The Mango Creek Lodge Grounds

The Mango Creek Lodge grounds contain 22 acres of beautifully landscaped private property on the shores of Roatan’s East End. Our lighted pathways allow you to explore the immediate area by day or night.

Mango Creek Lodge’s lower grounds are landscaped with dozens of varieties of tropical flowers, palms, trees, and plants. Our full-time groundskeepers work year-round to maintain the Caribbean beauty of the existing landscaping while continually adding new plants and features.

Photo of a Mango Creek Lodge path

A Mango Creek Lodge grounds path

The lower grounds will, in the future, contain our nursery and vegetable gardens.  Here, the gardening staff will grow produce—such as sweet peppers, mutton peppers, basil, mint, green beans, corn, pumpkins, limes, papaya, passion fruit, and mangos—for the Mango Creek Lodge restaurant as well as decorative trees and plants for our landscaping.  This is currently a work in progress.

Mango Creek Lodge’s upper grounds contain two-thirds of our overall property. This area has been preserved in its natural state to provide a buffer between our development and the Port Royal Wildlife Refuge, which borders the back of the grounds.

For more information about the plants and animals found at Mango Creek Lodge, download a copy of our flora and fauna guide (PDF 894 KB).

 

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