This park is traditionally known as the Uruapan National Park. It is located in a ravine formed by the Cupatitzio River, which is named as the “river that sings for its falls”. The thick nature that surrounds the eyes of water and the roads that cross the park make this place a very quiet and beautiful space
ome of the ponds that are formed are named after old legends. Right at the end of the park is a spring known as “the knee of the devil” for its curious rock formations; This helps to form the Tzarácuara waterfall, with a height of 60 meters. The water around the place is crystal clear with turquoise blue tones. A true natural spectacle. Currently the Park is divided into the Barranca del Cupatitzio National Park, and the Conservation Area.