Blue Holes National Park
The Blue Holes National Park was established in 2002, in recognition of the importance of preserving the natural wonders of the world. Encompassing some 33,235 acres, the park protects a large number of blue holes and freshwater reservoirs.The surrounding pine and coppice forests are also protected areas.
Click here to see the park's boundaries.
While the blue hole can be accessed by persons with mobility impairments, it is surrounded by rocky terrain, which can present a challenge when moving around.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are not permitted in National Parks.
- Hiking on Nature Trails