The area outside the entrance gates is quite lovely. Lots of plantings of nice trees and vegatation.
But don't let that fool you. The inside is anything but beautiful. In fact, it is kind of scary on the pathways.
A little way in, sits this long neglected play area. Swings were missing or hanging by one chain and almost everything was covered by rust and/or had sharp points and corners. Certainly no place a parent would allow their child to play.
Looking from the playground back to the entrance gates.
The pathways are surrounded by wild, unattended growth. Dense and forbidding. But I don't think anybody would want to leave the trails anyway. It was almost primevil looking.
The park sits on some very hilly land. The pathways are either cement ramps or steps. It is not an easy park to just take a leisurely stroll in. It was hot, muggy and a lot of work to go up and down these ramps.
The one on the right looks like a tree, doesn't it?
In truth, it was a very large cactus.
Here you can really see how steep these paths were. Just not an inviting system at all. In fact, we only encountered one other person the entire time we were walking around.
I suppose these pathways might be good for skateboarding, although only for the experienced.
We had great expectations for this park, since it was labeled as ecological. I'm not sure what I expected to see, but certainly not a park that was unfriendly and uninviting. All in all, we were greatly disappointed by this park and I would not recommend that you put it on your "must do" list when visiting Huatulco.