Gold Rock Beach


Gold Rock BeachExtremely beautiful white sands with crystal clear waters rushing to the shores, Gold Rock Beach is an outstandingly amazing beach that is naturally exciting to visit. Located easterly on Grand Bahama Island, Gold Rock Beach is about 25 miles from Freeport as it sits in the amazing Lucayan National Park. It is a secluded beach that has wonderful facilities for picnics and gets crowded on weekend, when the locals come out to have fun.

Gold Rock Beach caters to all types of travelers who seeks some alone time with each other, away from the buzzing resort areas. Regarded as the best natural beach on Grand Bahama, its white sands and clear turquoise water lures you to bask in this Caribbean aquatic experience that you are longing for. Spend a day at Gold Rock Beach, Grand Bahama to enjoy the views of the low tides, and when the tide recedes, you and your kids can collect the beautiful conchs and other seashells that remain.

Gold Rock Beach is the central point for many island adventures in Freeport, as the beach blends nicely with the Lucayan National Park acres of beautiful ecosystems and caves. Wander to the tidal creek to see the thickly populated with mangroves, where you can explore the surrounding on an exciting kayak tour.

After your tour, walk along the wooden boardwalk that leads to a spectacular strand to view the rare stretch of coastlines for miles, in both directions without a single infrastructure insight. Definitely worth your time, Gold Rock Beach is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

For the more adventures walk across the road to the Lucayan Caverns, which is one of the world’s longest underground cave systems. There is an admission charge to enter Gold Rock Beach, check with Rand Nature Center or at Smitty's One Stop for cost.