Camping in the Virgin Islands National Park is restricted on park land in Cinnamon Bay Campground. Accommodations include bare tent sites (26), sites with tent-covered platforms already set up (44), and cottages (40).
Reservations for special tours for schools and other groups are necessary. At least two weeks notice is required. To schedule a special program for a school or other organization contact the Division of Interpretation at: 340-776-6201 ext. 252. Campground reservations in winter months should be made at least four to six months in advance by calling: 340-776-6330. Special permits for large-group use of pavilions and picnic areas are required. Direct all permit queries to 340-776-6201 ext. 244. For More Information on this campground please call 340-776-6330.
For more information on the cottages, see the Lodging Page.
Camping is allowed only at Cinnamon Bay Campground. Fires are permitted only on grills at designated picnic areas.
Feeding marine and terrestrial wildlife is prohibited and may be dangerous to you.
Pets are not allowed on Park beaches, in the campground or in picnic areas, but may be walked, (leashed) on trails.
Glass bottles are not permitted on Park beaches.
Public phones, message center, safe deposit boxes and lockers are located on the campground. A snack bar offers breakfast and lunch daily. A general store carries a variety of grocery items and toiletries. There is also a Beach Shop and a restaurant.
Guests may check in from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm daily. Arrivals prior to 2:00 pm are welcome to use restrooms, shower facilities and the beach. Accommodation assignment is received upon check-in at the registration window. For those arriving after 8:00 pm, assignments are posted outside of the registration window. Rental equipment will not be left in accommodations. Check-out is at 11:00 am daily. Luggage may be left in the office until guests are ready to depart.
Baresites fit one large tent or two smaller tents. A picnic table and charcoal grill are provided. Campers are responsible for their own tent, bedding, towels and cooking utensils. All accommodations are located near central bathhouses, which include lavatories and cool-water showers.
The durable tents are designed to be both comfortable and efficient. Each tent, made of high- quality canvas, is 10 feet by 14 feet with a solid floor. Cots, picnic table, charcoal grill, propane gas stove, ice chest, water container, gas lantern, and cooking and eating utensils are provided. Beds are made on arrival and fresh linens are available twice a week.
Write or call:
Cinnamon Bay Campground
PO Box 720, Cruz Bay
St. John, US Virgin Islands 00831-0720
A 50 percent deposit must be send directly to Cinnamon Bay Campground within 14 days from the booking date. Written notice of cancellation must be received at the campground at least 30 days prior to arrival to receive a full deposit. Cancellations received less than 30 days from the arrival date will be charged an equivalent of three nights of the total accommodations confirmed. If you wish to conclude your stay before scheduled departure, at least two days notice is required in order for you to receive a refund for unused days.
Reservations can be guaranteed with a credit card. Payment must be made in full at time of registration with cash, travelers checks, Visa, MasterCard or American Express. Please no personal checks.
Reservations for all accommodations are accepted no more than 12 months prior to arrival. All rates are subject to change.
|Tents||May - mid Dec / Dec - Apr||$48.00 / $75.00||$15.00|
Daily rates are based on double occupancy, maximum four occupants. Daily rates packages do not include 8% USVI tax on tents. No tax on baresites. Camping limit is 21 days May - Nov and 14 days Dec - Apr. Prices are subject to change.
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