Paget Marsh and Boardwalk

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This lush and leafy nature reserve, jointly administered by the Bermuda National Trust and Bermuda Audubon Society, is a unique green space of 25 acres of original Bermuda. The peat marsh has remained much the same since before the arrival of the first settlers – covered with a cedar and palmetto forest. It can be accessed by a wooden boardwalk that winds past the pond, mangroves, grasslands and forest. The pond and marsh are home to an array of wildlife, including many species of resident and migratory birds. Interpretive signs present the story of this peat marsh, from how it developed to how it is being preserved today.

Location: Lovers Lane, Paget
Bus Routes: 2, 7, 8
Hours of operation: Dawn till Dusk
Admission is free