El Yunque Trail Map
The El Yunque National Forest has many trails, streams, rivers and waterfalls that can be enjoyed year-round. Though the forest covers 28,000 acres, when most people (especially tourists) speak of "going to the rain forest" they’re referring to the Recreation Area on the north side of the Sierra de Luquillo Mountains. The "main road" into this area is state road 191. This map shows the trails and roads within the Recreation Area maintained by the US Forest Service.
We’ve marked the hiking trails with different colors. There’s no significance to the colors. We just wanted to be able to make the different trails "stand out" on the map. Please note that you can click on the blue labels in the map for more information.
If you’d like to print a map to take with you, check out this larger version of our El Yunque Trail Map that’s more suitable for printing. Clicking the link will open the map in a new window.
El Yunque National Forest is open 7 days/week, year-round.
Take Route 3 toward Rio Grande and Luquillo. You’ll see a big sign pointing to the Wyndham Rio Mar to the north and El Yunque to the south. Turn off of Route 3 at the Eureka gas station. Follow the little road for about 1 minute and you’ll see a sign for road 191 pointing up to the rain forest.