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Cinnamon Bay Campgrounds, St. John

Campers keep the bare sites, tents, and screened shelters of this popular campground full year around. Managed by Caneel Bay, this campground is located on the grounds of the national park and features accommodations near beautiful Cinnamon Bay Beach, St. John’s longest stretch of sand.
Tents (which measure 10' x 14') are outfitted with four cots with bedding, a solid floor, an ice chest, water container, and cooking and eating utensils. Outdoors, a propane stove and lantern, charcoal grill, and picnic table are available.

Cottages (15 x 15 feet) are actually screened shelters with the same features as well as electricity. All accommodations share bathhouses with cool water showers.

The atmosphere is very relaxed, as campers enjoy the Caribbean at their campsite, on the beach, and on daily ranger-led tours of the national park. Don’t be surprised to see a family of wild burros roaming the grounds.

The most family-friendly cottages are units 10A through D, a seashell’s throw from the water. Tent site 21 is the closest to the water, and bare site 24 is best for beach buffs. We hear that you practically have to inherit a reservation to secure these most-popular sites, but give it a try anyway.

Tel. 340/776-6330, Fax 340/776-6458, Toll-free reservations Tel. 800/539-9998

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