BE ONE WITH NATURE
Nestled in the South-western side of Antigua, The Wallings Reservoir began construction in 1890 and was completed at the turn of the century in 1900. Although originally designed to hold 13 million gallons of water to supply the local population, nine years after its construction, it had to be repaired. At that time, it was supplying thirty water tanks in 15 villages.
After three long years of drought, in 1912, Wallings became empty but was again filled when heavy rains fell in October and November of that same year.
In November 1945, a small additional Dam was constructed forming the picturesque and now iconic Fig Tree Drive.
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Make waves with nature on a guided Hike at the Wallings Nature Reserve. Breathtaking views and the experience of a lifetime with our experienced Rangers!
Purchase Locally-made souvenirs, treats and more at our woodland gift shop. Get Wallings Nature Reserve paraphernalia and gifts with 100% proceeds toward Wallings’ Development.
Donate to Wallings and make a difference today. Help us to protect and preserve our history by making a donation to the Reserve. All donations go towards restoration and maintenance. [Click here to make your donation...]
OUR HIKES & TOURS
Choose from our hikes and tours and revel in the beauty of nature with our experienced and courteous Rangers.
- Easy: 1-hour Button Pond (Adults US$40 & Children US$20 )
- Medium: 21/2-hour Signal Hill (Adults US$50 & Children US$30)
- Hard: 5-hour Rendezvous Bay (Adults: US$80 & Children US$60)
- Extra Hard: 51/2-hour Rendezvous to Claremont (Adults US$120 & Children US$100)
BECOME A RANGER
Share your love for nature and become a Wallings Certified Ranger. Learn about the Reserve and sharpen your skills. Request a form and start your adventure with us today.