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Kiwanis Park

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The Local Fish Fry at Kiwanis Park in Inagua

Kiwanis Park is located in the middle of Matthew Town and backs onto a nice white sand beach with shallow blue-green water. On a clear, calm day, the outline of southern Cuba, located just 45 miles across the Old Bahama Channel, can be seen from the park.

This is the hub of activities in Inagua and the venue for festivals and other community events. During weeknights, the daiquiri stand serves steak, fish, conch snacks, and fritters, in addition to their frozen drinks. The park becomes a "Fish Fry" on weekends, with booths offering fried fish dinners, jerk pork and chicken, with peas and rice, and macaroni and cheese.

The annual Seafood Fest, held in October, features a concert in Kiwanis Park to showcase local talent.

Acessibility Notes

This site is wheelchair friendly, but care should be taken when moving around on the site because it is located next to the sea.

For More Information, Contact:

Wendall (Avvy) Mortimer
Gregory Street, Matthew Town, IN

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

Latitude: 21.065607000
Longitude: -73.323708000
Elevation: 13 FT (4 M)
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