Peterson Cay National Park
Bahama's smallest park
Just 1.5-acres, the scrubby island with little shade but excellent snorkeling voer shallow bars and reefs on the west side.
A sandy beach on the north shore of Peterson Cay is popular for sunning and picnics. But you need to bring your own shade (a good hat) and sun screen to spend any length of time.
As a national park, everything on land and underwater is protected. No shelling or removal of anything, dead or alive.
Access is by boat only. Kayak tours are a popular way to reach the cay. Contact Kayak Nature Tours.
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