Location: 2 Pomander Road, Paget. Open to the public from dawn to dusk.
Waterville Park, is one of the most accessible places on the island to see mangroves and the rich variety of wildlife that enjoy this habitat.
A dense stand of native Red Mangroves lines the shore. Their intertwined prop roots are an important habitat for juvenile fish. Green Herons and Yellow-crowned Night Herons can usually be seen perched among their branches.
Duck Island, just off the shore, is also part of the property. The island consists of red and black mangroves and is a haven for ducks, herons and other shorebirds.
This Repository Garden showcases Bermuda Mystery Roses and Old Garden Roses that flourish in Bermuda. It was created and is maintained by the Bermuda Rose Society.
The garden was originally established in 1988. It was redesigned to celebrate the Millennium and officially reopened in April 2001.
A statue of the nymph Daphne, who was changed into a laurel tree to escape the advances of the god Apollo, stands in the centre of the rose garden. It is by the American sculptor Barbara Lekberg and was the gift of Kitty Mount.
Mary-Jean Mitchell Green Memorial Garden
The east lawn of Waterville with its gazebo and space for a marquee has been the site of many weddings and other gatherings. Sinuous borders, full of a variety of shrubs and perennials, weave their way around the outside of the lawn.
The garden was created and dedicated in memory of Mary-Jean Mitchell Green, who died in 1990,by her husband Peter Green and sons Alexander and Andrew.