The Lucayan National Park has great historical and cultural significance. The Lucayan Caverns—over six miles of caves, caverns and charted tunnels—is one of the longest underwater cave systems in the world! Part of the protected park is Gold Rock Beach, which supports Grand Bahama’s mangrove ecosystem and features a spectacular variety of tropical vegetation.
Established in 1977, this 40-acre National Park incorporates one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world. Two caves are open to the public. Swimming in the caves is prohibited. A special permit is required for diving.
Nature trails and boardwalks lead to a variety of ecosystems. Picnic tables are located on the beach