Clifton Heritage National Park

History and nature preserved

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New Providence Island’s westernmost end once thrived as a shipping pier and plantation stronghold as early as the 18th century. This national park preserves plantation ruins and heritage that predates that era, back to prehistoric times and the Lucayan Indians who first inhabited these islands.

Remains of a Lucayan village, slave huts, a pirate’s staircase, caves, artist sculptures, and all-natural beaches dwell within the park’s protective embrace. Trails take you along the coastline, into the woods, and past what remains of a plantation great house.

At A Glance

S. West Rd.
(242) 362-4368
Self-tour $2; guided tour $3 adults, $2 children ages 10 and younger

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