Cinnamon Bay Sunset

Cinnamon Bay Sunset
Cinnamon Bay Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches you'll ever find. It is within the Virgin Islands National Park and is the longest beach on St. John. The campground is managed by the U.S. National Parks Service and offers an affordable means for everyone to visit St. John.

Hiking Trails

The Cinnamon Bay Trail and the Cinnamon Bay Loop Trail both originate at the Cinnamon Bay Campground.

Cinnamon Bay Loop Trail (1/2 mile) is a well marked trail in the shade, which passes through the ruins of a historic sugar factory. You'll see native tropical trees and enjoy plenty of shade. Find the trail 75 yards east of the entrance road to Cinnamon Bay Campground.

Cinnamon Bay Trail (1.1 miles) 25 yards further east you'll find the entrance to this forested trail that follows an old Danish plantation road uphill to its junction with Centerline Road.

For more hiking trails on St. John, visit the Virgin Island National Park web site, www.nps.gov/viis/


National Park Service Guided Cinnamon Bay Nature Walks



Cinnamon Bay
Culture Walk
Date: Every Tuesday
Weekly from 12/22/2009
to 12/28/2010

Time:
9:30 - 10:30 am
Location:

Cinnamon Bay Beach
Warehouse
Details:
he program will introduce
you to the names and uses
of many local plants. You will
also hear of the cultural history
(Pre-Columbian to post-
emancipation) of the area,
and a little of the island of
St. John overall.



Drive on the Left

Yes, St. John is a U.S. Virgin Island, however, they drive on the left, so be careful when renting a car. The gorgeous scenery can be distracting, and the roads are narrow and windy. That being said, it is very convenient to have a car on the island for a few days to explore the far reaches of the eastern (dry) side. Taxis are plentiful and hitchhiking is common.

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