Cooper's Island Nature Reserve is part of Bermuda's National Park System. This 12-acre area is filled with trails and enchanting woodland scenery. Many people come to enjoy exploring the grounds or to picnic with friends and family.
As one of Bermuda's most picturesque natural areas, it's definitely a destination to add to your itinerary if you love peaceful scenic settings. Within the woodland area is a salt marsh that is home to herons, kingfishers, and other birds that many visitors look forward to seeing. If you love nature, this is a must-visit attraction.
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