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Situated in the unspoiled island refuge, Virgin Islands National Park, this beach offers a variety of water sports from snorkeling and kayaking to sailing and windsurfing, plus a popular beachfront cottage and campsite complex.
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North Shore Road, Virgin Islands National Park 00830, St. John
Snorkel around the cay for dramatic seascapes and interesting marine life. We saw a gorgeous pair of gray angelfish and my first ever pair of queen angelfish, which were so brilliantly colored that they looked fake!
This remains a beautiful slice of St. John to visit. You can imagine the building structures, what it took to build them, what it took to destroy them and what it will take to rebuild. The water is beautiful. The hiking above Cinnamon Bay offers...More
This is our first time back since the Canes hit. It’s our home away from home go to to decompress, enjoy local friends and just exhale. The beach and water is stunning as always! The park is unfortunately still suffering but the Volunteers Friends of...More
Park has portapots for facilities, no services, everything waiting on funding, and return of employees.
No running water, good parking, walk to the beach from the parking lot, no fresh water, buildings all damaged and closed, no food or beer trucks, bring all your own...More
We just visited St. John last week & stopped at Cinnamon Bay our last day for a quick stop wrapping up - we're sad we didn't stop sooner! the sand was the best we had been on all week after stopping at multiple other bay's...More
All St John north shore beaches are gorgeous and this one is no exception. Plenty of parking, however, it appears since the hurricanes, the facilities at this location remain closed at this time. We just visited the beach and did not snorkel here or stay...More
One of the bigger but less busy beaches. No tiki bar or food truck service. Make sure you pack everything you need. Views are spectacular, white powdery beaches. Was a little choppy the day we were there, but it’s usually very calm.