If you visit Uruapan be sure to save time for an afternoon at Parque Lineal de Camelina, located right next to the Uruapan National Park near Centro. We didn’t know it existed until recently and we spent a couple of hours exploring this beautiful place with our family…. By The Way…. It’s FREE!
And maybe it’s not hidden, but it definitely isn’t as popular as the Uruapan National Park. There are at least three entrances and all of them are easy to miss if you aren’t looking. Our family considers it to be just as pretty as the Uruapan National Park but much smaller in size.
One of the entrances is handicapped accessible. This is the entrance across the street from the San Pedro Fabric Factory. You won’t be able to go very far in a wheelchair but at least you will get a peek at the river and a couple pretty waterfalls. This spot is a great place for pictures.
Actually, we liked it so much we are getting ready to return this afternoon with our visiting friends from Ecuador. We’ve made this part of our “tour beautiful Mexico with the Ernspiker family” series ;-)
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Tina Marie Ernspiker
I live in Mexico with my hubby and four kiddos. I keep busy with homeschooling, traveling, and my Bible ministry. I love photography and writing, so I blog. My family is a little nutty but nutty is never boring and always an adventure. And I love adventure!