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Fowl Cays National Park

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Established in 2009, this 1,346-acre National Park protects a small, but biologically rich stretch of coral reef, sea grass, sandy bottom, and rocky shoreline habitat. It is located between Scotland Cay and Man O’ War Cay in the barrier islands of Great Abaco.

Click here to see the park's boundaries.

Recreational Opportunities

The park has steadily become attractive to scuba divers and is an extremely popular area with locals for boating and snorkeling. It is well known for its reefs and three 25' to 40' dive spots in pristine water.

Seasons Accessible

Year Round

Fees: None

Accessibility Notes

The area is accessible by boat only and might be difficult for persons who are physically challenged or in wheelchairs.

 Pet Friendly Notes

No pets are allowed.

For More Information, Contact:

Mr. David Knowles

General Delivery, Marsh Harbour, NO
(242) 367-6310 · fax (242) 393-4978

Boundaries and names shown do not necessarily reflect the map policy of the National Geographic.

Latitude: 26.355503000
Longitude: -77.148516000
Elevation: 0 FT (0 M)
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