Government of Bermuda - Parks

Ground Floor, Global House, 43 Church Street, City of Hamilton, Bermuda, HM 12 | Directions
Opening hours
Mo-Fr 8:30am - 5:00pm
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by SHansten 14.10.10
Botanical Gardens I personally think is one of the better parks on the island. Everything is manicured and kept well at all times, which leads to having some of the best events. i.e. moonlight movies. Botanical Garden is also very safe to take evening walks.
  • Located in Hamilton
  • Bermuda’s National Park System
  • Playgrounds
  • Sports Fields
  • Snorkeling Locations
  • Beaches for Swimming
  • Camp Grounds
  • Interpretative & Educational Tour Locations
  • Large Function Locations
  • Lifeguarding

The Department of Parks is a governed by the Bermuda National Parks Act 1986. We are responsible for the maintenance and administration of outdoor recreational spaces on the island.

These areas are maintained in order to protect, enhance and regulate the natural and historic value of each for use by present and future generations, and to derive social and economic benefits. We are also responsible for providing trained and professional lifeguard services at public beaches and producing annual agricultural exhibitions, as well as planning and landscape maintenance. We protect and preserve open spaces and manage cultural and natural resources within Bermuda's national park system.

The Department of Parks is responsible for sports fields, playgrounds, snorkeling locations, camp grounds, playgrounds and much more. Contact us for additional information.