Discover the miles of pristine natural coastline, beaches, snorkeling, hiking, jet skiing, state parks, and boating in St. Croix.

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St. Croix Heritage Trail

Recently named one of the 50 U.S. Millennium Legacy Trails, this 72-mile-long scenic route features architectural ruins of the 18th and 19th centuries. The St. Croix Heritage Trail traverses the entire 28 mile length of St. Croix, linking the historic … Continued

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Sprat Hall

St. Croix island’s oldest sugar cane plantation.

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Salt River Bay National Historic Park & Ecological Preserve

Dedicated in 1993, this national ecological preserve and park features a submarine canyon, the largest remaining mangrove forest in the U.S.V.I. and objects of cultural significance, such as a prehistoric ceremonial hall and burial site. (And this preserve is just … Continued

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Shoys Beach

Lovely secluded crescent beach with golden sand you can sink your feet into. Sit in the sun or under the shady bushes that line the shore. Bring a tube to relax and cool down in the calm, turquoise waters. There … Continued

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Point Udall

Eastern most point in the United States.

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Cramer Park

Family friendly beach spot with bathroom facilities, outdoor showers, changing rooms, ample parking and picnic tables. The beach is lined with shady spots to escape the sun. Bring your beach chair, water tubes and sun bathe while enjoying the unobstructed … Continued

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Estate Whim Plantation Museum

Easily accessible to the public by car or taxi. Look for markers and signage on Centerline Road, there is ample parking available. The Danes kept very detailed records of their Virgin Island sugar plantations. Whim Plantation is the most well … Continued

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Sprat Hall Beach

Long beach, north of Rainbow Beach, that is great for surfing, swimming and snorkeling. Pick up seashells or enjoy a long walk down the mile stretch of sand.

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Isaac’s Bay Beach

Take a wonderful hike down to one of St. Croix’s best beaches. Park in the parking area just before Point Udall on Point Udall road and you will see a little hiking path to lead you onto your secluded beach … Continued

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Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge

Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge has a great beach only open on weekends and owned by the National Park. Beautiful beach to go lay out and swim, only open on the weekends. Also great for long beach walks. You can … Continued

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Split Cove Beach

Secluded private beach just a short, easy walk down from a pull off/parking area off the road to Point Udall. ┬áThe path down to the radiant turquoise waters is marked by a small blue surf board. Make sure to wear … Continued