Gold Rock Beach is part of The Lucayan National Park and is protected by the Bahamas National Trust. The beach is located about 25 miles from Freeport and is secluded and spectacular. At low tide, the shoreline of the beach spans for yards into the sea, and it is referred to as Grand Bahama Island's "welcome mat." There are BBQ pits, picnic tables and benches here, but no other amenities. North of the beach (across the street) are the Lucayan Caverns, the world's longest surveyed underground cave system.