To the north and east of Patillas, tourists have access to Puerto Rico's mountainous region, while the rest of the town is situated in a relatively flat valley. Flowing through Patillas are several rivers and creeks which are known for their great inland fishing opportunities, and there are also a collection of city parks that are perfect for getting some fresh air, releasing built up energy, and picnicking.
Do you like being outside? You may be pleased to know the area has an interesting nature preserve nearby.
Bosque Estatal De Carite is a popular nature preserve located 7.0 mi. North-Northwest of central Patillas. From San Juan, the easiest way to get to the park is to take Highway 52 South all the way to Highway 184, which when taken Southeast will take you into the park.
|Bosque Estatal De Carite||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.0 mi. North-Northwest of Central Patillas||Puerto Rico|
Travelers can spend some time in one of the many parks in and around Patillas.
The parks worth looking into can be seen in the following table.
|Park||5.3 mi. Northwest of Central Patillas|
|Park||7.1 mi. West-Southwest of Central Patillas|
|Park||0.4 mi. East of Central Patillas|
|Park||7.2 mi. West-Southwest of Central Patillas|
|Park||Maunabo, 7.7 mi. East of Central Patillas|
Keep in mind that Patillas has other attractions. To reach our detailed page about other attractions, navigate to this page.
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