Updates and Available Areas for Public Use

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Collage of images from recovery: recreation site, waterfall and trailhead

Repairs to Forest roads, recreational facilities and trails continue along with efforts to stabilize landslides damaged throughout the Forest. The following recreation sites, roads and trails are currently accessible:

  • Recreation Sites: 1) La Coca Falls and parking areas; 2) Yokahu Tower; 3) Puente Roto day use site; 4) Bano Grande and 5) Rio Sabana Recreation Area (south side of the Forest in Naguabo)
  • Roads: 1) PR191 to the Mt. Britton trailhead (Rd 9938); 2) PR988; 3) PR966, and 4) PR186
  • Trails: Big Tree Trail and La Mina Trail to the popular La Mina Falls, remain closed at this time. Effective October 24, 2018 a portion of Angelito trail is now closed temporarily until further notice for repairs.  The nearby Puente Roto recreation site provides acccess to the Rio Mameyes.    Trails open include: Mt. Britton Trail; access to El Yunque Peak along a segment of the El Yunque Peak trail or Rd 10 and La Coca Trail        

As road work, debris removal, and power grid repairs continue within and on the way to El Yunque National Forest, visitors can expect traffic delays and temporary closures to facilitate ongoing recovery work. While efforts have been taken to provide for safe travel and recreation use of areas, be mindful that recovery efforts both within and outside the Forest will continue.

 

Maps of recovery effortsPortalito Hubs

 





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