Clifton Heritage National Park is separately ran and developed by The Clifton Heritage Authority, established by an act of The Bahamian Parliament in 2004. We are charged with the protection, and enhancement with this portion of our national treasure for our people today, and for generations to come.
This 208 acre landmark has been accessible to the public since 2009, as a historic, ecological, and leisurely public space, ever developing to fulfill and overachieve its purpose. Find out how you can support our efforts, with your patronage, or voluntarism.
Explore The Bahamas' largest historic, ecological and leisure park