- excellent caves and pretty beach
- beautiful views of Hamilton, the harbour, the ocean,...
- Bus #4 stops right near the entrance
- some signs not posted so you can end up walking to a dead-end
- hilly so you need comfortable shoes and harder for strollers
- probably don't want to be there at night
We ventured here one day after having lunch in the city. It's a short drive from Hamilton and you could easily spend 1 hour or many more, depending on how much of an explorer you are that day.
They have a set of caves that are accessible with comfortable shoes and part of the fun is finding them since there is considerable overgrowth is some areas. A bit slippery so a flashlight might be useful too, but once you walk through them, you can come out and go swimming off the northern end of Spanish Point. This spot is also apparently where many locals come to go cliff-jumping so that can be fun to watch in the spring/summer.
Unlike the parks in Hamilton, this is a huge park where you can really feel the wind from the ocean, and enjoy the beach, tennis court, football pitch, hockey rink(!), lots of stone paths that will take you this way and that way...only thing is some of the signs are lacking where they are needed so you might get lost finding your way, although this is a small hiccup in an otherwise great place to spend some time.
We didn't see any place to eat and the bathrooms seemed a bit scarce for the large amount of space it covered, or else I would give this a 5/5.
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