Ocean Park Beach at Park Boulevard Street
Tres Palmas Inn beachfront hotel is located Ocean Park Beach which is bound on the east by Calle Guerrero Noble and its straight extension to the beach, a short piece of Calle Cacique running east to connect to Calle Teniente Rivera, and the connecting piece of Calle Soldado Cruz to Calle Loíza. The southern border runs up to Calle Loíza, but excluding same. In the west, it is Calle María Mozco (northern part) and Calle Santa Ana. The north is bordered by the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. Right through the centre runs Avenida McLeary where cafes, pubs and some services line the street.
Ocean Park Beach is located between Condado and Isla Verde beaches making it an essential tranquil residential beach, with numerous examples of single family homes from the decades between 1930 and 1950. Small Bed & Breakfast and Tres Palmas Inn which blends in with the residential community also dot the area. Its wide ocean front and offshore reefs prevent large waves from reaching the beach, which is popular with trendy beachgoers. Strong seasonal onshore trade winds make the area popular for kitesurfing and windsurfing.
At the right of the district is the Parque Barbosa and the residential area of Park Boulevard, forming the eastern part of the district. Parque Barbosa, also known as “Ultimo Trolley” (Last Tram) is the home of the Ocean Park Marlins Futbol Club, a football team with categories from 5 year-old kids to “Superior” (semi-professional) both for female and male footballers. Último Trolley was the last electric streetcar that crossed the streets of San Juan from 1901 to 1946 and was placed in the park and operated as a restaurant, hence the name, último trolley.