It’s difficult to imagine that in an overdeveloped island like Bermuda, there is still an unspoiled 32 acres of rural land area like Hog Bay Park. It reflects the way Bermuda used to be before the housing boom started in the island in 1960s. Hog Bay Park, which is one of the newer National Parks of Bermuda, is a stretch of rural land which is mostly undeveloped. You won’t see habitation, roads or hear any noise as you enter the park area. The park is located at the southern part of Sandy’s Parish. On the west of Hog Bay park is the coastline, on the east it is bounded by the Middle Road. There is a car park just off the middle road where there is an entrance to the park.There are many network of trails that go around the park. It is best to keep to the trails as there are poison Ivy (some poisonous trees) that are quite common in the park. Hog Bay Park is on Bus Route #7. There is an entrance and also a car park off the Middle road in Sandy’s parish. The park is open daily and admission is free.