Kids and adults alike will enjoy the latest addition to the Grace Bay Beach area – a brand new park. Located on the western end of our famous stretch of sand (next to the Wymara/Gansevoort), the park is a product of public/private partnership in TCI.
It includes a native botanical garden, a children’s playground, volleyball court, shaded picnic areas and a crafts village. It’s a perfect place for an outing or BBQ with the whole family and its right on the beach – 950 linear fee to beachfront to be exact, and the entire park sits on six acres.
Right across the street is the TCI National Environmental Center, which is also a neat attraction to pay a visit to. The Centre has exhibits and information on all sorts of wildlife and plants that can be found in TCI, both on land and in the water.
Both the park and the Environmental Center are within walking distance of the resorts on the western end of Grace Bay Beach (Beaches, Coral Gardens, Turks & Caicos Club, West Bay Club and Wymara/Gansevoort) and a short drive from anywhere else in Grace Bay.