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Spring Bay National Park

Spring Bay National Park

British Virgin Islands
(284) 494-2069
bvinpt@bvinationalparkstrust.org

Established in 1964    |    Area: 5.5 acres To the east of The Baths is Spring Bay. The giant boulders line the beach and there are excellent swimming and snorkelling opportunities for novices and professionals alike. The well-manicured lawn leading to the beach is also a favourite for picnic and recreational games. The NPT has recently put in swings and added picnic benches to further enhance the park. Its small coves, which provide safe snorkelling are popular with charter boat guests, who moor their boats in the area. Massive boulders form coves that allow a steady but calm flow of water back and forth. Marine life is vibrant at Spring Bay since fishing is not permitted. A unique enclosure of boulders forms a natural pool called The Crawl. In the past, this was used by fishermen to hold turtles and fishes alive until they were ready to be used.

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Established in 1964    |    Area: 5.5 acres To the east of The Baths is Spring Bay. The giant boulders line the beach and there are excellent swimming and snorkelling opportunities for novices and professionals alike. The well-manicured lawn leading to the beach is also a favourite for picnic and recreational games. The NPT has recently put in swings and added picnic benches to further enhance the park. Its small coves, which provide safe snorkelling are popular with charter boat guests, who moor their boats in the area. Massive boulders form coves that allow a steady but calm flow of water back and forth. Marine life is vibrant at Spring Bay since fishing is not permitted. A unique enclosure of boulders forms a natural pool called The Crawl. In the past, this was used by fishermen to hold turtles and fishes alive until they were ready to be used.

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