The park is based on a natural spring that people swim in. It is not overly clean. It has great bones and could be a highlight of the area. It has a number of cabannas for drinking at night although I have to admit I haven't been up lomg enough to enjoy.
This is the place refer as "Ojo de Agua" in Aguadilla. Is a plaza built over a natural spring and was well build to preserve the natural water and its natural flow. Located one-two blocks from the main Aguadilla Plaza and close to the ocean.
El Parterre historical site, where the spanish invaders drank its purest water upon their arrival to the island of Boriquen. Filled with rich history this is a very relaxating place to be, either by youself or with family.
I like coming here. The water is so nice and the park is peaceful though sometimes you might see some unsavory looking people. At the plaza, there is karoke and bands coming to play. It has a nice sculptor of the Taino Indians.