A nature reserve owned and managed by the Bermuda National Trust, it is a 1.25 acre, and wildest part of the Walsingham Nature Reserve, also known as "Tom Moore's Jungle". Lush forests and cave systems combine to makes this area great for exploring, though is not suitable for wheelchairs. Named after a Welsh architect who came to Bermuda and was a senior civil servant here before becoming Public Works Director. The reserve is free of admission and opened from dawn till dusk
The Reserve can be reached by Bus Bus Service Route 1 and Route 3 and includes limited car and cycle parking. Access is from the road leading to Tom Moore's Tavern off Harrington Sound Road in Hamilton Parish. Access may also be gained through Blue Hole Park.