Parks & Open Spaces

Provost Park

Saint Lucia / Americas

Provost Park was named after Brigadier-General Sir George Prévost (1767-1816), Lieutenant Governor of Saint Lucia from 1798 to 1802.  He dealt with the French in a conciliatory manner, helped by his knowledge of their language and for this, he was created a baronet.  The area was used as a lookout point over Castries Harbour, the Vigie Peninsular, Rat and Pigeon Island and in days gone by a few men would be stationed there with muskets.  It has lately been designated as the site for the National Heros Park.

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