The Bight Beach is a truly stunning stretch of coastline, and the Children’s Park access is the largest and best beach access on Providenciales, with plenty of parking. You will find a perfect wide beach with perfect sand and clear water here. Small reefs, stingrays, and turtles can be seen a short distance out in the sea grass.
Be cautious of reckless power boating in the area. Because the coast is usually protected from the common eastern trade winds, the water here is usually calm and clear. In contrast to Grace Bay Beach, lush sea grass begins to grow on the ocean floor about 75 feet (23 meters) off the beach, which is home to a variety of sea life, including stingrays, eagle rays, starfish, hawksbill turtles, and nurse sharks. The sand at Bight Beach is clean and a brilliant white, as is typical of Turks and Caicos beaches.