More Bermuda Walking and
Admiralty House Park
Spanish Point, Pembroke
A 16-acre park with maintained walking trails and some of the most interesting topography anywhere:sea caves, an enclosed protected beach cove for swimming and picnic grounds. The cliffs and caves are fun to explore.
Middle Road, Devonshire
Close to the City of Hamilton, this 19-acre largely open area includes tree and palm collections along with picnic areas. A popular park for cross country runners and other fitness enthusiasts.
Vesey Street, Devonshire
Protecting some of Bermuda’s last endemic vegetation, this 36-acre marsh attracts birds and other wildlife. No entrance into the marsh.
Spittal Pond Nature Reserve.
South Road, Smith’s Parish
Covering 34 acres, this is the largest and most accessible Bermuda nature reserve. Spittal Pond Reserve is known for its good trails and bird watching observation points. The spring and fall migrations have the best birding.
Blue Hole Park
Idwal Hughes Nature Reserve/Walsingham Trust Nature Reserve together make up the Walsingham 12-acre nature reserve area, better known as . Tom Moore’s Jungle. The rugged limestone landscape here sits on the island’s oldest geological formation.
The park contains diverse natural habitats including caves, sinkholes, marine ponds, mangroves, coastline and woodlands. A tremendous variety for such a small area.
Due to the varied topography, many rare and endangered plant and animal species--either native or endemic to Bermuda--thrive here.
Ferry Point Park
Ferry Reach Road
Overall, this is one of Bermuda's most interesting and diverse parks. Its "rural" open 63-acres has picnicking, sheltered swimming, fishing and walking trails. The park also surrounds the Martello Tower, Ferry Island Fort, a magazine, an historic cemetery, a small lake and a lime kiln. Seasonal camping is permitted by special permit. A good place to spend some extended time.
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