Turtle River Park is worth a visit if you are in Ocho Rios, the beautiful landscaped park right in the middle of the town centre covers 3 hectares of land and offers a few surprises for visitors young and old.
Giving Jamaican’s and visitors a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of the town and sit and relax in peaceful tranquility, the park is free to members of the public and open every day of the week. The park was opened on 18 June 2004 by Prime Minister P J Patterson (PM of the time) after the (UDC) Urban Development Corporation decided the old bus park was ideal for redevelopment.
- Free Entrance to members of the public
- Open all week
- Clean Toilets
- Snack Outlet
- Childrens Swing Area
- Seating areas / Picnic Tables
- Landscaped Gardens
- Ponds and water features
- Parking – fee payable; free parking spots are available down the end of the road past the main entrance on Milford Road (do NOT park where you see yellow lines or parking restrictions!)
- Security – Wardens patrol park ensuring park rules are upheld
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