Grenada Sights



Grand Étang National Park & Forest Reserve

Grand Étang National Park & Forest Reserve Review

A rain forest and wildlife sanctuary deep in the mountainous interior of Grenada, Grand Étang has miles of hiking trails for all levels of ability. There are also lookouts to observe the lush flora and many species of birds and other fauna (including the Mona monkey) and a number of streams for fishing. Grand Étang Lake is a 36-acre expanse of cobalt-blue water—1,740 feet above sea level—that fills the crater of an extinct volcano. Although legend has it that the lake is bottomless, maximum soundings have been recorded at just 18 feet. The informative Grand Étang Forest Center has displays on the local wildlife and vegetation. A forest ranger is on hand to answer questions; a small snack bar and souvenir stands are nearby.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Main interior road, between Grenville and St. George's St. Andrew | Map It
  • Phone: 473/440–6160
  • Cost: $1
  • Hours: Daily 8:30–4
  • Location: Grenada
Updated: 03-04-2014

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