Lacayan National Park

Below ground at Lacayan National Park lies one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world. Over six miles of caves and tunnels have been charted, and there is still work left to do. Guests spend time above ground, however, browsing exhibits that touch on every vegetative zone found in the Bahamas.


Lacayan National Park lies on Grand Bahama Island, 2.2 miles east of Freetown; it's 16.1 miles to the east-northeast of Port Lucaya.

Nearby Restaurants

The area surrounding the nature preserve isn't exactly well-known for its diversity of meal options, but tourists willing to explore just might come across a location to eat a dish or two. The most proximate place to eat to Lacayan National Park is Bishop's Beach Club & Bar, which serves Caribbean dishes.

Nearby Attractions

Travelers who enjoy nature preserves, and have the energy to view some others, might consider seeing Patterson Cay and Peterson Cay National Park; the first and closest of which is eight and a half miles to the west-southwest of Lacayan National Park. Other local attractions include Garden of the Groves, which is 11 and a half miles away Garden of the Groves. You might also want to think about checking out Grand Bahama Labyrinth, which is another attraction in the area.

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Location: Village Road , Grand Bahama Island


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