guanacaste national park
Small park. Big attractions.
Named for its giant Guanacaste trees, Guanacaste National Park is our smallest national park. The trees are more than 100 feet high and are filled with tropical birds like the smoky brown woodpecker, black-headed trogons, red-lored parrots and white-breasted wood wrens. If you’re looking for a small park with big attractions, Guanacaste is for you.

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