Antigua Attractions
Indian Town National Park

A cool, wind-swept place.
Great for hiking.

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Indian Town National Park
Stretch Your Legs, Enjoy The Breeze

Indian Town National Park is located at Antigua's eastern end. The park fronts the Atlantic at Long Bay.

Indian Town National Park has a rocky, wind-swept shore that is not often visited. A land mostly of acacia trees (acassiea locally) and limestone formations, including some especially good blowholes when the wind is right.

Hiking trails lead to and along the coastline. Alternatively, you turn right before Long Bay to reach Indian Town Point.

The most famous site is the Devil's Bridge, a limestone arch formed by endless wave action. Located at the mouth of Indian Town Creek, it's surrounded by a meadow-like headland.

Location: To reach Indian Town National Park, drive through the towns of Pares and Willikies to Long Bay, west of Indian Town Point and a deep cove known as Indian Town Creek. The park fronts the Atlantic at Long Bay.

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