Attractions in Rock Sound

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Rock Sound is a spot in the Bahamas that is frequented by yachters who sail themselves into the marina and spend a few days relaxing on the shore.  Outside of the brightly colored homes and an authentic castle that is set on the island, there isn't much to see here except for palm trees and miles upon miles of seascape.  

Beaches

Plum Creek Beach

You will find a large selection of beaches to choose from in and around the area. Snorkeling is available at some of these beaches, if some members of your party enjoy this relaxing pastime. Click on each beach name for more detail concerning that specific beach.

If you like snorkeling, a beach where that is an option is Northside Beach. The beach is lined with crystal clear water that lets swimmer see the sandy bottom easily. Landside, the beach is free of heavy development, though you will be able to see a few buildings if you look for them.

Another top pick for snorkelers is White Road Beach. While decently close to Rock Sound Airport, car would be the best way to reach hear. However, those accustomed to some lengthy bicycle rides will have no problem reaching the beach.

Whiteland Beach: Whiteland Beach is located right off the road opposite of Charles Bay.

Needless to say, the area is home to a full range of choices for beaches in and around the area. For more details about beaches, see this page.

Historical Sites

Do you like exploring the historical roots of the places you visit? If yes, you might want to visit a historical site while on vacation in Rock Sound.

Historic Sites Near Rock Sound
Name Type Phone Location Island
Tarpum Bay Castle Historical Site -- Tarpum Bay, 6.8 mi. North of Central Rock Sound Eleuthera

Caves

Even though most travelers are attracted by the region's beaches, that isn't the only way to enjoy the area's natural wonders. The one example is Rock Sound cave and ocean hole. It is located in southern Rock Sound.

Land Formations

Another fun idea is to go see some of the more popular naturally occurring land formations. Fully natural attractions like these in Rock Sound can be seen in the following table.

Land Formations In Rock Sound
Name Type Location
Ocean Hole Lake 0.9 mi. South of Central Rock Sound
Red Pond Pond 1.2 mi. Northeast of Central Rock Sound
 

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