Neverland is a heavily forested island spanning about 20,000 acres formed in a rough crescent shape. The majority of the island is forested, edged mostly by cliff sides that look down on the ocean below. Inside the crescent is the beach, half of which is occupied by the docks and a small village that serves as housing for pirates in port and often home to the loved ones they leave behind while they're voyaging at sea. The waters within the crescent are safe, but the sea surrounding the island are guarded by territorial sirens. A few kilometers away from the island is Skull Rock, a lone cave of unknown origin in the shape of a giant's skull.
The forest takes up the majority of Neverland. It's known for being dangerous, between the territorial Lost Boys and the hostile animals. Both the Peter Pan and Tiger Lily rule in the forest, their two groups always at war with each other over territory and hunting rights.
The space inside the crescent of the island is known as the cove. It is Neverland's only beached area, the sands stretching from one crescent tip to the other, though half that space is occupied by the docks and the small pirate village that serves as the pirates' rest stop when they're at Neverland, and home to some of their less traveled family.