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The park is quite big, perhaps 1000 x 500 meters. It's mostly grasslands and dams with a paved road going around it. There are supposed to be some giant mantes in the dams but they were not to be seen this day. Some locals playing...More
Also known as "sea cows" manatees are large (up to four meters) aquatic herbivores. We collected some grass in the park and went to feed these charming creatures in a dam inside the park. They don't show themselves a lot, but come up enough to...More
I did visit this park with wife and son ,did pay a small fee to park my car( and got a receipt). Clean park where you can walk or run, there was one man that approached us and warn us about our phone to keep...More
This park has people exercising and generally enjoying themselves. The highlight is, however, the manatees. Get some tall grass that grows everywhere in the park and swish, slap or wave in the water. The manatee come swimming to nibble their food. Very gentle creature although...More
My friend and I spent an afternoon at the park. It was the emancipation day festival going on so lot of interesting things to see. We did not see any Manatees though. Perhaps they were hiding due to the loud music. There was an entry...More
Basically I only came here for the Manatees which I got to sit and watch them feed for hours. Really cool creatures. All the grass they cut on the fields was dumped into their ponds where feeding frenzies ensued.
I walked to this park as it didn't seem far from my hotel in Quamina st. The only problem was the lack of sidewalks, and one has to be careful about the traffic. I went there to look for manatees in ponds; I did not...More
I am reading the other 2 reviews and can't believe we visited the same place. I went to the park just to see the manatees. The park was completely neglected. All the sports fields had grass growing several feet high, making them completely unusable. The...More