I stayed in tent 31 with two friends in mid-December. We had no neighbors the first 4 nights, but the campground had begun to fill up by our 5th (last) night. We were lucky in many ways. I think the campground could have felt a bit tight if all the tents had been occupied the whole time, but as it was it was very quiet and the surf lulled us to sleep. We also were fortunate to find very few insects, so we could enjoy sitting at the picnic table. I came home with a few bites of unknown origin, but they quickly faded. We had two dinners at the restaurant at the campground and they were excellent. We explored much of the central part of St. John on foot (we didn't rent a car); the trails are well marked, though we did have to walk along the road occasionally to get from one trail to another. Snorkeling was a highlight at each bay we visited. I don't think we could have chosen a better location than Cinnamon Bay for our first trip to St. John.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cinnamon Bay Resort, a Redwood Parks Company, is an authorized concessioner in Virgin Islands National Park. We are honored to serve the role of stewards in this Park. Cinnamon Bay and Trunk Bay are considered two of the prettiest and most pristine public beaches in America. It is our privilege and responsibility to help care for these beaches and the water environment so they can be enjoyed by future generations. Please join us in respecting and protecting this special place. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cinnamon Bay Campground Hotel Virgin Islands National Park
- Cinnamon Bay St. John/Virgin Islands National Park