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Stroll along shaded paths past woodlands, agricultural fields, an ancient lime kiln and abandoned cottages at Hog Bay Park. This 32-acre open space offers the chance to see a side of Bermuda largely untouched by modern development. The scenic, rural countryside was once three private estates; now it’s home to a network of trails prime for birdwatching. One highlight of the park is the steep coastal hillside that slopes down to Brown's Bay, along the westernmost shoreline of Bermuda. The main trail ends at a small beach, but check the tides beforehand, as the beach is submerged during high tide.

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Ang C | Apr 3, 2018

“Hog Bay”

A lovely nature reserve. Saw lots of parrot fish down in the bay. Only visitors around (beginning of April). Not much of a beach, although this didn't bother us. A great peaceful spot.

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