Roaring River Park is a heritage and nature park near Petersfield, Westmoreland Parish, Jamaica. Roaring River is at Shrewsbury Estate, about 2km north of the main crossroads in Petersfield (8km northeast of Savanna-la-Mar). A former slave plantation, the Roaring River Estate, is named for the gushing waters of the river. Its history is rooted in the sugar industry of the colonial era, beginning in the late 17th century. It was owned by the Beckfords of Gloucestershire, one of the first English families to settle in Jamaica after the island was won from the Spanish.
The park’s main attraction is the Roaring River Cave, one of the most interesting underground caverns with a mineral spring in which visitors can swim. The beautifully landscaped gardens beckon those seeking relaxation.
You will be picked up from and returned to your desired location whether it is your hotel or guest house.