Already a member?

Forgot password?

Don't have an account?

Activities in May Pen, Jamaica

Things to Do

Vernam Field

Vernam field Clarendon was originally an airfield but now used as a drag and car racing track.  The annual car racing event held around Easter time is a big event for Jamaica’s racing enthusiasts.


Halse Hall Great House 

Take a left at the roundabout at May Pen bypass and through the mineral heights community.  About a mile up the road on the right you will come to the entrance to the Halse Hall Great House, now a used as office space by the current owners.

This house is now owned by Alcoa Minerals of Jamaica and as a heritage site is opens for tours on appointment – contact Mrs. Chambers on 986 2561, to arrange a tour and learn about the history of this Great House.


Milk River Bath

Visited by many local Jamaicans and visitors alike searching for the calmness and stimulants of a mineral bath. There are those who believe that there are healing qualities gained from taking a mineral bath and those who just find it refreshing and different. Whatever your reason, the waters soft, soothing and very relaxing.


Rio Minho

The Rio Minho is the longest river in Jamaica at 92.8 km (57.7 mi).  It rises close to the island’s geographic center, flows generally south-southwest and reaches the Caribbean Sea at Carlisle Bay in the central south coast, to the west of the island’s southern most Portland Point in Clarendon.