Hope Great House National Park
Located in Landrail Point, it comprises two former Loyalist compounds. The estate covers 3.6 acres, with an artillery battery, plus a house with a kitchen. The great house was the centerpiece of a 19th-century plantation around the time of George V of England.
Today, the ruins are embraced by aloe and numerous other plants that were part of the estate's orchards and gardens. A variety of local flora and fauna can be found here.
This protected landmark became a National Park in 2002, managed by the Bahamas National Trust.
Click here to see the park's boundaries.
Persons with mobility impairments of those in wheelchairs should be careful moving around on the site; there are bushy and rocky areas.
Pet Friendly Notes
No pets are permitted in National Parks.