As long as you like the outdoors you will like Puerto Rico. Pretty far from San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo you find Shoe Line Trail but when you spend some time hiking here you will feel like a whole new person. If you want to hit the beach, Escambron Beach is around here, and since you're here you will meet lots of folks from nearby Catano. Whitewater paddling is not for everybody but if it's for you then we recommend Rio de la Plata. Don't forget to visit Puerta
de San Juan if you're here at Shoe Line Trail, and some nearby water includes Cano de San Fernando. You ought to positively stop at charming Playa de los Cabes since you're here at Shoe Line Trail, and you might also want to pay a
visit to Bajo San Agustin if you're here at Shoe Line Trail. Caribbean National Forest is a good site to stretch your legs a bit. Through the long summer days here at Shoe Line Trail, high temperatures usually get into the 80's while overnight lows are ordinarily in the 70's. For the period of the winter highs are in the 80's while Shoe Line Trail nighttime low temperatures all through the wintertime are in the 70's. A large amount of rain falls at Shoe Line Trail. The month of November is the wettest with most of the rain; March is the month with the least moisture.