News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Department of Parks is inviting your feedback and suggestions on what amenities, activities and experiences should be offered at Southlands Park. Please visit the Citizen’s Forum at and share your thoughts.

As a result of the Morgan’s Point land swap agreement, the Government of Bermuda acquired Southlands Park, a priceless open space in Warwick with a beach front, quarry gardens, tree collections and unlimited potential.

Southlands consists of 38 acres and is located in Warwick Parish. It is zoned National Park and preserved under the 1986 Bermuda National Parks Act as a ‘Class B- Amenity Park’ protected area.

Southlands Park provides an opportunity to restore a unique area to create a tourism destination and environmental education center for the Island’s residents and visitors to enjoy.

The purpose of this consultation is to gather feedback from the public regarding amenities, activities and experiences that should be offered at Southlands Park.