Roaring River Park is a heritage and nature park at Shrewsbury Estate, near Negril, Westmoreland. A former slave plantation, the Roaring River Estate is named for the gushing waters of the river. 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 roadway leading to the Roaring River Park required rehabilitative works to be conducted in an effort to improve the longevity of the road for a better commuting experience. The rehabilitative works included beautification in the form of de-bushing activities, repairs to the wall as well as road repairs with asphaltic concrete.