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Queen Elizabeth II Park

Tortola, British Virgin Islands

History

This park has evolved from a small seaside garden to two distinct multi-use areas, with recreational facilities for children and adults. The Children’s playground on the western end was developed in 1993 in collaboration with the Lions Club and other volunteers. It is suitable for use by children up to age ten and is outfitted with swings, slides and monkey bars.  The main lawn on the eastern end is surrounded by collections of seaside plants, with a central gazebo providing a tranquil location for a picnic, wedding or a quiet afternoon watching the boats in Road Harbour. The park can be reserved for parties and special functions.

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Park Information

Established: 1974

Area: 0.7 acres

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