is a completely private, 20 plus acre barrier island in the Northern Bahamas with unique, protected lagoon for swimming, thee beautiful white-sand beaches and elevations to 30 feet. The island is located in the Hog Cays, one mile from mainland Abaco or five minutes from the airstrip and full service marina at Spanish cay and centrally located between the top four Abaco sportfishing destinations. (Walker's Cay, Green Turtle Cay, Treasure Cay and Marsh Harbor
DOCKAGE: L. H. C. is the only private island in Northern Abaco with completely protected deep-water dockage. The island is approched from Abaco sound carrying dephts of 12 feet or more at low tide.
LAYOUT: The 1000-foot wide lagoon, situated near the western end of the Island,divides Little Hog Cay into two separate parcels connected by a raised gravel road. The more developed west end is about 1.5 acres with two beautiful, 75 meter white sand beaches, the studio home, beach front guest cabana and power shed. the practically undeveloped east side is a forested parcel of high hammocked, mangrove and high coral ridges, covering approx. 20 acres, including the beautiful 220 meter East Beach of the lagoon. On this side, the island's original master home site with its own 40 by 28 foot concrete cistern/foundation overlooks the Sound, Lagoon and slipway
GETTING TO THE HOG CAY:By private plane to our neighbor Spanish Cay is definitely the quickest way for a visitor to reach the Hog Cay. - about 15 minutes by boat. They have their own customs man there.Spanish Cay is privately owned by Americans and they are very good neighbors. Our guests also fly into Treasure Cay and take a taxi to the bay opposite us and we run across and pick them up at the road, that's a 20 minute taxi ride then 10 minutes by boat. But, when we have no one to pick us up, we usually take a commercial flight into Treasure Cay airport and pick up our skiff at Green Turtle Cay- that's a 40 minutes by boat.