This reserve is one of the 21 public forests that belong to the government of Puerto Rico. Toro Negro is a rainforest that receives about 110 inches of precipitation per year and whose average temperature is around 65 degrees Fahrenheit. This forest is comprised of 8,000 acres of land and is home to Cerro Punta which, with an elevation of 1,338 meters, is the highest peak on the island. Toro Negro has nine rivers and two lakes where you can fish, kayak, or boat. You can also walk along its paths, bathe in natural pools, and enjoy its recreational areas that are very popular among those who enjoy camping. Campers will find a site with gazebos, barbecues, bathrooms, and parking.
For reservations, please call:
Department of Natural Resources
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/yyQTvESvoAw5rkQy5
Phone: 787-867-3040 / 787-999-2200, ext. 5156.
Available spaces are limited.
- Charco Confesora: (18.176901, -66.495861)
- Dona Juana Falls: (18.182836, -66.512257)
- Toro Negro Forest Camping Area, entrance: (18.172912, -66.491602)
- Toro Negro Forest Observation Tower: (18.171891, -66.480879)
- Toro Negro Forest Office and Parking: (18.173445, -66.492261)