Petroglyphs & Trail

This trail begins 1.5 miles down the Reef Bay trail, and is .2 of a mile long. A very nice little side-trail off of the Reef Bay Trail which leads to the Petroglyph Falls and Petroglyphs. During the dry season the falls reduce to a small trickle. The rock carvings by the pools are attributed to early Arawak Indians.

The trail to the Petroglyphs is bordered on one side with a rock wall, and on the other with a plant known as "Mother-in-laws toungue".

Here the falls are only a trickle.

There is a small pool under the falls.

The Petroglyphs themselves are more easily seen if you get them a little wet.