Camping does not get any nicer than this. Nestled beachfront in Virgin Islands National Park, Cinnamon Bay Campground offers you your choice of rudimentary concrete screened cottages, cozy canvas tents or bare sites where your bring your own. The toilets and cool showers are down the path in all cases. Guests ... More
Cinnamon Bay Campground
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Camping does not get any nicer than this. Nestled beachfront in Virgin Islands National Park, Cinnamon Bay Campground offers you your choice of rudimentary concrete screened cottages, cozy canvas tents or bare sites where your bring your own. The toilets and cool showers are down the path in all cases. Guests meet and greet at the T'ree Lizards Restaurant, at the spacious strand of white sandy beach or at park ranger-led hikes and evening programs.
Didnt stay at the campground but went to the beach for the day. The water is amazing. You can go up to your chin and still see your feet. You really dont need snorkle equipment when you can see the fish swim by your feet. Truly amazing.
When I first moved to St John I spent the whole of my second week on island at Cinnamon Bay.There are bare sites and sites with tents that are off the ground and have about two cots in them, they come complete with propane grill,and covered picnic table. Be considerate of your fellow guests, even if you can't always see them, you can hear them. The baresites were clean and could accomodate two or three tents very comfortably. Each one had a picnic table and briquette grill and were very private.( If the thought of mongoose makes you cringe,clean your cooking utensils and put away your food. We had one make itself at home one morning in our frying pan, trying to lick it clean.lol.) We stayed in October and found small tarps and twine to cover your tent for shade and rain protection were helpful. BRING A FLASHLIGHT!!!! Explore and know where all the bathhouses are before nightfall. Its very dark at nite and you don't want to scare other guests when you come stumbling into their site.My friend and I got lost once trying to find the main trail, we walked around for 15 minutes before we found anyone, much less someone with a flashlight. If you are wanting to go to Cruz Bay catch a taxi or hitch a ride early because there is hardly anyone on that stretch of road past 6 or 7. And make sure you get a ride back no later than 1 because otherwise you better find a bench, most taxis quit running around then and if you can convince one to take you back, they hike the price up . I loved my time there it was a lot of fun, next time I am on island, I will definitly make sure I spend a few nights there. Word of advice: If it rains.....go swimming. You're gonna get wet anyway and besides,the water is amazing!
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