 60 species of trees and 30 species of birds. All its trails are paved. It is frequented by nature lovers to do exercise, walk, jog or to run bicycle. Others prefer to take advantage of its relaxing atmosphere to pray or meditate. It’s open from Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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1. Maritza Rodriguez
septiembre 20, 2010
En nuestra escuela se esta planificando el dia de la biodiversidad el proximo viernes 15 de octubre. Cada grado visitara y realizara investigacion supervisada y dirigida por maestros sobre el tema de la biodiversidad.El grado 11 desea hacer su trabajo en el bosque San Patricio. Por favor digame con quien debo hablar y si hay que pagar algo para entrar al bosque. Gracias por su atencion Sra. Maritza Rodriguez maestra

2. shealy connor montañez
febrero 9, 2011
una amigas y yo vamos a visitar este bosque, el proximo 13 de febrero para realiza un proyecto de la clases a ciencias ambientales. uuui que horror.. queremos mas información sobre el bosque antes que vallemos.

3. miozoty
mayo 30, 2011
quisiera saber un numero para comunicarme con ustedes

4. looka uno siete dos
noviembre 18, 2011
pongan mas informacioooonnnnnnnn

5. Nichole
enero 19, 2014
Me guataroa k paginas asi las pusieran mas al dia el turismoninterno de puerto rico es bien importtante

6. bertrand
mayo 3, 2015
La pista no es buena para bicicletas.

7. Kai H. Griebenow
abril 20, 2016
I visited the park recently. There are basically two parts - the park and a Mogote. The first is an old urbanization in which now the forest is taking over old concrete houses (which are still there as ruins). The trees in this part are largely invasive fast growing species (Acacia, Tulipan etc.) and old fruit trees with some more interesting Monkey Ear Lobe trees and some Rubber trees etc. also present. The trails are the old streets of the neighborhood. There is a lot of junk in that forest in

8. juan
diciembre 26, 2016
Tienen que arreglar el camino...esta horrible y si no tienes cuidado te puedes perder. Bien humedo en verano. Tiene si una vegatacion increible.

9. Sormarie Grisselle Faura
mayo 1, 2017
Se puede realizar una boda pequeña?

10. Mark J. Olive
diciembre 28, 2023
I lived here from 1962 until 1966. It was a Naval Housing Base , no military operations; just housing. It was a beautiful place to live. Some of my most cherished childhood memories are of this place. The houses have all been knocked down and the place is barely recognizable from when I lived there. I was surprised that when the Navy abandoned it that it was not developed into a new housing area. All of the sewer lines , electrical lines and telephone lines were in. The streets were all laid out. But it being a wildlife preserve is kind of nice. © 2021 we are an independent tourism guide of Puerto Rico. terms and conditions