Lind Point Trail
Lind Point Trail
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akgrenier
Warwick, RI45 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023
Visited this trail on 1.15.2023. The lower part of the trail is relatively easy, however, recommend wearing an appropriate shoe for the journey, especially if you plan to explore the upper part of the trail whether you ascend or descend; it is rocky and can be slippery. Encourage hikers to stop at Honeymoon Beach and hang out for a bit; beach, view and water were amazing after the hike. We were able to use the restrooms at the visitor center at the head of the trail after the hike to change out of our bathing suits into dry clothes and spend the remainder of the day in town. Time spent can vary from about an hour if you conquer the whole loop to longer if you taken pictures and visit a beach, noting a hiker can also reach Salomon Beach from this trail as well.
Written January 15, 2023
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Jon M
Columbus, OH111 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Friends
This was a great, easy hike that offers a wonderful overlook of Cruz Bay and access to two beautiful beaches, Salomon and Honeymoon. I highly recommend a day that starts by picking up some sandwiches to pack for lunch from North Shore deli, stopping at the visitor center, and then hiking the Lind Point Trail to Honeymoon for a beach day.

When hiking to Honeymoon, be sure to take the Upper Lind Point trail for access (and photo opportunities) at the Cruz Bay overlook. The hike to Honeymoon felt like less than a mile, and if hiking back after the beach is too much, you can take the short spur trail up to North Shore Road and catch a cab down the hill to Cruz Bay.
Written May 12, 2022
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Stella M
Kitty Hawk, NC14 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
great time , we laughed at ourselves for believing this was an easy trail. maybe we have just lived on coastline of NC for so ling we forgot what a hill is. MORE like a dry river bed. lots of moving rocks easy to roll an ankle if you dont constantly look at your feet. We saw evidence of the donkeys everywhere but no actual donkey sightings. It was fun the big payoff was diving in the water at trail end. Great day and memories ! stella obx nc
Written December 27, 2021
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Kgreene2013
York, ME378 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020 • Couples
We walked the Lind Point Trail twice last week. Once just my wife and I and a couple of days later our son and his girlfriend joined us. Both days the weather was great, and not too hot during the hike to and from Honeymoon beach. The trails were in good shape with a couple of spots with rocks and roots. Honeymoon beach was great both days which made the hike in worth it. Always a nice way to get some exercise and be rewarded with a nice relaxing beach.
Written March 9, 2020
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Stephen M
Downingtown, PA212 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2020
Not a lot of views of the water but when you do have a view, it is great. Also, some nice view of Cruz Bay. We hiked the lower trail so the upper trail may have a better view. It was a fun walk (about 30 minutes) from Honeymoon Beach to Cruz Bay
Written June 19, 2020
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AliBug
Charlotte, NC1,658 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022 • Couples
This was a super fun way to spend a little over an hour in the morning. My husband and I are not hikers. We considered this to be an easy hike. Yeah, you go up some hills, the path is dirt with some rocks and some tree roots. But, it’s soooo well identified with markers. We got to Honeymoon Beach in about 35 minutes. Took a ton of photos there and then made our way back to Solomon Beach. After taking photos there we headed back and got off the trail before the day got too hot. There are some considerable tree coverage along most of the way which is helpful. The total adventure took us 90 minutes and that was taking photos and talking to people. Nice trail.
Written February 18, 2022
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Talia B
Westford, MA20 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
Relaxing hike in the woods with some much-appreciated shade on a very hot day. It went down to Honeymoon and Solomon Beaches, where the water was stunningly turquoise and the views were spectacular. No amenities at the beaches, so pack in and pack out anything you want to use there. There are bathrooms at the trail head at the USVI visitor center.
Written June 15, 2023
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Lori H
Venice, FL157 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
Great trail and easy to navigate about 1.3 miles from the beginning and you can divert off to Soloman beach or on to Honeymoon and spend the day. Definitely was as HOTT as we thought it would be in August so wear a hat and bring water but the views are amazing. You can choose to go the Upper trail (better views) or Lower Trail.
Written August 11, 2020
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Ocean 215
Coopersburg, PA106 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022
This is a great trail hike to honeymoon beach. We started at USVI park office. We parked along the side of the road and hiked down. The trail is rocky and has many roots so wear proper footwear. The trail is uphill on the way back and we were glad we were not in flip flops. Beautiful and mostly shaded. Honeymoon beach was well worth the hike. It was beautiful and not very busy. That being said, we were told there was food and rentals there and they were closed on the day we visited. Pack food and drinks. The view is worth it.
Written July 24, 2022
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VT_Travelerx2
Brattleboro, VT51 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Couples
We started early, parking at the National Park Service office in Cruz Bay. Yes, the trail is rocky, so we wore closed toed shoes. I was glad to have my hiking poles, but they are not necessary. We opted not to carry our snorkel gear or swim, but did bring plenty of water. Right after we turned onto the Upper trail, we were greeted by two sweet donkeys. We definitely did not feed them, but did take a couple of photos. Our first stop was Honeymoon Beach. We chatted with one friendly man from the the Caneel Beach Club who welcomed us and explained that we could buy food and drinks as well as pay for a shuttle ride back up to the road if we liked. The beach was lovely and there were chairs for rent, as well as nice facilities. We opted to hike back to our car via the lower trail, with a stop at Solomon Beach. This beach was smaller, but lovely. The roundtrip, taking our time and with stops at the beaches, probably took us 1 1/2 hours.
Written April 29, 2023
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